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Rupert Wyman 8th Apr 2009 - 14:17

Ex-world champion Part in for a busy Premier League night

Week 10 of Premier League Darts sees the players make the long trip to the West Country as all the action comes from the Westpoint Arena in Exeter.

However, only seven players will be stepping up to the oche as Wayne 'Hawaii 501' Mardle is missing through illness and as a result former World Champion John Part will play two matches.

The Westpoint Arena is sold out for the four matches and the Devon natives certainly have a night's worth of entertainment in front of them as this year's Premier League is more exciting than ever.

Here at William Hill our range of betting markets is better than ever so there are plenty of prices and betting opportunities to get your teeth into.

John Part v Mervyn King

The week 10 action begins with John Part's first match against Mervyn King. Just as people were beginning to think King was falling below the high standards he had set himself following his fantastic start to Premier League Darts after a run of three weeks without a win 'The King' has hit back in supreme fashion thrashing Wayne Mardle 8-2 two weeks ago and James Wade 8-3 last week. 'The King' is 4/7 favourite to win this match with John Part priced at 11/4 and the draw 4/1.

Phil Taylor v Terry Jenkins

Phil Taylor had his problems in Glasgow last week firstly Jelle Klaasen put up a better fight than expected but also with the crowd. 'The Power' had to endure the hostile atmosphere but as is the norm for the world number one he delivered when it mattered most pulling out an 8-6 win to take him to the top of the table. When Taylor is on his game he is simply unstoppable and no-one in the world can cope with him. 'The Power' is a short 1/7 to beat 'The Bull' who is a big 10/1. But Terry Jenkins is no mug, he may be third from bottom but incredibly has a leg difference of only -1. Jenkins delivered a good performance last week beating Wayne Mardle 8-2 so although Taylor's quality may shine through in the end there is value to be had in the handicap market. Jenkins +4.5 at 4/5 looks very backable.

James Wade v Raymond van Barneveld

The game of the night sees the second and third best players in the world step up to the oche. James Wade is determined to put his 8-3 thrashing by Mervyn King behind him and deliver a performance to remember against Barney. Wade won 8-4 when the pair met in Coventry in week three and another win for 'The Machine' is a 5/2 shot. Barney responded in perfect fashion to the 8-1 beating handed out to him by Taylor two weeks ago by convincingly beating John Part 8-1 last week. The Dutchman is priced at 8/15 for a second consecutive win, which would take him above Wade in the table, although the draw at 5/1 could be the value bet.

John Part v Jelle Klaasen

John Part returns to the oche for the last match of the evening against second-bottom Jelle Klaasen after opening up the evening against Mervyn King. It may be best to see how the first match goes for Part before placing a bet. The Canadian lost 8-1 to Raymond van Barneveld last week and another result like that against King could open the door for Klaasen against a demoralised Part. Likewise a tough, close encounter in his first match could drain the former world champ giving the 'Young Matador' the perfect opportunity to register just his second win of a disappointing opening Premier League campaign. The Dutchman is 6/4 for the win with Part at 10/11 and the draw 9/2.

As well as match betting we have a huge range of markets available to punt on including; correct score, handicap, total 180s, highest checkout and much, much more.

Join us to betlive throughout the evening on a whole host of betting opportunities from 19:10 as another round of exciting darts action gets underway.

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