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Premier League Darts Betting Tips: Can Wright bounce back against Aspinall?

| 05.03.2020

Odds and preview for the Week 5 action

We’re set for another evening of thrilling arrows tonight as Premier League Darts heads south to Exeter.

Peter Wright is looking to bounce back from a disappointing defeat but he faces a tough test against Nathan Aspinall.

Meanwhile, Gerwyn Price is aiming to continue his undefeated streak as he goes toe-to-toe with Glen Durrant.

Tonight’s schedule also includes Michael Smith taking on table-topper Michael van Gerwen and we’ve got all the key odds ahead of the action…

Nathan Aspinall v Peter Wright

Aspinall is flying high in the table, level on points with leader Van Gerwen after beating Durrant in Dublin last week.

The 28-year-old is 15/8 to record his fourth win of the season but despite Wright winning just once so far, our traders have him slight favourite at 11/10.

Wright hasn’t quite found his rhythm this year and he was thrashed 7-1 by Gerwyn Price last week but things could change tonight and he’s going at 2/1 to win and have the most 180s.

Gerwyn Price v Glen Durrant

Price opened the season with three consecutive draws but he finally got off the mark last week with a convincing win over Wright.

Our traders have the Welshman priced at 4/5 and he’s the clear favourite, with Durrant going at 12/5 despite being level on points with tonight’s opponent.

With our odds predicting Price to stroll to victory, he’s priced at 6/5 with a -2.5 Handicap.

Michael Smith v Michael van Gerwen

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Smith is the man to beat after hitting a nine-dart finish in last week’s 7-5 win over Daryl Gurney.

But he comes up against Van Gerwen, who is expected to record his fourth win of the season at 4/7.

Smith is priced at 10/3, while you can get him to hit the highest checkout and lose the game at 3/1.

View the latest Premier League Darts odds.

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.



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