The Premier League darts returned to our television screens on Thursday evening
Browsing: Phil Taylor
This is the 14th year of the darts Premier League, but for the first time there was no player from Stoke-on-Trent.
The previous competitions have all included all time great, Phil Taylor, who retired earlier this year.
Stoke’s Phil Taylor beat Dutchman Jelle Klaasen 7-5 in last night’s Darts Premier League, hitting an average of 97.5%.
Klaasen had already been eliminated from this year’s League, so was playing for pride alone, while Taylor is fighting for a top four play-off place.
Phil Taylor lost 7-4 to rival Michael Van Gerwen, in their latest Premier League of Darts clash in Rotterdam.
Taylor managed an average of just 93.87% .
Phil Taylor was knocked off the top of the Premier League table as fellow Stokie Adrian Lewis eased to an important 7-4 victory in Glasgow.
It was the first loss of the 2017 Premier League season for Taylor, as he dropped to third in the table, while Lewis jumped out of the bottom two.
Sixteen-time world darts champion Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor will leave the Professional Darts Corporation tour after the 2018 World Championships.
Adrian Lewis took a step closer to the Premier League darts play-offs after a 7-2 win over Robert Thornton.
But his Potteries rival Phil Taylor lost only his second game of the campaign in a 7-5 defeat to Peter Wright at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham.
Phil Taylor was crowned Donna Louise Masters Tournament Winner 2015 last night after beating Adrian Lewis 6-3 in the charity fundraising event
Staffordshire’s Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor and Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis are both in Premier League action tonight at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham.
Lewis, who is unbeaten in his past four matches, faces St Helens’ Dave Chisnall in the opening game of the night. He rounds up the action against reigning Premier League champion Raymond van Barneveld, who has won his last three matches.
Stoke-on-Trent darts champion Adrian Lewis is confident of winning this year’s PDC Premier League Darts tournament.
But Lewis, the world number four, told StaffsLive he will need to improve his consistency if he is to have a chance.