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Premier League Darts

Premier League Darts

Week 11 of Premier League Darts takes us to Aberdeen, where eight of the world’s best players will take to the oche for some thrilling tungsten action at the GE Oil & Gas Arena. With just five weeks to go until the league’s top four face off in London to determine who takes the 2014 Premier League crown, it’s still all to play for at the top of the table. Week 10 saw the eight-man format for the first time following Wes Newton and Simon Whitlock’s respective eliminations; and while the league may have been two men lighter in Sheffield, the usual fireworks ensued. The action promises to be similarly exciting, with some of the game’s heavyweights going head-to-head in the Granite City.

The Chinese Grand Prix

The Chinese Grand Prix

The 5.451km circuit is located 35km northeast of Shanghai and first featured on the F1 calendar in 2004, with the race won by Ferrari's Rubens Barrichello. Six of the this year's field have won in Shanghai, with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari's 2013 winner Fernando Alonso looking to win for a third time this weekend. Nico Rosberg's second place in Bahrain means he retains the lead in the drivers' championship, albeit with a reduced gap back to second-placed Lewis Hamilton. The two Mercedes cars have dominated F1 so far this year. Can they add to their tally, or will someone else record a shock win?

Charlton v Bolton

Charlton v Bolton

Charlton missed a huge chance to pull clear of the drop zone in midweek by losing one of their games in hand at home to lowly Barnsley. That result didn't just frustrate the Addicks but pulled Barnsley to within two points of the South London club. Bolton are unbeaten in six games and have found some good form in the second half of the season. The Trotters have won three and drawn three of their last six away games too, making them favourites here.

Wigan v Reading

Wigan v Reading

Wigan's form has dipped in recent weeks after they jumped into the play off spots. The Latics have won just once in their last six games in all competitions and are not yet guaranteed a top six spot. Reading are just one spot below Wigan in the table and themselves seem to be doing all they can to miss out on the play offs. Sides behind this pair are finding form at the right time so this is a real six pointer for both.

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