For the last five weeks, the PDC Premier League Darts has been played out across five different venues in the UK and Ireland and it makes sense to check back in with the tournament to see how it has progressed since the first week of action.

Eight of the best players in the PDC have been competing to win each of the five nights of action contested and we have had four different winners of those nights, while one player has yet to win a match at all in this year’s tournament.

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Let’s now take a look at how the last five nights of matches have played out.

Night 1 – SSE Arena, Belfast

Quarter Finals (best of 11)

  • Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-2 Jonny Clayton
  • Michael Smith 3-6 Michael van Gerwen
  • Peter Wright 3-6 Chris Dobey
  • Nathan Aspinall 6-4 Gerwyn Price

Semi-Finals (best of 11)

  • Dimitri Van den Bergh 4-6 Michael van Gerwen
  • Chris Dobey 6-4 Nathan Aspinall

Final (best of 11)

  • Michael van Gerwen 5-6 Chris Dobey

Chris Dobey answered critics who felt he should not have been included in the event due to his low ranking with a win in the first night of action in Belfast, defeating Michael van Gerwen in a nervy final.

Night 2 – Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff

Quarter Finals (best of 11)

  • Michael Smith 6-3 Jonny Clayton
  • Nathan Aspinall 6-3 Peter Wright
  • Gerwyn Price 6-5 Chris Dobey
  • Michael van Gerwen 6-4 Dimitri Van den Bergh

Semi-Finals (best of 11)

  • Michael Smith 4-6 Nathan Aspinall
  • Gerwyn Price 6-5 Michael van Gerwen

Final (best of 11)

  • Nathan Aspinall 3-6 Gerwyn Price

Gerwyn Price took full advantage of some partisan home support for the Welshman as he came through two ver close games in the quarters and semis to earn a good win over Nathan Aspinall in the final.

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Night 3 – Ovo Hydro, Glasgow

Quarter Finals (best of 11)

  • Nathan Aspinall 6-5 Michael van Gerwen
  • Peter Wright 4-6 Dimitri Van den Bergh
  • Gerwyn Price 3-6 Michael Smith
  • Jonny Clayton 6-1 Chris Dobey

Semi-Finals (best of 11)

  • Nathan Aspinall 1-6 Dimitri Van den Bergh
  • Michael Smith 6-5 Jonny Clayton

Final (best of 11)

  • Dimitri Van den Bergh 4-6 Michael Smith

Newly crowned World Champion Michael Smith got his first win of the Premier League Darts season 2023 with a good win over Dimitri Van den Bergh in the final. Smith also bested Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton on his way to the final.

Night 4 – 3Arena, Dublin

Quarter Finals (best of 11)

  • Michael Smith 6-5 Peter Wright
  • Gerwyn Price 6-4 Dimitri Van den Bergh
  • Jonny Clayton 6-4 Nathan Aspinall
  • Chris Dobey 3-6 Michael van Gerwen

Semi-Finals (best of 11)

  • Michael Smith 1-6 Gerwyn Price
  • Jonny Clayton 3-6 Michael van Gerwen

Final (best of 11)

  • Gerwyn Price 5-6 Michael van Gerwen

The best final of the tournament so far saw Welshman Gerwyn Price go toe to toe with Michael van Gerwen, only for the Dutchman to claim his first victory in the tournament this year.

Night 5 – Westpoint Arena, Exeter

Quarter Finals (best of 11)

  • Michael van Gerwen 6-3 Gerwyn Price
  • Nathan Aspinall 6-3 Michael Smith
  • Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-3 Chris Dobey
  • Jonny Clayton 6-5 Peter Wright

Semi-Finals (best of 11)

  • Michael van Gerwen 6-4 Nathan Aspinall
  • Dimitri Van den Bergh 2-6 Jonny Clayton

Final (best of 11)

  • Michael van Gerwen 6-3 Jonny Clayton

Michael van Gerwen made it back-to-back victories in the Premier League last week in Exeter thanks to an impressive display in all rounds, where he did not lose more than four legs in any of the contests he played.

Next up tonight, the eight darts legends head to Liverpool and the M&S Bank Arena, with the current league table looking as follows:

Current PDC Premier League Table

  1. Michael van Gerwen – 15pts (+19)
  2. Michael Smith – 9pts (-3)
  3. Nathan Aspinall – 9pts (-3)
  4. Gerwyn Price – 8pts (+3)
  5. Dimitri Van den Bergh – 7pts (+2)
  6. Jonny Clayton – 7pts (-2)
  7. Chris Dobey – 5pts (-6)
  8. Peter Wright – 0pts (-10)

The top four players at the end of the league stage will earn a spot in the final week playoffs at the 02 in London to decide who is the winner of the tournament.

With just four points between second and seventh, things are very tight as we head towards tonights action which comes from Liverpool.

Night 6 Preview – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool

Quarter Finals (best of 11)

  • Gerwyn Price (4/6) v Peter Wright (6/5)

Gerwyn Price is the big favourite to win this opening match of the night against a Peter Wright who has suffered five defeats in his opening games in the new tournament format. The Scot does have a love/hate relationship with this tournament but I think he’ll be the crowd favourite here and he is well overdue a win. At 6/5, I think he is the best of the longer priced options playing in Liverpool tonight.

Tip – Wright to win – 6/5

  • Michael van Gerwen (2/5) v Jonny Clayton (2/1)

After winning the last two events Michael van Gerwen has now gone six Premier League games without defeat and he will be the hot favourite against Welshman Jonny Clayton. Clayton can beat van Gerwen on his day but the Dutchman looks in imperious form at the moment and it would be foolish to back against him here.

Tip – Van Gerwen to win – 2/5

  • Chris Dobey (11/10) v Nathan Aspinall (8/11)

Despite a blistering start in this tournament, Chris Dobey’s form has tailed off considerably since that opening week win and he is yet to win another game in the tournament. I can’t see that changing here against Nathan Aspinall who has been remarkably consistent in this event without yet winning it.

Tip – Aspinall to win – 8/11

  • Michael Smith (8/13) v Dimitri Van den Bergh (13/10)

This will be as close to a home fixture for Michael Smith, with the St Helens-based World Champ likely to draw lots of popular support. Van den Bergh has been in good form in this event and this I feel is the tightest of all four quarterfinals tonight, but I am backing Smith to just about land the win.

Tip – Smith to win (8/13)

*Odds shown were correct with bet365 Sport as of the morning of the games but may change in the build up to them starting later on in the evening.

Tune in from 7pm tonight on Sky Sports to see how Week 6 of the Premier League pans out!