2024 Premier League: Nathan Aspinall Makes Bold Prediction Before Luke Littler Clash in Brighton

As Premier League Night Six approaches, Aspinall aims to extend his streak against Littler in Brighton, backed by confidence and respect, setting the stage for a thrilling clash.

Louis Hobbs
Louis Hobbs

Last Updated: 2024-03-06

Wade McElwain

4 minutes read

Aspinall’s Ascendancy

As Premier League Darts descends upon the vibrant city of Brighton for its sixth night of electrifying action, all eyes are on Nathan Aspinall as he gears up to face his Target teammate and rising star, Luke Littler, in what promises to be a compelling showdown at the Brighton Centre.


Fresh off a stunning victory in Exeter, where Aspinall halted Michael van Gerwen's three-win streak to secure his first Premier League Night triumph, the Englishman finds himself riding high on a wave of confidence. Breaking into the top-four playoff spots for the first time this season, Aspinall's form is nothing short of formidable as he continues to assert his presence among the sport's elite.

Respect Amidst Rivalry with Littler

Reflecting on his recent success with, Aspinall exuded self-assurance, declaring, "I’ve gone back-to-back final and won in Exeter. I’m full of confidence and you can see that with how I’m playing. I want to be here; I want to be playing the big players every week."


Yet, amidst his unwavering determination, Aspinall maintains a profound respect for his opponent, acknowledging Littler's contributions to the sport's global reach. "Forget how good Luke is at darts, the sport is now global because of him," Aspinall remarks, paying homage to Littler's influence behind the scenes.

Banter and Bravado

However, as the spotlight shifts to their impending clash in Brighton, Aspinall leaves no room for doubt, boldly asserting his intentions. "Rest assured I’m going to smash him in Brighton," he declares with conviction, underlining his unwavering belief in his own abilities.


In a testament to their competitive camaraderie, Aspinall playfully exchanges banter with Littler, teasingly asserting, "I keep telling Luke [Littler], the next time we meet on that stage, I’m going to batter him."



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Training Ground Showdown

Drawing from their training sessions, where Aspinall maintains an unbeaten record against his youthful counterpart, he remains undeterred by Littler's past exploits, emphasising, "He also knows what I can do. We train together regularly, and he’s never beaten me in practice. He hit that fantastic nine against me in Bahrain, but it’ll be a different story in Brighton.”


Indeed, while Littler's dazzling performance in the Ladbrokes UK Open quarterfinals showcases his burgeoning talent, Aspinall remains resolute in his belief that their encounter in Brighton will yield a different outcome.

Anticipation Builds

As Premier League Night Six unfolds against the backdrop of Brighton's bustling atmosphere, all eyes will be on Aspinall and Littler as they prepare to lock horns in a clash of skill, determination, and unwavering ambition. With Aspinall poised to extend his dominance and Littler eager to make his mark, the stage is set for an enthralling spectacle that promises to captivate darts enthusiasts worldwide.

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