Premier League Darts Predictions & Betting Tips For Night 14 In Sheffield | Thursday 12th May
Premier League Darts returns on Thursday for Night 14 in Sheffield and we have have predictions and betting tips available right now!
Former World Darts Champion and Sky Sports analyst Mark Webster has spoken to BoyleSports’ Sarah Kinsella this week to run the rule over another anticipated night of action in the Premier League as it moves to Sheffield to crown the fourteenth nightly winner.
— BoyleSports (@BoyleSports) May 11, 2022
The darts pro is predicting five-time Premier League champion Michael van Gerwen to have an epic night in Sheffield and has tipped the Dutchman up at 11/4 to win night 14.
“Awaiting James Wade* will be the winner of Gary Anderson v Gerwyn Price. I think this will be a close match too. Gary was good last week in patches and Gerwyn has been inconsistent and didn’t have a great Euro Tour at the weekend.”
“The Iceman has to fire it soon and this could be the night as he is running out of time if he wants to make the play-offs. I think he will edge out Anderson. There is obviously history between these players, but I think it’s long gone now and they always produce when they play each other.”
“Gezzy needs a kick start here to move on for the year and I think he beats Gary to set up a semi-final with James Wade*.”
“The third quarter-final is between Michael van Gerwen and Peter Wright and I can’t look beyond MVG. I think Michael has been the biggest beneficiary of this new format. He has been winning events and although they have been little events, it’s a massive thing to just get winning again.”
“It has led to his 35th European Tour title win and his 3rd title this year. He is back winning and he will fancy winning the Premier League. Peter Wright is just not at it at the minute and has been very indecisive about his equipment again, so I think MVG will win this contest and run away with it.”
“He has already beaten the Snakebite a few times in this competition so I can see that trend continuing.”
“The last quarter-final sees Michael Smith take on Jonny Clayton and I have been impressed with the Bully Boy in this Premier League. He just hasn’t managed to click everything into gear on the same night, but when he does we know what he can do, as we saw last week.”
“Jonny is riding the crest of the wave. He tops the Premier League and is already into the play-offs, so he has a nice cushion. He goes up on that stage and is smiling and he enjoys it, he feels relaxed up there. I think he beats Smith and sets up yet another match with MVG.”
“I think Gerwyn Price will beat James Wade* and make the final where he will face MVG. I’m expecting something from the Iceman sooner rather than later. He will be up against it as he will be against the darts, but I think he can get to the final and get himself in the mix, it’s much needed.”
“From there I can’t see anything other than a Michael van Gerwen win. I think he will beat Jonny in the semi-finals and goes on to beat Gezzy in the final.”
*We await confirmation whether James Wade will participate in Sheffield due to medical issues.
Charity Bet for Parkinson’s UK
🎯 💰 Who's your £200 charity bet going on for Night 14 of Premier League Darts, @Webby180? 👇
— BoyleSports (@BoyleSports) May 11, 2022
BoyleSports have offered Webster a £200 charity bet for every week of the Premier League. He has chosen Michael van Gerwen to win Night 14 with proceeds going to Parkinson’s UK. There is already £1,300 in the kitty, so hopefully more can be added on Thursday evening.
More About The Author:
Mark Webster is a darts professional who was a mainstay of the circuit between 2005-2020.
Starting out in the BDO, he went on to be crowned the third Welsh World Champion in the organisation when he beat Simon Whitlock in the 2008 final at the Lakeside.
Webster went on to have a distinguished career in the PDC, twice reaching the semi-finals of the World Championships including a run in 2011 in which he knocked out 16-time World Champion Phil Taylor, earning himself a spot in the prestigious Premier League.
He now works as an analyst and commentator for Sky Sports.