World Snooker Championship 2022
Anthony McGill vs. Judd Trump
Crucible Theatre (Sheffield)
Judd Trump’s performance has been inconsistent throughout the season. Judd Trump feels that playing one of snooker's finest will bring out the best in him; thus, he does not anticipate firing against Anthony McGill in round two. Let’s see how the match goes on 24th April at the Crucible Theatre to stay tuned.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Anthony McGill – The Smiling Assassin
Early in the game, Trump appeared befuddled as he was driven into the weeds by McGill's tenacious play, which played to his strengths to gain an edge.
McGill won with a gritty beginning, and the second followed a similar pattern to the first.
Trump produced one of the season's finest breaks of 14 by knocking in excellent pots without ever finding a position.
It came down to a war of the colors, and the 42-minute session appeared to be heading McGill's way until he knocked in a magnificent, long brown. But as the white tightened back and sank into the right-center, his expression went to thunder. It enabled Trump to bring in brown, blue, and pink to level the match.
Judd Trump – Juddernaut
Judd Trump has stated that he is not enjoying his snooker, and the early portions of his match with Anthony McGill in the second round of the World Championship at the Crucible in Sheffield must have been agony.
Judd Trump is known for his nasty snooker, but the early portions of his World Championship match against Anthony McGill in the second round were everything but.
The first three frames lasted an average of 33 minutes, with play slowed and both players committing simple blunders.
McGill won the third frame to take a 2-1 lead, prompting Trump to look at his watch in surprise at the time it took to play three frames while his opponent temporarily exited the stadium.
Expert Betting Tips
Judd Trump will win with 3 or more points; bet on Handicap Anthony McGill (+2.5) to win.
Total frames in this match will be 22 or less; bet on total frames under 22.5 to win.
There will be 5 total breaks of 100 points in this match; bet on total breaks of 100 points in the match – 5 to win.
- Handiсap Anthony McGill (+2.5) for 2.04
- Total Frames Under 22.5 for 1.9
- Total breaks of 100 points in the match – 5 for 4.00