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Ronnie O’Sullivan v Ding Live Streaming : Watch The Masters Snooker Today



Ronnie O’Sullivan takes on Ding Junhui in the first round of The Masters snooker today.

The match is scheduled to begin at 1PM. Here’s all you need to know to watch O’Sullivan v Ding this afternoon.

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The Tournament has been moved to the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes from its normal home in London and it looks to be an interesting card.

This first round match up at The Masters looks set to be a pulsating tie, and following an opening day shock with Neil Robertson crashing out to Yan Bingtao, while Mark Selby lost to Scotsman Stephen Maguire yesterday there’s everything to play for with a winners cheque of £250,000 to take home for the victor.

O’Sullivan is the pre tournament favourite and is still available to back at 3/1 – ‘The Rocket’ will be gunning for his eighth Masters victory. That looks all the more likely with Robertson and Mark Selby crashing out yesterday, & Judd Trump not taking part due to Covid.

Predictably, Ronnie O’Sullivan is the favourite to progress to round two today and is available at 2/5 to win the match, while Ding Junhui can be backed at 2/1.

In this first to 6 contest, O’Sullivan can be backed at around 20/1 to whitewash his opponent 6-0, while if you fancy O’Sullivan to win in a final frame thriller you can take the odds of 7/1.

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