Premier League darts tips: Best bets for night 4 in Exeter
Tom Clee reveals his best darts betting tips for every match of the fourth night in Exeter, all of which can all be combined into a Lucky 31.
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Here are Tom Clee's darts betting tips for the fourth night in Exeter.
LUKE HUMPHRIES v GERWYN PRICE
Price to win, over 6.5 match 180s, highest match checkout over 111.5
Price enjoyed a weekend of virtually flawless darts, winning 14 consecutive matches to claim two Players Championships.
He sealed the second of those triumphs with a 170 checkout, while Humphries managed a finish of at least 114 in every game he played at the Worlds.
Price has hit the joint-most 180s in the Premier League so far, reeling off five or more in two of his three matches.
The contenders have all managed at least four every week so far, so Humphries should have no trouble tipping us over this mark.
DARYL GURNEY v ROB CROSS
Over 10.5 total legs, Gurney most 180s, Daryl Gurney to checkout over 107.5
Gurney's good form and Cross' consistency makes this a horrible match to call, so I'll stay on the fence.
They each won one of their two meetings in the Premier League last season, both of which saw 11 or more legs.
Gurney hit the most maximums in last year's tournament, and a haul of four last week suggests that he's rediscovering his touch.
The Northern Irishman also boasts three of this season's four highest checkouts so far, with two 121s and a 140 last week.
MENSUR SULJOVIC v PETER WRIGHT
Wright to win, under 5.5 match 180s, highest match checkout under 101.5
Snakebite doesn't have a great recent record against Suljovic, including a 7-1 defeat in this competition last season.
Despite that, he still looks a generous price to beat an opponent who has lost eight of his 12 Premier League matches to date.
The scratchy form of both players does mean that we're unlikely to see a classic.
These two are yet to checkout over 100 this tournament, while they've combined for just five 180s in each of the last two weeks.
MICHAEL VAN GERWEN v JAMES WADE
Van Gerwen to win, Wade to hit over 2.5 180s, Wade to hit the highest checkout
Van Gerwen has won 16 of his last 17 matches against Wade, including in the Masters final earlier this month.
Wade still hit the most maximums in that match, and has been the most consistent scorer of 180s so far this tournament.
Despite not being renowned for his power scoring, the Machine is averaging four per night so far, never hitting fewer than three.
He's also nailed three checkouts of 124 or more, whereas MVG only has a measly 100 to his name.
MICHAEL SMITH v RAYMOND VAN BARNEVELD
Smith to win 7-4 or 7-5, over 5.5 match 180s, highest match checkout under 120.5
Both these players are yet to win a match this season, though Smith still looks a solid odds-on favourite.
But expect it to go deep, given all of Smith's games have gone the distance and Barney has clung on to draw each of his last two.
This pair have combined for at least six maximums every week so far, with Smith rattling off 10 across his last two games.
Neither of them have checked out three figures during the last fortnight, however, with just one finish higher than 104 between them.
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