Premier League Darts Betting Guide

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Explore our comprehensive Premier League Darts Betting Guide for expert insights. Dive into player analysis, schedule details, and strategic betting advice.

Premier League Darts Betting Guide
Matthew Edgar Darts Editor and WDF Professional

Former PDC Darts Professional, SkySports Darts Commentator and YouTuber with 6 tournament wins under his belt including the Iceland Open in 2023

Premier League Darts Betting Guide Information

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How can I bet on the Darts ?

If you are a rookie when it comes to darts betting then take a look at our darts betting guide which has useful information to help before you start placing your darts bets. Our best bookie for darts article contains the latest bookmaker promotions and offers which may help maximise your darts betting experience. There are numerous darts markets to bet on, Match Winner, Set Score, Total 180's, Most 180's, nine dart finish and many more.

Who will win the Premier League Darts tournament ?

The 2024 PDC World Darts Champion Luke Humphries and losing finalist Luke Littler make their Premier League debut in 2024, both will be looking to continue their great form the World Championship. OLBG's darts tipsters provide analysis and predictions on the Premier League Darts winner market, plus weekly selections throughout the Premier League Darts tournament so be sure to check out the Premier League Darts tips before placing your darts wagers.

Is the Premier League Darts tournament Live on TV ?

The Premier League Darts tournament is shown live every Thursday evening on Sky Sports in the UK.

What is the prize money for the Premier League Darts ?

The total prize fund for the Premier League Darts tournament in 2024 is £1 million and is sponsored by BetMGM for the first time.

Premier League Darts Preview

When is the 2024 Premier League Darts Tournament ?

The 2024 Premier League Darts Tournament starts on Thursday 1st February in Cardiff and concludes with the Play-Offs evening at the O2 in London on Thursday 23rd May 2024.

Who are the favourites to win the Premier League Darts tournament ?

The 2024 PDC World Darts Champion Luke Humphries heads the BetMGM Premier League Darts ante post betting, losing World Championship finalist Luke Littler also makes his Premier League debut in 2024 and is fancied to make an impact along with the defending Premier League Darts champion Michael van Gerwen. 

Premier League Darts 2024 12 Apr @ 15:18 - Win Tournament
Luke Humphries 2.75
Luke Littler 3.75
Michael van Gerwen 4.33
Nathan Aspinall 13.00
Michael Smith 15.00
Gerwyn Price 21.00
Rob Cross 34.00
Peter Wright 251.00

Check out the OLBG Best Darts Tipsters page nearer to the Premier League darts starting to see who the most profitable darts tipsters fancy to win the 2024 Premier League Darts tournament.

Premier League Darts Format & Schedule

Format

How does the Premier League Darts tournament work ?

The new Premier League Darts format introduced in 2022 continues for this year. The Premier League Darts Tournament features 8 of the world's top darts players. There is a weekly winner in a knockout format with ranking points awarded and the top four players at the end of the regular season will proceed to Play Offs Night.

These are the 8 players participating in the 2024 Premier League Darts tournament:

PlayerPremier League TitlesPlayerPremier League Titles
Michael van Gerwen6Luke Humphries0
Gerwyn Price0Nathan Aspinall0
Michael Smith0Rob Cross0
Peter Wright0Luke Littler0

Weeks 1 to 7

  • Players will meet each other once per week in a knockout format starting with Quarter Finals, then Semi Finals and a Final to determine the weekly winner who wins a £10,000 bonus.
  • Winner = 5 ranking points, Runner Up = 3 points, Semi Finalists = 2 points.
  • Matches = best of 11 legs.

Week 8

  • The Quarter Final draw will be based on the Premier League standings after Week 7.
  • Winner = 5 points, Runner Up = 3 points, Semi Finalists = 2 points.
  • Matches = best of 11 legs

Weeks 9 to 15

  • Players will meet each other once per week in a knockout format starting with Quarter Finals, then Semi Finals and a Final to determine the weekly winner who wins a £10,000 bonus.
  • Winner = 5 points, Runner Up = 3 points, Semi Finalists = 2 points.
  • Matches = best of 11 legs.

Week 16

  • The Quarter Final draw will be based on the Premier League standings after Week 15.
  • Winner = 5 points, Runner Up = 3 points, Semi Finalists = 2 points.
  • Matches = best of 11 legs

Play Offs Night

The top four players finishing the regular season with the most ranking points will contest Play Offs Night. Format to be confirmed.

2024 Arena Schedule

  • Night 1: Thursday 1st February, Utilita Arena, Cardiff
  • Night 2: Thursday 8th February, Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin
  • Night 3: Thursday 15th February, OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • Night 4: Thursday 22nd February, Utilita Arena, Newcastle
  • Night 5: Thursday 29th February, Westpoint Arena, Exeter
  • Night 6: Thursday 7th March, Brighton Centre
  • Night 7: Thursday 14th March, Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • Night 8: Thursday 21st March, 3Arena, Dublin
  • Night 9: Thursday 28th March, SSE Arena, Belfast
  • Night10: Thursday 4th April, AO Arena, Manchester
  • Night 11: Thursday 11th April, Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • Night 12: Thursday 18th April, Rotterdam Ahoy
  • Night 13: Thursday 25th April, M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
  • Night 14: Thursday 2nd May, P&J Live, Aberdeen
  • Night 15: Thursday 9th May, First Direct Arena, Leeds
  • Night 16: Thursday 16th May, Utilita Arena, Sheffield
  • Play-Offs Night: Thursday 23rd May, The O2, London

 For the latest news on the 2024 Premier League Darts head over to the official PDC website.

