The UK Snooker Championship continues with Neil Robertson Stephen Maguire, Stuart Bingham Ronnie O Sullivan, Mark Allen Ricky Walden, Mark Selby Barry Hawkins all available live streaming with Bet365.
The Stoke based firm reports it is continuing its live stream service of the event, which is attracting plenty of attention from snooker fans and punters alike.
We’re now approaching the business end of the UK Snooker Championships and whether you’re a fan or not of the new format, the next few days of action on the table is dripping with class and some big match-ups to get excited about.
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With eight players remaining, and most of the big guns still intact, the four quarter final matches to be played on Thursday bring forward some excellent betting opportunities.
It all kicks off with Neil Robertson, who can be backed at 9/2 in the outright market, and Steven Maguire.
The World number one has looked in very good nick at the table this year having prepared immaculately for this event by purposely missing previous ranking events especially for the UK champs.
He made one of the tournament’s highest break of 141 in the last round and looks to be coming nicely to the boil.
His price for the win here is 1/2 but Maguire will be no pushover having seen off John Higgins 6-3 in the last round, playing some classy stuff in the process. The Scot will need to up his game again but 2/1 odds look pretty generous for victory.
On the adjacent table at 1:05, the crowd will be ramming into the Barbican to get a seat for the Ronnie O’Sullivan show against Stuart Bingham.
The Rocket has taken a while to get going in this competition dropping frames against Marcus Campbell but looked in fine fettle when demolishing the dangerous Robert Milkins 6-0 in the last round.
That fiery showing triggered a wave of money to lumped on the Chigwell man in the outright win market and he is now no bigger than 13/8 to win the tournament.
That looks a buying money job. He’ll have far too many guns for Bingham here, who is a 4/1 shot while O’Sullivan is a very well backed 2/9.
Mark Allen caused a minor upset in the last round when beating Judd Trump and he has generated plenty of market support at 8/13 to beat Ricky Walden in the evening’s first quarter final.
Walden may be a tougher opponent than people imagine though as he is a battler and showed those skills when grinding out a 6-4 win over Ding Junhui in the last round.
We like the 13/8 for his chances.
In the final game of the day, Mark Selby takes on Barry Hawkins, with the Jester from Leicester 8/15 and his talented opponent 13/8.
13:05 Neil Robertson v Stephen Maguire
13:05 Stuart Bingham v OSullivan
19:05 Mark Allen v Ricky Walden
19:05 Mark Selby v Barry Hawkins