Premier League Darts Predictions & Tips For Night 8 In Birmingham | Thursday 31st March
Premier League Darts returns for Night 8 in Birmingham and here we have predictions and betting tips from Mark Webster ahead of the action.
Below, he offers his expert views on the matches from the Utilita Area, plus his price boost selection of the night.
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🎯 Premier League Darts Night 8 comes from Birmingham on Thursday! Who's going watch at the @UtilitaArenaBHM?
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Webster is predicting Michael van Gerwen and Gerwyn Price to win the opening quarter-finals with those odds boosted to 11/8 from 11/10.
Michael van Gerwen v James Wade
“Looking ahead to night eight in Birmingham and kicking things off are Michael van Gerwen and James Wade. Michael van Gerwen has won a couple of nights now and was runner-up last week to Joe Cullen. I was impressed with how he won on the Pro Tour last weekend and I think he will get by James Wade in the first quarter-final of the night.”
Joe Cullen v Gerwyn Price
“Awaiting Michael will be the winner of Joe Cullen v Gerwyn Price. As impressed as I was with Cullen last week, I was even more impressed with Gerwyn Price winning a Pro Tour despite an injury to his hand. I think he will just about get by Cullen here as I expect it to be close, but Gezzy to win in perhaps a last leg decider.”
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Peter Wright v Gary Anderson
“The third quarter-final is an all-Scottish affair with Peter Wright and Gary Anderson going head-to-head yet again. Anderson is in much better form and was unlucky last week against Joe Cullen and let the game slip. I don’t see him letting this one slip and I can see Gary getting past Wright here and making it through to the semi-finals.”
Jonny Clayton v Michael Smith
“The last quarter-final sees Jonny Clayton take on Michael Smith. It’s an indifferent Clayton against a much-improved Smith, despite that UK Open heartbreak. Smith has been in pretty good form and I think the Bully Boy will beat the Ferret and make the semi-finals.”
I think Gerwyn Price will win the final with 7/2 available at BoyleSports.
⏫ NOW 3/1 ⏫
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Charity Bet for Parkinson’s UK
BoyleSports have offered Webster a £200 charity bet for every week of the Premier League. He has chosen Michael Smith to win his quarter-final match with a FULL HOUSE against Jonny Clayton with proceeds going to Parkinson’s UK. It was 5/2, but it has been boosted to 3/1.
🎯 Full House Price Boost for the opening match of Premier League Darts tonight…
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FULL HOUSE PRICE BOOSTS
Michael van Gerwen WAS 13/8 NOW 15/8
James Wade WAS 7/1 NOW 8/1
Joe Cullen WAS 10/3 NOW 4/1
Gerwyn Price WAS 10/3 NOW 4/1
Peter Wright WAS 7/4 NOW 2/1
Gary Anderson WAS 4/1 NOW 5/1
Michael Smith WAS 5/2 NOW 3/1
Jonny Clayton WAS 3/1 NOW 7/2
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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.