'Peter Wright came up short because he played the most successful player the world of darts has ever seen" - Wayne Mardle applauds Phil Taylor's World Matchplay triumph.
Wayne Mardle and John Part discuss whether 15-time World Matchplay champion Phil Taylor should retire if he wins another title in Blackpool.
Wayne Mardle is against darts being included in the Olympics, saying the World Championship should always be the main event.
Can Phil Taylor beat Michael van Gerwen in the quarter-finals of the World Matchplay on Friday night? Wayne Mardle assesses his chances.
Wayne Mardle looks into his crystal ball before the World Matchplay kicks off in Blackpool...
Wayne Mardle reflects on a memorable World Cup of Darts and the best player on planet darts rising to the occasion.
Ahead of the World Cup of Darts, we've asked Wayne Mardle about the things you've always wanted to know about the team tournament.
Wayne Mardle reflects on missed opportunities for the Power, an undeserved defeat for Peter Wright, and a ruthless Premier League champion.
Wayne Mardle is hoping for a fairy tale Premier League ending after witnessing Phil Taylor crush world No 1 Michael van Gerwen in Sheffield.
The hunt for the Premier League Darts' play-offs is hotting up, but Wayne Mardle knows who will edge ahead...
Wayne Mardle looks into his crystal ball and picks out the winners and losers as the Premier League heads to Belfast on Thursday night.
Adrian Lewis’ return to form was the catalyst for his nine-darter, believes Wayne Mardle.
Gary Anderson and Peter Wright play twice each, so how will that affect Premier League Darts?
Wayne Mardle looks into his crystal ball and picks out the winners and losers as the Premier League heads to the Emerald Isle this Thursday night.
"The Premier League is brilliantly poised and couldn't be any closer" - Wayne Mardle gives his assessment ahead of the second half of the season.
Hawaii 501 is back and gazing into the crystal ball to deliver his predictions for Week Nine as Premier League Darts hits Cardiff.
After Michael van Gerwen recorded the longest unbeaten run in televised history, Wayne Mardle said "in today's climate, it is absolutely ridiculous".
With elimination looming, Wayne Mardle looks into his crystal ball to predict the results from Premier League Night Eight in Manchester.
Wayne Mardle said he was "worried" Rotterdam wouldn't match last year, but admitted the sold-out crowd at the Ahoy Arena made it another special night.
How will Michael van Gerwen, Raymond van Barneveld and Jelle Klassen get on in Rotterdam? Wayne Mardle looks into his crystal ball...
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