2024 Premier League Darts Results Table

Here's the 2024 Premier League Darts Table:

RankPlayerPointsScoring Average
1stLuke Littler2399.68
2ndLuke Humphries22102.31
3rdNathan Aspinall1895.79
4thMichael van Gerwen1798.89
5thMichael Smith1596.84
6thRob Cross1197.19
7thGerwyn Price1099.30
8thPeter Wright494.60

*The top 4 players highlighted in bold qualified for Play Offs night.

Here are the weekly winners and final scores:


WinnerScoreRunner up
Week 1Michael Smith6 - 2Gerwyn Price
Week 2Michael van Gerwen6 - 5Luke Littler
Week 3Michael van Gerwen6 - 5Luke Humphries
Week 4Michael van Gerwen6 - 4Nathan Aspinall
Week 5Nathan Aspinall6 - 2Rob Cross
Week 6Luke Humphries6 - 3Michael Smith
Week 7Luke Humphries6 - 3Nathan Aspinall
Week 8 Luke Humphries6 - 2Michael Smith
Week 9Luke Littler6 - 4Nathan Aspinall
Week 10Luke Littler6 - 3Gerwyn Price
Week 11


Week 12


Week 13


Week 14


Week 15


Week 16


2024 Premier League Darts Statistics

Here's a table showing the most 180's thrown by a player on a night, total 180's thrown and best three dart average:

Best Nightly 3 dart average100.84 (Week 7)
Best Nightly 180 Total50 (Week 3 & 4)
Most 180's15 - Michael Smith (W6)

2024 Premier League Play Offs

Semi Finals (best of 19 legs):







Final (best of 21 legs):





Premier League Darts Last 10 Winners

Who won the 2023 Premier League Darts tournament ?

Michael van Gerwen beat Gerwyn Price 11-5 in the Premier League Darts final at the O2 Arena in London to secure a record breaking 7th Premier League title.

Premier League Darts Last 10 Winners

YearWinnerScoreRunner Up
2023Michael van Gerwen11-5Gerwyn Price
2022Michael van Gerwen11-10Joe Cullen
2021Jonny Clayton11-5Jose de Sousa
2020Glen Durrant11-8Nathan Aspinall
2019Michael van Gerwen11-5Rob Cross
2018Michael van Gerwen11-4Michael Smith
2017Michael van Gerwen11-10Peter Wright
2016Michael van Gerwen11-3Phil Taylor
2015Gary Anderson11-7Michael van Gerwen
2014Raymond van Barneveld10-6Michael van Gerwen

Premier League Darts Statistics & Records

Most Premier League Darts Finals

  • 14 - Raymond van Barneveld

Most Premier League Darts Titles

  • 7 - Michael van Gerwen

Nine Dart Finishes

  • Raymond van Barneveld (v Peter Manley) 2006
  • Raymond van Barneveld (v Terry Jenkins) 2010
  • Phil Taylor (v James Wade) 2010
  • Phil Taylor (v Kevin Painter) 2012
  • Simon Whitlock (v Andy Hamilton) 2012
  • Adrian Lewis (v James Wade) 2016
  • Adrian Lewis (v Raymond van Barneveld) 2017
  • Michael Smith (v Daryl Gurney) 2020
  • Peter Wright (v Daryl Gurney) 2020
  • Jonny Clayton (v Jose de Sousa) 2021
  • Jose de Sousa (v Nathan Aspinall) 2021
  • Gerwyn Price (v Michael van Gerwen) 2022
  • Gerwyn Price (v James Wade) 2022

Highest Tournament Three Dart Average

  • 107.48 - Michael van Gerwen (2016)

Highest Match Three Dart Average

  • 123.40 - Michael van Gerwen (v Michael Smith) 2016

Highest 'Final' Three Dart Average 

  • 112.37 - Michael van Gerwen (v Michael Smith) 2018

Highest Match Losing Three Dart Average

  • 115.80 - Phil Taylor (v Raymond van Barneveld) 2015

Author and Contributor Information

Matthew Edgar

OLBG Sponsored Darts Professional

Matthew Edgar, born on August 28, 1986, is an English professional darts player currently targeting the WDF World championships at Lakeside in December 2024 and commentating on Darts for Sky Sports. Known for his practice sessions with former world championship runner-up Kevin Painter, Edgar began his sports career as a coach for Northampton Town before shifting to darts. Prior to his darts career, he trained in mixed martial arts and was a professional wrestler. Edgar also hosts a dedicated darts YouTube channel, "Edgar TV," where he interacts with followers and shares his professional competition experiences.

Follow Matthew as he targets Lakeside and the WDF World Championships in December 2024.

- Matthew Edgar, Darts editor and wdf professional

James Banting

Content Editor / Fact Checker

James is one of OLBG's in-house sports betting specialists with decades of industry experience. He manages our Darts event calendar, working with Matt to update the event preview articles with recent results and data checking for accuracy.

- James Banting, Tipster competition assistant

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