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The Premier League Darts is well underway, having started in Leeds at the beginning of February. The unique format of the Premier League will see a total of 16 different venues used in the 2016 season before the dramatic climax at the O2 in London on the 19th May. The Premier League will visit many of the UK’s biggest cities, as well as Rotterdam and Dublin, as we witness 16 weeks of world class darts and 16 weeks of brilliant darts betting opportunities.

The tournament was first held in 2005 and originally saw seven darts players do battle fortnightly. The precise format and structure of the event have changed many times over the years but in essence this is a league event that culminates in head to head battles between the top players.

The Premier League now features 10 of the very best players in the world, with the top four from the PDC world rankings joined by six wildcard selections. Since 2013 the format of the Premier League has remained the same, with every player competing against everyone else in the initial stage of the competition over a period of nine weeks.

The bottom two players are relegated at this stage and again, all remaining players face each other once more. From these final standings the top four players face each other in the semis, followed by the grand final a week later.

This means there are loads of individual matches to bet on, as well as various outright winner betting markets, such as who will top the league during the “regular” season, who will be crowned champion or which players will make the semis. Whether you want to bet on any of the many great head to head battles along the way or the outright winner, our odds comparison will provide you with the best prices available.

Our live odds comparison checks the betting odds of all the best darts betting sites so you can quickly and easily get the best value on all your bets. More value means more money when you win and because we do the hard work for you, you also save time and don’t have to manually check who has the best betting odds on whoever you fancy.

The big favourite right now is Dutch ace Michael van Gerwen, the clear favourite in the outright winner odds. Behind him come the other two best players in the world, but whilst MVG is priced at odds of just 4/5, Phil Taylor and Gary Anderson are both hovering around the 9/2 mark.

All three of those players have previously won the Premier League, with Taylor winning an impressive six titles to date. Anderson has triumphed twice and never lost a final, whilst Van Gerwen won the 2013 Premier League but lost the final in 2014 and last year.

The Premier League’s unique structure and the fact that it travels around the country and beyond are part of its great appeal, whilst the fact it lasts for 16 weeks also makes it brilliant from a betting perspective.

It’s hard to look past the big three in terms of the outright winner but whoever you fancy for the title, be sure to use our live odds comparison to make sure you get the biggest and best odds possible on all your Premier League bets.


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