Anthony McGill vs Si Jiahui
Stadthalle ( Fürth)
The European Masters is a professional snooker tournament held in August 2022. There will be eight tournaments in the 2022-23 BetVictor Series, the second of which will be this tournament. This European Masters tournament will be contested for the second time in 2022, following the European Masters in February of that year. The grand prize is £80,000, out of a total prize pool of £422,000.Get Your Welcome Bonus!
Anthony McGill - looking to dominate the Chinese
Anthony McGill will set his sights on beating Jiahui in the first round of the European Masters, the first 32 rounds leading up to the championship. In the qualification round of this competition, McGill defeated Alexander Ursenbacher by a score of 5-4, setting them up nicely for this upcoming round. When he competes on Tuesday, McGill, currently rated 18th in snooker, is anticipated to be at the height of his abilities.
Si Jihaui - the underdog will hope to put up a challenge
This match is not one that you should put your money on the Chinese professional to win. Despite this, he will enter this encounter with the expectation that he will put up a good fight and present a challenge that will make things difficult for the Scottish. As a result, he will hold out hope that he will have the opportunity to triumph. In his most recent five matches, he has had a record of two victories, two ties, and one loss by a 6-5. The player ranked 97th will be prepared to play at his best skills and strategies in this match to compete for the win and advance to the next round.
Expert Betting Tips
Both players have faced off twice in the past two years, with both matches ending in victories for the Chinese player. The Scottish seems to be the best pick for this match because he will do everything he can to overthrow his previous losses to Jiahui. Even though this match is anticipated to be very difficult and close, the odds favor the Scottish player.
- Over 99.5 Total (1 Frame ) for 1.72
- Over 7.5 Total Frames 2-Way for 1.83
- W1 Highest Scoring Break for 1.66