The final leg of the 2019 Premier League Darts will take place at the first Dirt Arena, Leeds 16th May. Rob Cross and Michael van Gerwen van Gerwen have secured enough points to qualify for the Play-Off finals at the London, O2 Arena on the 23 May 2019. The remaining two placed will be decided in Leeds.
James Wade and Mensur Suljovic currently hold 3rd and 4th spot. However, Daryl Gurney and Gerwyn Price are still very much in the running to make the finals.
The 2019 Premier League has been one of the tightest fought contests over the past fourteen years, and it is fitting that will go to the last night before the finalists are confirmed.
Gary Anderson withdrew from the Premier League before he even threw a dart. His injured back was preventing the two-time World Champion to throw consistently, and he was advised to take a break from the professional sport.
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Gary is now back playing but still needs to regain his form, and one of the tournaments he will be looking forward to is the Las Vegas Classic which is part of the World Series of Darts.
Raymond van Barneveld was eliminated at the first hurdle in this year's Premier League will also take part in the World Series of Darts, however, for the other majors in 2019; Barney may have to qualify as he is ranked outside the top sixteen players in the World.
For those of you that like a small bet then this year's Premier League will be a hard one to call. Mighty Mike hasn’t been invisible as per previous two years, and like Rob Cross, they have both lost three out of their past fifteen Premier League matches.
The schedule of play in Leeds may be changed to heighten the tension of the evening's play. The winner of the round robin phase receives a bonus of £25,000, so a nail-biting finish for all. Each final position counts so all the players will still be playing to win even if they can’t qualify, i.e. Peter Wright and Michael Smith.
Last year Smith contested the final this year he will be seventh or eighth place in prize money it is a difference of £5,000
The winner of this year’s League will pocket £250,000, the runner-up £120,000 with both semi-finals loses receiving £80,000. This will make the finals at the O2 Arena an event not to miss.