Mardle and Webster reflect on Durrant's Premier League woes: "He's got to try and find some enjoyment"
On duty for Sky Sports, they spoke to The Darts Show podcast about Glen Durrant's woes and where he goes from here as a result.
"I'm going to put it as simply as it's gone, get on with the next tournament and I say tournament where you play you win or you lose and you go home," said Mardle to The Darts Show podcast.
"This has been brutal because he's had to turn up night after night playing poorly and it's been said that if it was week after week, he might have dragged himself out of the hole he's in, he may not. We don't know."
"As for where he goes mentally and physically, he's got to address those problems by talking to people and see what they think about his mental state because he's shown frailties unfortunately."
Webster lost eight in a row during his Premier League campaign and he spoke about how his situation differed to Duzza but that he needs to find some enjoyment again.
"All it was with me was that I couldn't compete with the top players. I went away and did well on the rest of the tour, that's different for Glen, he knows he can compete as he's been three time World Champion and he's the defending champion of the Premier League. There's different fragilities there," said Webster to The Darts Show podcast.
"He's got to try and find some enjoyment whether that's playing with his mate at home and messing around. The only way you start enjoying darts unfortunately is by getting wins and feeling good about yourself."