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Premier League Darts 2020 Night One preview and order of play: Elite stars collide in the Granite City

Premier League Darts 2020 Live Scores, Tournament Schedule and Table

Jamie Shaw in Premier League 09 Apr 2020
The class of 2020 (Photo by Lawrence Lustig/PDC)

Premier League Darts returns for 16 nights of unmissable competition, and you can follow the latest fixtures, results and table here.

The 16th edition of Premier League Darts will feature nine of the world’s top stars, plus a further nine ‘Challengers’ as they travel across the UK, Ireland, Germany and the Netherlands.

The first phase of the tournament features nine league rounds, with four round-robin fixtures contested each night and one match featuring a Challenger.

Following Night Nine, the bottom player in the league table will be eliminated, while the remaining players contest another round of fixtures before the top four contest the Play-Offs.

Michael van Gerwen is the defending champion and is bidding for a fifth Premier League title and sixth in total since making his debut in 2013.

The world number one is joined by reigning World Champion Peter Wright, World Matchplay champion Rob Cross and Grand Slam champion Gerwyn Price.

Two-time Premier League champion Gary Anderson returns to the line-up after missing last year’s Premier League through injury, while Michael Smith and Daryl Gurney make their third consecutive appearances.

UK Open champion Nathan Aspinall and three-time BDO World Champion Glen Durrant make their debuts in the elite invitational after enjoying landmark 2019 campaigns.

John Henderson, Fallon Sherrock, Jonny Clayton, William O’Connor, Luke Humphries, Stephen Bunting, Chris Dobey, Jeffrey de Zwaan and Jermaine Wattimena make up the nine Challengers.

All league nights will commence from 7pm GMT and matches will be contested over the best of 12 legs, with a 6-6 draw a possibility.

Two points are awarded for a win and one for a draw. Points won by Challengers will not count towards the league table, however their opponents will retain any points gained from those matches.


Unibet Premier League 2020 Fixtures & Results

Night One – Thursday February 6

P&J Live, Aberdeen

Michael Smith 3-7 Glen Durrant
Gary Anderson 7-5 Daryl Gurney
Michael van Gerwen 7-5 Peter Wright
Nathan Aspinall 7-3 John Henderson
Gerwyn Price 6-6 Rob Cross

Night Two – Thursday February 13

Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

Rob Cross 7-5 Nathan Aspinall
Gerwyn Price 6-6 Michael Smith
Gary Anderson 6-6 Peter Wright
Glen Durrant 6-6 Fallon Sherrock
Daryl Gurney 1-7 Michael van Gerwen

Night Three – Thursday February 20

Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

Peter Wright 7-5 Rob Cross
Jonny Clayton 1-7 Michael Smith
Michael van Gerwen 5-7 Nathan Aspinall
Daryl Gurney 6-6 Gerwyn Price
Glen Durrant 7-4 Gary Anderson

Night Four – Thursday February 27

3Arena, Dublin

Glen Durrant 5-7 Nathan Aspinall
Rob Cross 5-7 Gary Anderson
Daryl Gurney 5-7 Michael Smith – *Smith hits a nine-darter*
William O’Connor 4-7 Michael van Gerwen
Gerwyn Price 7-1 Peter Wright

Night Five – Thursday March 5

Westpoint Exeter

Rob Cross 6-6 Daryl Gurney
Gerwyn Price 3-7 Glen Durrant
Nathan Aspinall 3-7 Peter Wright
Gary Anderson 5-7 Luke Humphries
Michael Smith 7-4 Michael van Gerwen

Night Six – Thursday March 12

M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool

Michael Smith 4-7 Peter Wright
Daryl Gurney 5-7 Glen Durrant
Gerwyn Price 5-7 Michael van Gerwen
Rob Cross 6-6 Stephen Bunting
Gary Anderson 6-6 Nathan Aspinall

Updated schedule – correct at April 9

Thursday July 30

Utilita Arena, Birmingham

Thursday August 13

The SSE Arena, Belfast

Thursday August 20

The O2, London

Thursday August 27

First Direct Arena, Leeds

Thursday September 3

Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin

Wednesday September 9

Rotterdam Ahoy

Thursday September 10

Rotterdam Ahoy

Thursday September 17

The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Thursday September 24

The Manchester Arena

Thursday October 1

Utilita Arena, Newcastle

Thursday October 15

The FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield

Prize Fund
Winner: £250,000
Runner-up: £120,000
Semi-finalists: £80,000
5th place: £70,000
6th place: £60,000
7th place: £55,000
8th place: £50,000
9th place: £35,000
League Winner Bonus: £25,000
Total: £825,000