Van Gerwen flush against Lewis, first Premier League points Klaasen
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Michael van Gerwen on Thursday in the fourth round of the Premier League Darts failed to win of Adrian Lewis. The world champion got stuck on 6-6. Jelle Klaasen picked up his first two points in Brighton convincing win of Dave Chisnall: 7-3.
Van Gerwen got against Lewis in the twelfth and final leg of the chance to the profits, but he missed a little bull’s eye to 170 to throw out. Lewis, who earlier in the party, however, once the maximum finish had listed, proposed, then a point is safe.
For ‘Mighty Mike’ meant that his second draw in the Premier League. Rather, it was his duel with Scotsman Gary Anderson, a repeat of the world cup final, in balance.
Van Gerwen won then of Peter Wright, from Scotland (7-3) and Klaasen (7-4).
Klaasen did Thursday do to win. He broke Chisnall three times, and walked out to a 6-2 lead over the Englishman, that the duel began with two points after three rounds. Crucial was the seventh leg, when the Englishman failed its arrears to bring it back to 4-3, then Klaasen managed 152 throw out.
Chisnall kept at 6-2 once more, his own place, but saw Klaasen then the decisive lay-up.
For the 32-year-old Klaasen, are the his first two Premier League points after three defeats in a row against, respectively, Wright (4-7), Anderson (3-7) and Van Gerwen (4-7).
Anderson got it Thursday, not to James Wade to beat (6-6), which makes Phil Taylor the chance to take the lead in the Premier League to tackle. He is in action against Kim Huybrechts.
Later on Thursday, close to Raymond van Barneveld in the evening in Brighton off with a match against Wright.
Summary: Results and program Premier League Darts