DAN DAWSON has been crowned champion of the inaugural PDC Pundits' Predictions League.

Six famous faces have been battling it out throughout the 2019 Unibet Premier League for the right to be crowned top predictor.

At the conclusion of the 16 league phase nights, PDCTV-HD commentator Dawson and two-time World Matchplay Champion Rod Harrington were level on 53 points at the top of the table.

The pair faced-off for one final time at the Premier League Play-Offs at The O2, predicting the scores of the semi-finals and the overall winner.

Dawson correctly predicted that Rob Cross would defeat James Wade 10-5 in the semi-finals, which saw him clinch the title by the narrowest of margins.

Thanks go to Dawson, Harrington, Colin Lloyd, Peter Manley, Paul Nicholson and Alan Warriner-Little for taking part across the 16 weeks.

Play-Offs Predictions (one point for correct outcome, three points for correct scoreline:

Rod Harrington:
Michael van Gerwen 10-6 Daryl Gurney - ONE POINT
Rob Cross 10-7 James Wade - ONE POINT

Overall winner: Michael van Gerwen - ONE POINT

Dan Dawson:
Michael van Gerwen 10-6 Daryl Gurney - ONE POINT
Rob Cross 10-5 James Wade - THREE POINTS

Overall winner: Michael van Gerwen - ONE POINT

Pundits' Predictions League table final standings (PDC)