Ledbury darts star Terry Jenkins will hope to end a run of four successive Premier League defeats when he takes on high-flying Mervyn King in Cardiff.
Despite the disappointing run Jenkins remains upbeat about his prospects for the remainder of the tournament.
"I'm not too worried really at the moment because I've played quite well in the first half of the season.
"If I'd played rubbish every week I'd be disappointed but my form has been pretty good," he added.
After draws in his opening two Premier League matches Jenkins then picked up an 8-6 win over Adrian Lewis in Belfast.
Since then he has found the going tough but remains optimistic he can turn things around in the second half of the season.
"If I can get a win against Mervyn on Thursday 1 April and then another win next week I could be back in the top four which shows how tight the league table is," he said.
"Last week was my worst game when I lost 8-6 against James Wade.
"Mervyn is consistent and that's one big thing about his game so you have to try and get an early lead against him because you can then make him think a bit about his game."