Premier League Darts 2024 Rotterdam Odds: 3/1 treble attracts in Holland

 | April 17 | 

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The Premier League roadshow heads abroad again to the Rotterdam Ahoy in the Netherlands on Thursday night (19:00). Michael van Gerwen shot back to form last week to win his fourth nightly title but can he do it on home soil? Our Darts expert Sean Rafferty previews this one and gives us his predictions for the evenings action including an interesting looking treble. 

Premier League Darts Rotterdam Betting Tips

  • Michael Smith +2.5 legs @ 8/13
  • Gerwyn Price most 180s @ 4/6
  • Nathan Aspinall to win @ 8/15

 Treble @ 3.12/1

Draw

Michael Smith
Luke Littler

Rob Cross
Gerwyn Price

Peter Wright
Nathan Aspinall

Michael van Gerwen
Luke Humphries

Michael Smith +2.5 legs @ 8/13

Luke Littler is in good form in recent weeks in the Premier League - having gone winner, winner, finalist in the past three weeks. 'The Nuke' finally came unstuck in last week's final against Michael van Gerwen with a poor display, after winning eight games on the trot.

Meanwhile, Michael Smith is in a scrap for a top four finish, as he currently sits one point outside it behind Aspinall. So, every match matters for 'Bully Boy' at this stage and a win here would open the door for some important points on the night.

The 2023 World Champion has been playing decent of late and has won his QF match in three of the last four weeks. His record against Littler is actually very good, having won three of their four previous meetings - all of which took place in this year’s Premier League.

I’m happy to take Smith to win 4+ legs on the night at 8/13.

Gerwyn Price most 180s @ 4/6

In my opinion, the form of these two former world champions is currently going in different directions to each other.

Rob Cross finished 2023 well and carried that form into this year but has dipped the last few weeks, whereas Gerwen Price was quiet at the start of the year and has slowly got closer to his best form.

'The Iceman' missed another chance to win a title at the weekend, losing out 8-5 in the final of the International Darts Open against Martin Schindler, despite averaging over five points more than the German. I’m hoping he isn’t feeling too disappointed on the back of this and bounces back with a good performance here.

Price was banging in the 180s all weekend - he has now hit 3+ 180s in eight of his last nine matches, unlike Cross who has managed this number of maximums in just four of his last 15 matches. 4/6 for Price most 180s appealed slightly more than the 4/7 for him to win the match.

Nathan Aspinall to win @ 8/15

'The Asp' has won his QF match in four of the last five weeks and this looks a good opportunity to add another one against Peter Wright, who he’s beaten in five of their last six meetings (two out of two wins in PL meetings this year).

As if matters weren’t bad enough for Wright in this year’s Premier League, he lost to Luke Humphries last week from 5-1 up, leaving him still deserted at the bottom of the table on just four points.

Aspinall is sitting in 4th place by one point, so these QF wins will continue to be crucial in ensuring he hangs on to his spot in the top four. He is playing the better stuff of the two - he’s averaged 90+ in his last 21 matches which shows some real consistency, he also notched up his highest average of the year at the weekend on the Euro Tour against Clayton with 113.14.

I'm expecting a fairly straightforward win for Asp here.

The treble pays a little over 3/1 at the time of writing.

Sean Rafferty covers Darts for us here at Betfred Insights. You can find all of Sean's latest Darts Betting Tips on our main Darts page.

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