The final night of 2021 Premier League Darts will see the the race for the Play-Offs come to an end.
After Nathan Aspinall and Jose De Sousa joined Michael van Gerwen at Finals Night yesterday, just one spot remains in the top four.
Tonight, two players will fight it out to qualify, while the battle to finish top also comes to a conclusion.
Final Play-Off place and top spot to be decided
It is a straight shootout between Dimitri Van den Bergh and Jonny Clayton for the final spot in the top four. The two of them play each other in the last match of the night.
Jonny Clayton will qualify for the Play-Offs if he avoids defeat to Dimitri Van den Bergh.
Dimitri Van den Bergh will qualify for the Play-Offs if he beats Jonny Clayton.
Outside of this, the battle to win the league phase will come to a conclusion as well this evening. The winner of the league phase earns an extra £25,000.
Michael van Gerwen is the favourite to do so, but Nathan Aspinall still has a chance of topping the table.
Michael van Gerwen will win the league phase if:
- he avoids defeat to Peter Wright or
- Nathan Aspinall does not win against Jose De Sousa
Nathan Aspinall will win the league phase if:
- he beats Jose De Sousa and Michael van Gerwen loses to Peter Wright
What else will be decided?
Jose De Sousa is in the Play-Offs, but his league position has not yet been determined.
Jose De Sousa will finish second if he beats Nathan Aspinall. Aspinall himself will then finish third.
De Sousa will finish third if he draws against Nathan Aspinall, or if he loses and Dimitri Van den Bergh beats Jonny Clayton.
There is a chance that De Sousa could finish fourth. However, he must lose to Nathan Aspinall by 8-5 or worse, and Jonny Clayton must better his result to finish ahead of him of leg difference
The minor places are also still to be decided. The loser of Gary Anderson v James Wade will finish eighth. If it’s a draw, Wade would finish seventh and Anderson finish eighth.
If there is a winner, they could overtake Peter Wright and end the campaign in sixth. They’d have to win, and hope Peter Wright loses to Michael van Gerwen. It would then come down to leg difference.
If Wright draws with Van Gerwen, he would finish sixth.
There is also a chance if Wright could finish fifth. To do this, he’d need to beat Michael van Gerwen and hope Dimitri Van den Bergh loses to Jonny Clayton.
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