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Premier League Podcast - A chat with the expert Hawaii 501

by Target Darts | Premier League Podcast

Target duo Rob Cross and Raymond van Barneveld have guaranteed they will compete in the second phase of the Premier League season, heading into Judgement Night next week.

That is despite both suffering setbacks on week eight of the tournament in Belfast, where #TeamTarget could not add to their points tally.

Former League Champion “Barney” shared the first four legs with world number one Michael van Gerwen, before slipping to a 7-2 defeat.

Meanwhile, World Champion Rob Cross was edged-out 7-5 by Daryl Gurney, who hit an astonishing nine 180s in front of his home crowd in Northern Ireland.

Cross remains in the top four in the table, heading into Judgement Night in Liverpool where he faces Gary Anderson, while van Barneveld is poised just outside the playoff spots ahead of his clash with Michael Smith.

The next action is this weekend on the European Tour, where Cross will compete alongside fellow Target professionals Dave Chisnall, Alan Norris, Stephen Bunting and Adrian Lewis at the German Darts Grand Prix in Munich – with the action shown live on PDC TV and various bookmakers’ websites across the world.

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