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Premier League Darts 2019 Odds

Who wins the Premier League Darts 2019?

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    Highest
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Lowest
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Alan Norris1.001.00
Benito Van De Pas1.001.00
Cameron Menzies1.001.00
Chris Dobey1.001.00
Cristo Reyes1.001.00
Jamie Hughes1.001.00
Jamie Lewis1.001.00
Jan Dekker1.001.00
Jelle Klaasen1.001.00
Jermaine Wattimena1.001.00
John Henderson1.001.00
John Part1.001.00
Luke Humphries1.001.00
Robert Owen1.001.00
Robert Thornton1.001.00
Ron Meulenkamp1.001.00
Steve Beaton1.001.00
Steve Lennon1.001.00
Terry Jenkins1.001.00
Vincent Van Der Voort1.001.00
Michael Van Gerwen1.801.80
Gary Anderson7.007.00
Peter Wright12.0012.00
Rob Cross12.0012.00
Michael Smith15.0015.00
James Wade26.0026.00
Mensur Suljovic26.0026.00
Raymond Van Barneveld34.0034.00
Daryl Gurney41.0041.00
Gerwyn Price51.0051.00
Max Hopp81.0081.00
Simon Whitlock81.0081.00
Corey Cadby101.00101.00
Jeffrey De Zwaan101.00101.00
Kyle Anderson101.00101.00
Adrian Lewis126.00126.00
Dave Chisnall151.00151.00
Dimitri Van Den Bergh151.00151.00
Ian White151.00151.00
Joe Cullen151.00151.00
Jonny Clayton201.00201.00
Stephen Bunting251.00251.00
Steve West251.00251.00
Darren Webster301.00301.00
James Wilson301.00301.00
Danny Noppert501.00501.00
Kim Huybrechts501.00501.00
Krzysztof Ratajski501.00501.00
Martin Schindler501.00501.00

Premier League Darts 2019

Premier League Darts is arguably the biggest professional darts tournament on the planet. The World Championship is without doubt the biggest one-off event and the one every player wants to win.  However, the Premier League is the one which shows the player who has played most consistently over a period of time.

The first Premier League Darts competition was organised by the Professional Darts Corporation and took place in 2005, played over the course of two weeks.  The competition has developed since then and now the Premier League is played between the months of February and May with venues across the United Kingdom and Europe.

The prize money for Premier League Darts is now over £800,000 and the top four of the PDC Order of Merit following the World Championship are joined by six wildcards.  The winner of the 2018 tournament, which was the first in the history of the event not to feature Phil Taylor, was Michael van Gerwen.

It was the fourth time Van Gerwen won the Premier League and he will be the favourite going into the Premier League Darts 2019.  The Dutchman has won each of the last three Premier League Darts events and even if ‘Mighty Mike’ was to suffer a disappointing World Championship, he would remain the favourite to win the 2019 Premier League Darts.

The last player to win the Premier League Darts other than Michael van Gerwen was Gary Anderson in 2015.  Anderson defeated Van Gerwen in the final to lift the trophy for the second time in his career.  The Scot, along with Raymond van Barneveld and Van Gerwen, could be the only three players in the Premier League Darts 2019 who have previously won the tournament.

The 2018 world champion, Rob Cross, reached the semi-final of the Premier League last season and will be keen to go one better in 2019.  Cross had the pressure of playing as the world champion in 2018.  Starting a new year may see ‘Voltage’ come back with an even stronger performance, which would make him a leading contender to win the competition.

Peter Wright was disappointed to be eliminated at the group stage in 2018 but has played well for much of the year.  A good World Championship could see Wright enter the Premier League of Darts full of confidence and that’s when ‘Snake Bite’ is at his best.  Wright reached the final in 2017 only to lose 11-10 to Van Gerwen in a great final and the Scot will be keen to get back to the showpiece occasion in 2019 and lift the title.

Other players who could be involved in the Premier League Darts 2019 include Mensur Suljovic and Michael Smith.  Suljovic has enjoyed a good 2018, winning the German Darts Masters and Danish Darts Open while Smith claimed the Shanghai Darts Masters.

Both players are capable of beating the best on their day and could reach the latter stages of the Premier League Darts 2019.  However, as is the case with many PDC darts events, the favourite has to be defending champion, Michael van Gerwen.