Premier League Darts is back with a bang
Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld will renew rivalries in a repeat of the World Championship final by coming head-to-head on the first night of the Whyte & Mackay Premier League Darts.
Arguably the two greatest players in the world, they and six other stars of the game will be competing for the next 14 weeks across the length and breadth of the UK, with dreams of qualifying for the play-offs at London's Wembley Arena on May 25.
As you'd expect from William Hill, we'll have a range of betting available each and every week - including match, outright and qualification betting, who will finish bottom of the table, and much more.
Unsurprisingly, Phil The Power Taylor starts the tournament as odds-on favourite at 2/5, closely (if that's the right word) followed by Raymond Barney van Barneveld at 4/1. These two super-stars are 13/8 to be the last two standing.
New world number two, James The Machine Wade, is third in the betting, and the only other player to start at a single figure price - he's 9/1 to collect the trophy, and the cheque for £125,000 that comes with it.
Mervyn The King King, who has reached number six in the world in less than a year in the PDC, will fancy his chances of qualifying for the play-offs (he's a 6/4 chance to do so). Dutchman Jelle The Matador Klaasen, one of two Sky Sports wild-card picks, is 7/4 to reach the semi-finals, while Terry The Bull Jenkins is 9/4 to do the same. All three players start the tournament at 25/1 outright.
Three-time world champion, John Darth Maple Part, is a 40/1 shot for outright glory, but it remains to be seen whether the Canadian will base himself in England for the tournament, or fly back and forth from his home-land.
Fan's favourite, and the other wild-card pick, Wayne Hawaii 501 Mardle is the 50/1 rank outsider of the eight - but 5/2 favourite to finish bottom of the table.