Mark Selby vs Robert Milkins
During this particular round of the ongoing Snooker Championship League, Mark Selby will face off against Robert Milkins. Milkins is the underdog in this match, while Mark Selby will be the favorite despite the fact that he has lost each of his previous four matches.Claim Your Registration Bonus!
Mark Selby - Selby to win
Mark Anthony Selby, a four-time World Snooker Champion, has been ranked as high as number one in the world several times, and his 21 career ranking victories put him in seventh place in the all-time list of ranking tournament winners. To go along with his four world titles, he also has three Masters and two UK Championship victories for a total of nine Triple Crown victories, tying him with John Higgins and placing him fourth all-time behind Ronnie O'Sullivan (21), Stephen Hendry (18), and Steve Davis (16). (15). Both the 2008 Masters and the 2008 Welsh Open were landmark victories for him. He has won the World Championship three times in the span of four years (2014–2017). He has held the top spot in the world rankings on many occasions, first in September 2011 and then for more than four years straight, from February 2015 to March 2019. He has accumulated over 750 professional century breaks and four maximum breaks.
Robert Milkins - Milkins won’t be an easy opponent
Since reclaiming his tour card in 1998, Robert Milkins has established himself as a consistent competitor on the PGA Tour. Milkins is regarded as one of the most naturally talented and fastest players in the game. In 2014, Milkins achieved a career high ranking of 12, and for the past twenty years, he has been ranked in or near the top 32 in the world. He had been working as a professional for 27 years prior to winning his maiden ranking title in 2022 at the Gibraltar Open. After making consistent progress over the course of four seasons and advancing to the final 16 of the World Snooker Championship on occasion, he did not go past the first round of competition again for the next three years after reaching the last 16 in 2002.
Expert Betting Tips
Despite the fact that Robert Milkins is the underdog in this match, we anticipate a lot of excellent play from him even if he does not end up winning. In their previous encounter, he prevailed over Selby by a score of 1-3. However, we anticipate that Mark Selby will prevail in this match. Therefore, if both players have good performances, they will have at least two points between them at the end of the match. As a victory in this match must be achieved in up to three frames, we anticipate a total of over 4.5 rounds being played. As a consequence of this, Robert Milkins will also have the ability to cover the spread.