Cazoo Premier League Playoffs Betting: Michael Smith -115

  • Gerwyn Price is favored by 2.5-leg against Jonny Clayton in the semi-finals of the Premier League Darts Play-Offs.
  • World No.1 Michael Smith has -115 odds to win outright against Michael van Gerwen.

LONDON – The 2023 Premier League Darts Play-Offs odds list Gerwyn Price as a 2.5-leg favorite against Jonny Clayton. Gerwyn Price has defeated Jonny Clayton by four or more legs in three of their last four head-to-head matches.

Player: Spread: Moneyline: Total:
Gerwyn Price -2.5 (-120) -275 O16.5 (-115)
Jonny Clayton +2.5 (-110) +200 U16.5 (-115)

Gerwyn Price has value for his -120 odds at online gambling sites to cover the 2.5-leg spread in his favor. The two correct score outcomes with the shortest odds are 10-7 and 10-5 in favor of Price, with both outcomes covering the spread.

With the Premier League Darts Play-Offs semifinals being a best of 19 leg contest instead of 11, the over/under stands at 16.5 for the match. Price’s head-to-head dominance favors the under with -115 odds.

Player: Spread: Moneyline: Total:
Michael Smith -1.5 (+125) -115 O16.5 (-135)
Michael van Gerwen +1.5 (-165) -115 U16.5 (+105)

The second match of the Cazoo Premier League Play-Offs semi-finals features a pick ‘em between Michael Smith and Michael van Gerwen. The current World No. 1 Michael Smith and long-time former World No. 1 Michael Van Gerwen each have -115 odds to win.

Michael van Gerwen is surprisingly favored to cover the 1.5-leg spread despite a recent injury and lack of matchup success against Smith. Van Gerwen withdrew from the semifinals of Thursday’s Night 16 event where he injured his shoulder.

Michael Smith has covered a 1.5-leg spread against Michael van Gerwen in each of his last two victories against him. Smith defeated van Gerwen in recent Premier League Darts Night 15 and 16, making him the best bet on mobile gambling sites to win outright with -115 odds.

The first match of the Premier League Darts Play-Offs semifinals begins at 2:15 p.m. ET on Thursday.