After over five months of waiting, the Unibet Premier League is back.
There is still a hope that the Play-Offs could happen in front of fans, on Thursday 22 October at The O2 in London. Should this not be possible, there will be an extra night in Milton Keynes. This will mean the Play-Offs will take place on Sunday 6 September.
Where are we with the Premier League?
Before the COVID-19 shutdown, the 2020 Premier League was developing into one of the best tournaments for years.
Glen Durrant leads the Premier League by one point, ahead of world number one Michael van Gerwen. Michael Smith and Nathan Aspinall occupy the other play off places at the moment.
Peter Wright is outside the top four on leg difference, and is a point ahead of Gary Anderson in 6th. Gerwyn Price is 7th, ahead of Rob Cross in 8th, both on five points.
Daryl Gurney is in the relegation place. He’s three points from safety, and with a much worse leg difference than those above him.
How can I follow the Unibet Premier League?
You’ll be able to watch every night from Milton Keynes on Sky Sports, and via the PDC’s broadcast partners. Each night will start at 18.30 BST.
Here at Online Darts, we’ll have every night of the Unibet Premier League covered.
You can watch our preview now. You can also listen to it by searching The Online Darts Lounge on:
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We’ll have a live blog every night of the tournament. Join us from 18.30 BST every evening.
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We’ll also produce the Premier League Daily. This round up show will feature reaction, news and debate every day of the tournament. It will be available on our YouTube and our podcast channels the morning after play.
Plus, we’ll be giving regular updates across our:
Follow all the drama of the Premier League with us at Online Darts.