Michael van Gerwen stays at Premier League summit after beating James Wade
Michael van Gerwen maintained his position at the top of the Premier League table with a 7-5 victory over James Wade in Dublin.
The world number one came back from 4-2 behind, taking out 138 in the final leg to deny Wade, set on 41, a draw and move two points ahead of Peter Wright and Raymond van Barneveld.
Wright produced a sensational comeback to salvage a 6-6 draw against struggling Dave Chisnall.
Chisnall raced into a 6-3 lead, throwing seven 180s, but Wright, inactive in Cardiff last week following Kim Huybrechts' withdrawal for family reasons, roared back to claim a point.
Phil Taylor, in his 200th Premier League game, and Adrian Lewis boosted their play-off hopes courtesy of 7-3 victories over Van Barneveld and Gary Anderson respectively.
Van Barneveld then bounced back from his earlier defeat in his second visit to the oche, hammering Wade 7-2 in the final match of night 10.