Premier League Darts : Live Stream from Cardiff as Phil Taylor v Adrian Lewis, Gary Anderson v Michael Van Gerwen and more feature

The darts is back as the Premier League moves to Cardiff, with live streaming available as Phil Taylor takes on Adrian Lewis, Gary Anderson faces Michael Van Gerwen, James Wade and Raymond Van Barneveld feature and more with Bet365 and their new online darts television service.

With the Premier League darts coming to its climax, darts fans and punters alike can watch all the action in glorious HD online via desktop, smart phone and iPad devices with Bet365.

Its simple to watch:

Simply click here through to the special Bet365 landing page – then select ‘live streaming’ at the top and select your match!

We’re all set for another action packed night of Premier League darts as the roadshow heads to the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, and with plenty of places still up for grabs there are certainly some mouthwatering ties to get stuck into.

With only two points seperating Phil Taylor, who currently lies in fourth, and Raymond Van Barneveld in seventh, there are plenty of players who can make a smash and grab for the final playoff places and reach the finale at the O2 in London on May 21st.

After Raymond Van Barneveld toppled Michael Van Gerwen’s charge at the top of the table, we’re all set for another week of thrills, spills and scintillating arrows with some intriguing matchups.

Gary Anderson kicks off proceedings with the Scot playing the first of his two matches tonight against Liverpudlian Steven Bunting. Bunting still has an outside chance of qualification, and will be in confident mood after drawing 6-6 with Phil Taylor last week. (19.15)

‘The Flying Scotsman’ however will offer a considerable challenge and will be looking for a repeat of his 7-4 mauling of Bunting in Dublin last month.

Next up we’re in for a cracker as James Wade takes on Michael Van Gerwen (20:00).

The young Dutchman was shocked last week my compatriot Van Barneveld, losing 7-3, while James Wade let a considerable lead slip as he drew 6-6 with Gary Anderson. Wade is embroiled in a fight for a top 4 finish, so there’s plenty up for grabs.

Barney will be looking to continue his recent run of form as he takes on Dave Chisnall (20:45).

‘Chizzy’ came unstuck against the Power last week, and with Barney looking in more confident mood, a win would certainly push the current Premier League Champion back into the mix, while Chisnall will be looking to consolidate at the top of the table.

We’re in for another spectacle next as Phil Taylor takes on Adrian Lewis. (21.30).

The Power takes on his young apprentice, protige and other such cliches in what look likes the game of the evening as the lads from the Potteries take the stage.

The 16 time World Champion played twice last week, beatig Dave Chisnall in his opening game while drawing with Steven Bunting in the other, having a nightmare on his finishing in the final leg.

‘Jackpot’ is on something of a charge, winning his last three games and standing only one point behind Taylor in the standings, so with all to play for we should be in for a cracker.

The final game of the night sees Gary Anderson and Michael Van Gerwen take the stage for the second time (22.45).

‘Mighty Mike’ is a certainty for the O2 Finals next month and having already beaten Anderson in Liverpool he will be looking to end the night on a high, while a draw would probably suit both players.

It should be a cracking night in Wales, just make sure you don’t miss out on any of the matches with Bet365.

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