PDC Premier League Darts – 2016 Fixtures

The fixtures for the 2016 PDC Premier League were announced yesterday (Friday 8th January).

There are some mouth-watering matches to look forward to on every night of the tournament with the current top 10 in the PDC Order of Merit all participating. The competition starts on Thursday 4th February and continues right through to Thursday 19th May when the semi-finals and final all take place on one night at The O2 in London.

The opening night at the First Direct Arena in Leeds features a rematch of the World Championship final between Gary Anderson and Adrian Lewis along with an always eagerly anticipated encounter between Phil Taylor and Raymond van Barneveld.

Week Two is headlined by Michael van Gerwen vs Gary Anderson and the high quality matches just keep coming and coming.

Here is a full list of the fixtures.

2016 Betway Premier League Fixtures

Night One – February 4 – First Direct Arena, Leeds

Peter Wright v Michael Smith

Michael van Gerwen v James Wade

Phil Taylor v Raymond van Barneveld

Gary Anderson v Adrian Lewis

Robert Thornton v Dave Chisnall

Night Two – February 11 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

Michael Smith v Robert Thornton

Raymond van Barneveld v Peter Wright

Adrian Lewis v Dave Chisnall

Gary Anderson v Michael van Gerwen

James Wade v Phil Taylor

Night Three – February 18 – 3Arena, Dublin

Peter Wright v James Wade

Dave Chisnall v Michael Smith

Phil Taylor v Gary Anderson

Michael van Gerwen v Adrian Lewis

Robert Thornton v Raymond van Barneveld

Night Four – February 25th – GE Oil & Gas Arena, Aberdeen

Adrian Lewis v James Wade

Gary Anderson v Raymond van Barneveld

Michael van Gerwen v Michael Smith

Phil Taylor v Dave Chisnall

Peter Wright v Robert Thornton

Night Five – March 3 – Westpoint Arena,  Exeter

Phil Taylor v Adrian Lewis

Dave Chisnall v James Wade

Robert Thornton v Gary Anderson

Peter Wright v Michael van Gerwen

Michael Smith v Raymond van Barneveld

Night Six – March 10 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

Michael Smith v Gary Anderson

Peter Wright v Adrian Lewis

Raymond van Barneveld v James Wade

Robert Thornton v Phil Taylor

Dave Chisnall v Michael van Gerwen

Night Seven – March 17 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

James Wade v Robert Thornton

Adrian Lewis v Michael Smith

Michael van Gerwen v Phil Taylor

Gary Anderson v Peter Wright

Raymond van Barneveld v Dave Chisnall

Night Eight – March 24 – Echo Arena, Liverpool

James Wade v Michael Smith

Gary Anderson v Dave Chisnall

Adrian Lewis v Raymond van Barneveld

Michael van Gerwen v Robert Thornton

Phil Taylor v Peter Wright

Night Nine (Judgement Night) – March 31 – Motopoint Arena, Cardiff

Dave Chisnall v Peter Wright

Raymond van Barneveld v Michael van Gerwen

Robert Thornton v Adrian Lewis

Michael Smith v Phil Taylor

James Wade v Gary Anderson

Fixtures for remaining League Nights to be confirmed following Night Nine (Judgement Night).

Night Ten – April 7 – Sheffield Arena

Night 11 – April 14 – The SSE Arena, Belfast

Night 12 – April 21 – Bournemouth International Centre

Night 13 – April 28 – The Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

Night 14 – May 5 – The Manchester Arena

Night 15 – May 12 – The Ahoy Arena, Rotterdam

Play-Offs – May 19 – The O2, London

I have also compiled a handy fixture guide showing all of the player’s individual fixtures in what should be an easy to follow format. To compliment this I have added in a form guide on the Head to Head record over recent meetings (last 6 matches) for each player.

2016 PLD Fixtures

Unfortunately it won’t tell you who is going to win each match but may help point you in the direction of when each individual player faces an opponent who they fare well against or struggle against. You can also see when each player has a potentially more favourable run of fixtures when they might pick up vital points, or also when they might have a tough run of fixtures.

*On some platforms the guide might not enlarge sufficiently if this is the case you can access a larger version on my twitter feed @3dartanalyst

I hope you find the guide useful, I will be producing plenty of stats and analysis throughout the Premier League so don’t forget to check back here and on my twitter account @3dartanalyst

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