Premier League Night Four Preview.

The Cazoo Premier League roadshow rolls into Dublin on Thursday, as World Champion Michael Smith bids to maintain top spot by claiming back-to-back wins following his Night Three success.

Smith celebrated victory in Glasgow last week, averaging over 109 to overcome Dimitri Van den Bergh in a thrilling final, which moved him above Nathan Aspinall in the table.

Top Two In The World Face Off

The St Helens star will now take on two-time World Champion Peter Wright in Thursday’s opening quarter-final, as the world’s top two collide in the Irish capital.
Wright is yet to open his account in this year’s Premier League, and Smith is hoping to extend The Scot’s winless run in front of 8,000 fans at the 3Arena.
Wright looking to lift himself from the bottom of the table
In that half of the draw, we will see Gerwyn Price looking to pick up his first Premier League win of the year outside of Wales.
The Iceman will take on Dimitri van Bergh who is looking to go one better can last week, after reaching the final before being on the receiving end of a Smith masterclass.

Aspinall Looking To Extend Unbeaten Start

2021 Premier League champion Clayton takes on Aspinall, the only player to have won a match on all three nights so far.

Jonny Clayton impressive performances, and Nathan Aspinalls Quarter Final record makes this once a very intriguing tie.

Aspinall looking to make his fourth Semi Final

The final Quarter Final sees Night One Winner Chris Dobey, take on the nightly favourite for a fourth consecutive night Michael van Gerwen.

This will be a rematch after the pair faced off in the Final on night one, with Dobey continuing his impressive form in Belfast.

Chris Dobey hasn’t won a game since that tie, and will be looking to return to winning ways.

2023 Cazoo Premier League
Night Four – Thursday February 23
3Arena, Dublin
Michael Smith v Peter Wright
Gerwyn Price v Dimitri Van den Bergh
Jonny Clayton v Nathan Aspinall
Chris Dobey v Michael van Gerwen

Smith/Wright v Price/Van den Bergh
Clayton/Aspinall v Dobey/Van Gerwen


All matches best of 11 legs