Premier League Darts Live Stream available as Phil Taylor Van Barneveld Adrian Lewis and James Wade take the stage

Every week that Premier League Darts comes to town, there is at least one mouth-watering contest to look forward to and this is without doubt the case as the season heads to Exeter this evening, with customers given the opportunity to watch online with Bet365.

A sell-out crowd will be entertained to four matches and are likely to create the atmosphere that Premier League darts has been made famous for in the process. Once again, it is set to be quite a night.

The stand-out contest this evening though is without doubt Gary Anderson – who has secured victory in the last two weeks – taking on World Champion Adrian Lewis.

This is the last match in Exeter this evening and it is a fitting finale, with Anderson admitting that he is really looking forward to taking on Lewis, who he often has entertaining matches with.

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Speaking ahead of tonight, the Scotsman said: “It should be a great match in Exeter and it’s a night I’m really looking forward to.”

“Adrian’s won the last two World Championships and carried on that form into the Premier League and I’ve won my last two games and my form’s coming back.”

“We always have good games and our styles probably complement each other; we’re both pretty quick players who get into a rhythm.”

As for Lewis, revenge will be on his mind after Anderson defeated him 10-4 in last year’s Premier League final. The Stoke born star will want to prove to everyone why he is considered as one of the best around right now.

There are three matches before Anderson and Lewis do battle though, with Kevin Painter v James Wade kicking-off the action ahead of Raymond van Barneveld v Andy Hamilton.

The penultimate match then sees fans favourite Phil Taylor take on the constantly improving Simon Whitlock. World Number one Taylor is top of the Premier League tree at the moment and he will want to ensure this is still the case after this repeat of the 2010 World Championship final.

Overall, with Anderson and Lewis taking to the oche after this, it should be another tremendous night of Premier League darts.


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