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Michael van Gerwen is the 2018 Unibet Premier League Darts Champion!
The Dutch superstar produced his best performance of the entire tournament to land his third Premier League crown in a row.
van Gerwen's 11-4 win against Michael Smith was nothing short of perfection, as he thrashed 'Bully Boy', who just couldn't live with the world number one.
In a blink of an eye Michael van Gerwen has produced an absolute masterclass in the Premier League Darts final.
van Gerwen has averaged over 120 in the first half of the match, and leads Smith 7-1.
Phenomenal darts from the Green Machine!!
What a performance from Michael Smith!
The 'Bully Boy' defeats his good friend and mentor Gary Anderson 10-6 at London's O2 Arena to book a place in the final, where he will face Michael van Gerwen, who beat Rob Cross earlier in the evening.
Smith will head in as underdog, but he will gain huge encouragement from that Anderson victory.
Final to come......
Michael Smith keeps his nose in front as the players head into the break.
Smith leads 6-4, but Gary Anderson will walk off the stage ruing a host of missed doubles.
If he can iron out his finishing problems then Anderson still has a huge chance to face van Gerwen in the final.
It's another quickfire clash unfolding at the O2 Arena, and it's advantage Michael Smith in the early stages of his match with Gary Anderson.
The 'Bully Boy' has shown very few nerves in his first appearance in Finals Night, and he leads the 'Flying Scotsman' 4-3.
This could go all the way.....
With van Gerwen safely in the final, we now turn our attentions to the second match of the night and it's Michael Smith who is first on stage.
He is then followed by Gary Anderson, and the good friends embrace in front of a huge crowd.
This should be another stunning semi-final.
Michael van Gerwen has booked his place in tonight's Premier League Darts final with a 10-6 win over Rob Cross.
In front from the off, van Gerwen dominated world champion Cross for most of the match, and never looked in danger.
He will now sit back and watch Michael Smith and Gary Anderson do battle for the honour to play MvG in the final
Delightful darts from the reigning champion.