Premier League Darts Betting Odds: Michael van Gerwen is the 2/1 FAVOURITE to win Premier League Darts as he sits 8 points clear at the top of the table!

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Bookies are still offering odds on Premier League Darts with the latest market putting Michael van Gerwen as favourite to win the tournament,

Premier League Darts Betting Odds: Michael van Gerwen is the 2/1 FAVOURITE to win Premier League Darts as he sits 8 points clear at the top of the table!

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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

  • Michael van Gerwen is the clear favourite to win this year's Premier League Darts tournament
  • Night Five sees the Premier League head to Exeter with van Gerwen favourite to win the night
  • Luke Littler is the 7/2 favourite to win the World Darts Championship at the end of the year

Michael van Gerwen is the clear favourite to win this year's Premier League Darts tournament

This year's Premier League Darts continues this Thursday after the first four nights of the tournament flying by and bookies are offering odds on who will win the whole thing on the final night in London in May.

Michael van Gerwen has been the in-form man so far this tournament with the Dutchman winning the last three Premier League Darts nights in-a-row and goes into Night Five as favourite too.

Van Gerwen is now the clear favourite at 2/1 to win the whole tournament with his place at the top of the Premier League Darts table now eight points ahead of second.

17-year-old Darts sensation Luke Littler is the second favourite to win this year's Premier League Darts with the hype around the wonderkid seemingly growing more and more each week.

BetMGM's latest odds give an implied probability of 33% that van Gerwen wins this year's Premier League Darts with Littler's current chances of winning the event at 26%.

Premier League Darts 2024 WinnerOddsProbability
Michael van Gerwen2/133.3%
Luke Littler11/426.7%
Luke Humphries4/120.0%
Gerwyn Price13/213.3%
Michael Smith9/110.0%
What the expert says...

Michael van Gerwen is unsurprisingly the favourite to win Premier League Darts after winning the last three nights in-a-row in the competition. With Exeter hosting Night Five is hard to see anyone else winning if MVG is in-form yet again.

Jake Ashton - Sports Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Night Five sees the Premier League head to Exeter with van Gerwen favourite to win the night

Exeter hosts Night Five of this year's Premier League Darts with the 7,500 capacity Westpoint Arena sold out for yet another massive night of Darts heading down to the South West.

Michael van Gerwen has won the last three nights in-a-row in the Premier League after winning in Berlin, Glasgow and then Newcastle.

The latest betting odds now make it 11/4 for him to do the Quadruple and win four nights in-a-row with a win in Exeter on Thursday night, just ahead of Luke Littler at 3/1.

Premier League Darts Night Five WinnerOddsProbability
Michael van Gerwen11/426.7%
Luke Littler3/125.0%
Luke Humphries9/218.2%
Gerwyn Price6/114.3%
Nathan Aspinall8/111.1%

Luke Littler is the 7/2 favourite to win the World Darts Championship at the end of the year

Betting is also available on the World Darts Championship towards the back end of the year with Luke Littler now the favourite to win the biggest tournament of the year.

Littler reached the final of the tournament at the start of 2024 in his debut WDC and that performance made him come somewhat of a household name.

Despite losing that final, Littler came out of the tournament as the biggest winner with his name now putting him at the forefront of Darts in this country despite being so young.

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Darts Expert Author Contributions

Matthew Edgar

Matthew Edgar

Darts editor and wdf 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.

Jake Ashton

Jake Ashton

Senior news editor

Jake is our Betting News Manager and oversees all of our news content as well as contributing to our Entertainment articles when not watching Man City at the Etihad

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