Snooker World Championship 2022
Qualification Round 4
English Institute of Sport (Sheffield)
Noppon Saengkham vs. Robert Milkins
Noppon Saengkham and Robert Milkins are participating in the World Championship Round 4 against each other, and only one will advance to the next round. On April 13, 2022, the match will be held at the English Institute of Sport (Sheffield). More information will be provided when it becomes available.Get Your Sign-Up Bonus!
Noppon Saengkham - The Thailand Gem
To qualify for the China Open, Saengkham beat Tom Ford 5–3. He won 5–3 against Robert Milkins before losing 5–2 to Stuart Bingham. Saengkham was one win away from qualifying for the World Championship after defeating Jak Jones 10–5 and Anthony Hamilton 10–9. He defeated Lee Walker 10–8 after coming back from a 6–3 deficit. He then faced Neil Robertson in the first round. Saengkham lost the first session 8–1 and was crushed 10–4 despite winning three of the following four frames. With the run, he concluded the season ranked 64th in the world.
Robert Milkins – The Milkman
In the final qualifying round, he defeated six-time runner-up Jimmy White 10–5 to qualify for the World Championship for the first time in eight years. Milkins was paired against world number two and 2010 winner Neil Robertson in the first round, and overcame him 10–8 after trailing 2–5. Milkins afterwards regarded the win as the finest of his career. In the second round, he was 3–9 down against Ricky Walden, but surged back into the match to only trail 10–11 before falling short of completing a spectacular comeback as Walden took the two frames he needed to claim a 13–11 victory. His strong season saw him leap 18 places in the rankings to world number 18, the highest he has ever finished a season.
Expert Betting Tips
In the past World Championship, Noppon beat Milkins without any hassle and is able to do that this year as well; bet on 1x2 Noppon Saengkham to win.
The total frames in this match will be under 16.5; bet on total frames under 16.5 to win.
Noppon Saengkham won’t miss out on the opportunity to win the first frame; bet on Noppon Saengkham to win the first frame.
- 1x2 Noppon Saengkham for 1.865
- Total frames under 16.5 for 2.08
- 1st frame winner Noppon Saengkham for 1.83