With the new look website comes a new blog feature – Wibble and Weep! We have given ourselves the platform to blog about the world of darts from a DartsMad viewpoint. Any little snippets and views we have will go in here. Stuff that’s not really newsworthy or, arguably, remotely interesting.

So if we find out little nuggets of info such as Robert Thornton’s favourite type of haggis or where Simon Whitlock bought his key chain from you will be sure to find it here.

And so to tonight’s Betway Premier League. There are numerous previews to be found on the web and we have our own Lockup Tipster currently spuds deep in a little project of trying to turn a profit on a £50 starting fund. You can read his Premier League betting tips for tonight where he has made some very sensible suggestions.

Personally when having a flutter I’m always looking to combat trends and find the perfect time when somebody’s good run comes to and end or a bad run finally comes good. I find this approach more fun. It is also why I’m not persistently successful but enjoy the occasional big win to brag about.

There a couple that fall into this category tonight…

Just about everybody has Peter Wright to beat Simon Whitlock and why not given the form of both so far. But I’m convinced Wright will run out of steam at some point and we know Whitlock is better than he has shown to date.

Wright’s impressive run could easily come to an abrupt end tonight and is certainly on the horizon in my opinion. Whitlock to win at 2/1 is too tempting for me so I’m getting stuck into that.

Phil Taylor has become the Manchester United of darts but his awful run cannot continue, surely? He will be practising like crazy, trying to master the new darts and it will inevitably click at some point. He hasn’t played terribly and players have taken their chances against him.

Dave Chisnall is the latest lining up to fill his boots but Chizzy could be the unlucky one to catch The Power at just the wrong time. I reckon Taylor will win tonight as he gets to grips with realigning those drifting darts. Nobody in darts has more bouncebackability than the 16-time world champion so write him off at your peril.

This isn’t quite so confident a shout but I also think Anderson is a great bet tonight at 9/4 given Lewis’s erratic nature and any morning-after-the-night-before effects of winning the UK Open at the weekend. Players are often at their most vulnerable after a big win so Anderson could be playing Lewis at just the right time.

So there’s a little alternative view on tonight’s proceedings. Another angle to look at when staking your hard earned dough.

If they come in you heard it here first. If not, keep it quiet and pass me a towel so I can wipe the egg off my face.

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