World Snooker Championship 2022
Kyren Wilson vs. Stuart Bingham
Crucible Theater (Sheffield)
Kyren Wilson is confident to win this World Snooker Championship 2022 after the incredible win against Ding Jun Hui. He is all set to face Stuart Bingham on 24th April at the Crucle Theatre to secure a win yet again.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Kyren Wilson – The Warrior
Kyren Wilson's stellar record at the Crucible continued on Wednesday night with a dramatic first round triumph against Ding Junhui, and he claims his Sheffield success is simply a result of putting in extra effort for the sport's premier championship.
The Warrior was dealt a difficult opening match at the Crucible, with the 14-time ranking event champion advancing through qualifying to face a seed.
The match lived up to expectations, with Ding hitting three tonnes and Wilson hitting two and two more over 90 in a 10-8 triumph. Wilson lost on his Crucible debut in 2014, but has since reached the quarter-finals on five of his six outings to South Yorkshire, including two semi-finals and a final.
Stuart Bingham – Ball Run
Stuart Bingham, a former world champion, has had an unspectacular season, failing to contend for any trophy.
Aside from reaching the final of the Invitational Championship League, Ballrun hasn't had much success in the business end of competitions.
The 45-year-old advanced to the World Grand Prix semi-finals, when he was defeated by eventual winner Ronnie O'Sullivan. The only other occasion he advanced past the early stages was in the recent Gibraltar Open, when he reached the quarter-finals.
Conquering the Crucible in 2015 will always be a highlight on Bingham's snooker resume, and he came dangerously close to replicating the feat last year. Mark Selby barely denied him a return to the final in a tense last-four match in Sheffield.
Expert Betting Tips
Kyren Wilson will win with 3 or more points; bet on handicap Stuart Bingham (+2.5) to win.
Stuart Bingham will secure atleast 2 or more centuries in the game; bet on Stuart Bingham total centuries over 1.5 to win.
Kyren Wilson’s 100-point break will be lesser than 2.5; bet on Kyren Wilson 100-point break less than 2.5 to win.
- Handiсap Stuart Bingham (+2.5) for 1.87
- Stuart Bingham Total Centuries Over 1.5 for 1.81
- Kyren Wilson 100-point break less than 2.5 for 1.80