By Alex Moss
6 APRIL 2017 • 8:15AM

Raymond van Barneveld can become only the second player in history to reach 200 points in the Premier League when he plays twice in Dublin tonight.

The 2014 Premier League champion is currently on 197 points in the All-Time Points table for the tournament, and can reach the milestone by picking up three points from his games against Phil Taylor and James Wade this evening.

Van Barneveld has been an ever present in the Premier League since joining the PDC in 2006, and has reached the play-offs in eight of his 11 seasons in the competition so far.

The Dutchman has won his last four matches in this year’s event, beating Jelle Klaasen, Gary Anderson, Michael van Gerwen and Wade in consecutive weeks and sits in third place in the current table on 12 points.

Phil Taylor has accrued the most points in Premier League history, with the six-time winner amassing 276 points so far, while van Barneveld’s 197-point haul is the second most in the tournament’s history.

Premier League All-Time Points Table
1. Phil Taylor 276pts
2. Raymond van Barneveld 197pts
3. James Wade 130pts
4. Adrian Lewis 126pts
5. Michael van Gerwen 111pts
6, Gary Anderson 93pts
7. Peter Wright 63pts
= Simon Whitlock 63pts
9. Terry Jenkins 49pts
10. Peter Manley 42pts
11. Dave Chisnall 41pts
12. Colin Lloyd 37pts
13. Robert Thornton 30pts
14. Roland Scholten 28pts
15. John Part 26pts
16. Wayne Mardle 25pts
= Andy Hamilton 25pts
= Mervyn King 25pts
19. Ronnie Baxter 21pts
20. Dennis Priestley 13pts
21. Wes Newton 11pts
= Stephen Bunting 11pts
= Kevin Painter 11pts
24. Jelle Klaasen 9pts
25. Mark Dudbridge 8pts
26. Kim Huybrechts 7pts
27. Mark Webster 5pts
28. Michael Smith 3pts
BOLD = still in this year’s Premier League

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