Its the UK Snooker Championship Final with Mark Selby v Neil Robertson live streaming from the Barbican, as the latest odds released suggest that Selby his the value at 11/8.
After a week and a bit of scintillating snooker action, it all comes down to one game to decide who will become the williamhill.com UK Championship champion.
Mark Selby takes on Neil Robertson and it’s shaping up to be an epic final.
UK SNOOKER FINAL – SELBY v ROBERTSON
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The jester from Leicester saw off Ricky Walden 9-5 in the previous round – and made a sensational 147 maximum break in the process while Robertson survived an astonishing fight back from Stuart Bingham to sneak over the line in a match that many punters will remember for a long time.
The World’s number one player led 8-3 in a first to nine match, but Bingham, with the pressure off started to play some brilliant stuff and won five games in a row to level the match. But one last push from the Aussie in the final frame was enough to scrape him into another major final.
If Roberson wins he will complete the ‘triple crown’ of titles in BBC events having won the World Championship in 2010 and the Masters in 2012.
He heads into the final as a slight favourite too as the bookmakers have priced up the match with Robertson at 8/11.
However, looking at the markets this morning, there seems to be plenty of faith behind Selby’s price of 11/8 as he’s such a tough player to grind down.
That never-say-attitude is always a key component to focus on from a punting perspective in a major final like this and with that in mind, we would rather be backer than a layer at Selby’s odds-against price.
The correct score betting as always is attracting plenty of attention from the crowds, and with such a tight game expected, it’s not surprising to see 10-9 either way being backed at 19/2.
If you fancy one of the players to run riot, which Robertson has the talent to do so, then 10-2 and 10-1 are trading around the 40/1 and 80/1 mark, respectively.
After Selby majestic and historic 147 in the semi-final against Walden, some punters may want to have a dabble on the 20/1 with most firms for one of the two finalists to achieve a maximum break again.
It was the 100th official maximum break in snooker history.
Selby pocketed £50,000+ for the achievement, which including some superb late shots on the brown and pink before a near impossible black, which he somehow caressed into the middle pocket from a very tricky angle.