The fourth week of the Premier League Darts took place in Glasgowon Thursday night and it saw current tournament favourite Michael van Gerwen suffer a defeat to fellow countryman Raymond van Barneveld.
As a result van Gerwen has been eased back out to 5/4 from 11/10 to retain the title whilst Phil Taylor who recorded his first win in the 2014 tournament has now shortened into 11/4 from 4/1 to win a seventh Premier League Darts title.
Peter Wright who is making his debut in the tournament remains unbeaten and currently tops the table following a 7-1 victory over Adrian Lewis. As a result Wright has shortened into 8/1 from 12/1 whilst Lewis has drifted out to 5/1 from 10/3 to win the tournament.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Peter Wright continues his excellent run of form in the Premier League and he has started to attract support at 8/1 following his 7-1 win over Adrian Lewis.”
He added “Michael van Gerwen poses as our biggest Antepost liability but has drifted out to 5/4 from 11/10 as a result of his 5-7 defeat to van Barneveld on Thursday night.”