Peter Wright face the toughest double up in Darts as he takes on both Michael van Gerwen and Gary Anderson in Liverpool on Thursday.
Wright has enjoyed a memorable 2017 so far, winning March’s UK Open amongst five tournament victories alongside a Premier League season which currently sees him sat in second place in the league table.
The Scot will come up against the world’s top two ranked players in Liverpool, as he firstly takes on current Premier League leader Van Gerwen before returning to the stage to play two-time World Champion Anderson.
Anderson opens the night against Dave Chisnall, who sits six points behind the top four after ending his three-game losing run with a draw against Wright in Dublin last week.
St Helens-born Chisnall averaged a season-best 106.40 and hit seven 180s against Wright, and is hoping to maintain that form in front of his ‘home’ crowd on Merseyside.
Third-placed Raymond van Barneveld comes up against Adrian Lewis in a game which sees two form players clash in another big Play-Off battle.
Lewis, meanwhile, sits just two points behind the top four after winning four of his last five matches.
The night in Liverpool, which will be held in front of 8,000 fans, will also see two former Premier League champions clash as six-time winner Phil Taylor comes up against 2009 title holder James Wade.
Tournament Winner – After Night Ten:
1/2 Michael van Gerwen
11/2 Peter Wright
6/1 Gary Anderson
14/1 Phil Taylor
16/1 Raymond van Barneveld
25/1 Adrian Lewis
200/1 James Wade, Dave Chisnall
Night 11 Match Odds
4/7 Gary Anderson 4/1 Draw 100/30 Dave Chisnall
2/5 Michael van Gerwen 9/2 Draw 5/1 Peter Wright
6/4 Adrian Lewis 7/2 Draw 5/4 Raymond van Barneveld
8/11 Phil Taylor 7/2 Draw 11/4 James Wade
6/4 Peter Wright 7/2 Draw 5/4 Gary Anderson