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Phil Taylor v Dave Chisnall, how the match was lost.
9:29am Friday 14th March 2014 in Sport
Phil Taylor v Dave Chisnall.
1-0 - Taylor wins a nervy opening leg by landing double 16 at the fifth time of asking.
1-1 - Chisnall posts two 180s before landing double ten to level.
2-1 - Taylor hits a 180 and finishes 122 on the bull for a 12-darter to move back ahead.
3-1 - Taylor takes out 97 on double ten to break throw and move two legs clear.
3-2 - The pair trade 180s to leave finishes, with Taylor missing three darts to win the leg as Chisnall posts double four to reply.
4-2 - Taylor misses double six for a 126 finish, but Chisnall wires two darts at double 18 to allow the six-time Premier League champion back in on double three.
4-3 - Chisnall wires the bull for a 170 checkout, but is allowed to return when Taylor misses three darts at double ten, with the St Helens ace posting double four to break back.
4-4 - Chisnall opens with a 180 and lands tops to level the game.
5-4 - Taylor misses double 12 for a 144 finish and is off-target with five further doubles in his next two visits, but has enough cushion to return on double three to move back ahead.
5-5 - Taylor misses double five, and Chisnall takes out 72 on tops to level once again.
6-5 - Chisnall lands two 180s in the leg, but misses double 16 and eight to break for a point, and Taylor lands double 16 to secure a minimum of a point.
7-5 - Chisnall lands his seventh 180 of the game to leave 124 after 12 darts, but misses the bull to claim a draw as Taylor pins double 16 to take his second victory of the season.