The other quartet of darts players will descend on the London O2 Arena for the Premier League Final showdown and Phil Taylor is the massive favourite to claim a title that will be fully deserved considering how well he has played over the last few weeks.
We have seen nine-dart finishes and 170 checkouts from The Power who is a best price 2/5 (Bet Victor free bets) to claim victory on the oche this coming Thursday and it remains to be seen whether anyone can live with the Stoke on Trent arrowsmith.
Taylor plays James Wade in the second semi-final of the night and Wade was clearly upset last week by the spectators jeering the man known as The Machine. The Aldershot man seems a little sensitive to the crowd calling out, although he does have the weaponry to push Taylor all the way and odds of 21/5 (Sportingbet) are available that he causes an upset.
Meanwhile, it has been an impressive Premier League debut for Andy Hamilton who reached the World Darts Championship final in January before losing to Adrian Lewis.
That performance was enough to secure his wildcard slot in this lucrative roadshow and the Hammer faces Simon Whitlock in the semi-final, someone he beat at the same stage of the Worlds at Alexandra Palace.
Hamilton is a 15/8 chance (Sportingbet £50 free bet) to set up a potential final against fellow Stokie Taylor, although Whitlock has looked rock solid for most of the season and there will be plenty of people looking to back the Australian at odds of 4/7 (Stan James).
The Wizard finished second in the regular standings, although he was easily beaten by Taylor in Liverpool and the same fate befell him in Birmingham against his arch-nemesis Hamilton.
The bookmakers are going to town for the final of the Premier League Darts, with an interesting market being the Most 180’s where Simon Whitlock is actually the 15/8 favourite ahead of Phil Taylor at 2/1.
Will we see a 9-darter in London? Boylesports go 8/1 about that happening, while it is 16/1 that this happens from The Power and 100/1 that Hamilton is the player to pull this off.