Michael van Gerwen dominated Night Four of the Cazoo Premier League, dropping just three legs on his way to victory in Exeter.

Van Gerwen whitewashed Peter Wright 6-0 in the final to become the fourth different winner in as many nights in the new-look Premier League's first month.

The five-time Premier League champion enjoyed a return to form at a sold-out Westpoint Exeter, kicking off the night with a 102.36 average in a 6-1 defeat of Jonny Clayton.

Van Gerwen backed that up with a 104.37 average in a 6-2 win over Michael Smith, before making it a hat-trick of wins on the night against Wright.

The Dutchman pockets the £10,000 top prize and five league points to climb to second in the table following a memorable return to winning ways.

"I think it was a really important win tonight, I've been waiting for this for quite a long time," said Van Gerwen.

"I didn't perform 100 per cent in the previous Premier League nights, but tonight I played some good darts.

"I think I deserved to win tonight and there's more to come, hopefully I can kick on for the rest of the tournament.

"I've been trying to develop my game and improve; winning tonight gives me confidence."

A one-sided final saw Van Gerwen at his clinical best, missing just two attempts at double and taking out a 134 finish to punish a below-par Wright.

Cardiff champion Wright had seen off world number one Gerwyn Price and James Wade with 6-2 victories by averaging over 100 in both games, but had no answer to Van Gerwen as he missed out in the final - although the Scot remains top of the table.

Losing semi-finalists Smith and Wade leave Exeter with two points each thanks to their respective quarter-final victories over Joe Cullen and Gary Anderson - with Smith picking up his first win of the season.