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The Premier League of Darts heads to Dublin this week and we are all set for another big night of action with just four more rounds of fixtures to go until the play-offs take place.
Phil Taylor is involved in two matches on Thursday evening and he needs to win them both as he lost again last time out and sits in fifth place at the moment.
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Taylor takes on Andy Hamilton in the first match of the evening and with these two level on points at this stage, it is a massive encounter.
The winner would move into the top four briefly and despite not being in the best of form, it is tough to look past the world number-one and he can be backed at 4/7.
Taylor then locks horns with Raymond van Barneveld in what is set to be a cracking battle that The Power needs to win.
The Dutchman is sitting in third place at the moment, four clear of his opponent, so a victory would see him take a massive step towards finishing in the top four. With the way he is playing at the moment, van Barneveld looks to be decent value at 9/4.
The former World Champion also locks horns with league-leader Michael van Gerwen on Thursday night in what is one of the pick of the fixtures between the two men from the Netherlands.
Van Gerwen beat both Taylor and James Wade last time out and that moved him onto 16 points, two clear at the top of the table.
He is proving to be one of the best players on the circuit at the moment and can be backed at 10/11 to win this one.
Van Gerwen faces another tough match on Thursday as he goes up against Adrian Lewis, who is four points adrift of the top four and needs a big night in Ireland try and move up the table.
Lewis did beat his opponent back in March, so does know what it takes to come out on top and should be confident of another two points against the man from Holland here.
Robert Thornton and James Wade also go head to head in another battle between two men desperate for points.
Thornton is currently is fourth place, but could be down in fifth by the time this one gets underway, so the pressure could be on the Scotsman.
As for Wade, he is in second and has van Barneveld breathing down his neck. The left-handed thrower could be a good bet to win this one at 15/13.
Simon Whitlock v Andy Hamilton is the final game to look at and with these two sitting outside of the top four at this stage, both need a win to keep their small hopes of the play-offs alive.
We are all set for a superb night and as ever, that the crowd in Dublin will create a fantastic atmosphere. The first encounter gets underway from 7.10pm on Thursday evening.