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Michael van Gerwen sends warning to Luke Littler and other rivals ahead of Premier League Darts second night

Michael van Gerwen sends warning to Luke Littler and other rivals ahead of Premier League Darts second night

Michael van Gerwen and Luke Littler will be in action as the Premier League darts return.

Michael van Gerwen has sent a warning to Luke Littler and his other rivals ahead of night two of Premier League darts.

On the opening night of the 2024 Premier League, Dutchman Van Gerwen was beaten by Michael Smith in the quarter-finals.

On Sunday, Van Gerwen was beaten by Stephen Bunting in the Cazoo Masters final in Milton Keynes.

Speaking ahead of the second night of the Premier League, which is set to be held in Berlin, Germany, Van Gerwen has sent out a warning to his rivals.

He said, as per Sky Sports: “There is lots more to come from me.

“I was a little shaky the whole game against Michael (Smith), and this just shouldn't happen to me. Simple as that.”

Van Gerwen continued: “I am not in form yet. I'm still struggling here and there, and I know I can do a lot better.

“You have to perform at the right moments. I have a lot to gain, but you have to work hard for it.”

Van Gerwen will take on Nathan Aspinall in the quarter-final in Berlin, with Littler taking on Rob Cross.

If things go their way, Van Gerwen and Littler could meet in the final.

The full lineup of Premier League night two:


Nathan Aspinall v Michael van Gerwen

Michael Smith v Gerwyn Price

Luke Littler v Rob Cross

Luke Humphries v Peter Wright


Aspinall/Van Gerwen v Smith/Price

Littler/Cross v Humphries/Wright


Aspinall/Van Gerwen/Smith/Price v Littler/Cross/Humphries/Wright


On opening night in Cardiff, Wales, it was St. Helen’s Smith who won after beating home favourite Gerwyn Price in the final.

Speaking after his victory, Smith said: “Winning is winning, and I love to do it!

“There are still plenty of things to work on, but to get five points on the opening night is always nice!”

He added: “I sent out a statement saying I know how to win - even if I'm struggling, I can still take out important shots and put everything together at the right time.

“I've got momentum going into night two, and there's no pressure on me to chase points.”

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports/Getty

Topics: Luke Littler, Darts