Ronnie O’Sullivan and Kyren Wilson are the final two at the World Snooker Championships, and they are expected to play out a fittingly dramatic encounter.
Owing to both their very difficult semi finals, we are suggesting it could go either way, but the winning margin will be under 5.5 frames at 10/11 with Coral.
Wilson is aiming to make history by winning his first championship, while O’Sullivan, widely known as the best snooker player possibly ever, is looking for his sixth crown.
But he hasn’t won since 2013, and this is no David vs Goliath clash.
Wilson knocked out reigning champion Judd Trump in the quarter finals.
Saturday/Sunday August 15/16, 1:30pm
The Crucible, Sheffield
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Both semi finals, between Wilson and Anthony McGill and O’Sullivan and Mark Selby, went the distance and ended 17-16.
O’Sullivan came back from the dead to show exactly why he is favourite in this clash.
Not only does he have more experience at this level, but he is also unstoppable when he gets going; the pace of his game was on point on Friday night.
But Wilson led from the start against Trump in the last eight, showing a big-game temperament.
We think this one could go the distance, and is very difficult to call.
But Wilson, at 9/2 with Betfair, is far from a wasted bet.