A plethora of World Grand Prix snooker matches are going to be in play this week, and to be perfectly honest there are some outstanding betting opportunities available on many of those matches too.
This evening for example there are four matches scheduled, the first two of which will be starting at 19:00. The Mark Allen v Gary Wilson match is one that Allen is expected to win and that is a view shared by plenty of betting sites, for they are offering odds of around 3/10 on him winning, which let’s face it he should do.
The other match starting at 7pm tonight is the Ronnie O’Sullivan v Marco Fu match, and it would be a major shock if O’Sullivan didn’t win that match, much more so as his win odds of doing so are around the 1/5 on mark!
At 20:00 tonight you will be able to both watch and bet on the Stuart Bingham v Zhao Xintong match which should go the way of Bingham who is the 1/2 favourite to win that match and then at the same time as that match is in play the Barry Hawkins v Ryan Day match will also be in play and it is Hawkins who is the 8/11 favourite to win that match.
Tips for World Grand Prix Matches on the 5th of Feb
Tomorrow there will also be several matches in play as part of the World Grand Prix snooker tournament, and there are some stand-out bets in those matches too.
If you fancy putting together an accumulator bet then the players I would suggest you consider backing are Neil Robertson to beat Xiao Guodong at odds of 4/11, Mark Williams to beat Yuan Sijun at the same odds and also include Martin O’Donnell to beat Allister Carter, and take the odds of 8/5 on offer for him to do so.
To make your Acca bet complete and much bigger also consider backing Mark Davis at odds of 4/6 to beat Jimmy Robertson and also consider backing Ding Junhui at 8/11, Judd Trump at 1/5, Joe Perry at 8/15 and also Stephen Maguire at odds of 1/2, as they should all beat their opponents tomorrow.
Four Grand Prix Matches on the 6th of February
There will also be four afternoon snooker matches in play on the 6th of February, and as for the way those matches are likely to end, well, Mark Selby should beat Shaun Murphy and his current odds to do so are 4/7, David Gilbert also should win his match with no real effort as he is playing against Yan Bingtao.
The John Higgins v Noppon Saengkham match does look like it will go the way of Higgins who is on offer at odds of 4/9 and the final snooker match of the day sees Kyren Wilson up against Matthew Stevens, and it appears the smart money is lumping on Wilson to win that match based on his current win odds of 3/10!