Jonny Clayton finished top of the newly formatted Premier League table, becoming only the fourth player to do so and he's 13/8 to go on and lift the trophy for a second successive season. Five time winner Michael van Gerwen is the favourite to go all the way at 11/8, his semi-final opponent James Wade is 11/2 to be crowned champion, the same odds as debutant Joe Cullen.
There's been a lot of talk about this campaign and the changes that have been made to the format. With so many tournaments on the circuit and players coming up against each other more and more frequently, I'm not certain that the changes made are the ones that were required.
It's needed freshening up for some time but in my opinion, while it's now a better spectacle for the fans watching live, it's now too similar to every other tournament and further alterations need to be made going forward.
We've already seen two nine dart finishes in this, the 18th edition of the event, if you think we'll see one on finals night, it's 7/2.
Ferret to fire past The Rockstar
The Welshman has undoubtedly been the most consistent performer in the tournament this season and I expect him to carry on that good form and triumph over Joe Cullen at 4/9 to book his place in this year's final.
The two have already met six times in this year's event with Clayton winning four of those encounters.
Cullen is looking to become just the third Premier League player to lift the trophy on debut, something his semi-final opponent achieved last year. His gritty determination has helped him get to Berlin and I think we'll see a high scoring affair between two of the biggest 180 hitters in the world of darts in 2022. If you think they will produce over 10.5 180s between them, it is 11/10.
Revenge could be sweet for MvG
Monday night will be the last time we see Michael van Gerwen in action for a few weeks as he goes off for wrist surgery to help relieve the pins and needles that he is starting to feel in both hands.
The Green Machine has confirmed that his issue isn't impacting his performances but the operation is more of a preventative measure.
He takes on the man who beat him convincingly in the World Series of Darts on Saturday despite not putting in a stellar performance himself. Wade did what he needed to against the Dutchman who looked subdued, perplexed and at times annoyed with how poorly he was playing.
We know that Mighty Mike is no longer the dominant force he once was, we know that it's now quite common to see him follow up a commanding performance with an average in the low 90s and maybe his upcoming break away from the game will help him to reset mentally.
MvG will be determined to go out on a high though and he is 4/6 to win the match and hit the most 180s.
We have seen some strong combination finishing from him of late, he is 5/6 to checkout 120+.