Dave Chisnall finds out route to Premier League play-offs

Dave Chisnall. Picture: Lawrence Lustig.
Dave Chisnall. Picture: Lawrence Lustig.

Dave Chisnall still feels he can play better despite sitting second in the Betway Premier League Darts table.

Following Judgement Night in Manchester where the bottom two players, Kim Huybrechts and Peter Wright, were eliminated the Morecambe ace now knows who he will face in the remaining weeks of the £700,000 tournament.

The six league nights will determine who makes the play-offs in May at The O2 in London with Chisnall currently sitting pretty in the coveted top-four.

He plays twice at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield on Thursday, facing James Wade and Gary Anderson.

Chisnall then faces Phil Taylor in Aberdeen, Raymond van Barneveld in Cardiff, Adrian Lewis in Birmingham, Stephen Bunting in Newcastle and Michael van Gerwen in Brighton.

The top four then face off at the O2 on May 21.

Chisnall said: “I’m only playing well in the later stages of games.

“There’s plenty more to come from me.”