Five time winner Ronnie O’Sullivan will take on world number eight Kyren Wilson in the 2020 Betfred World Snooker Championship final this weekend which will see fans, in reduced numbers, return to the famous Crucible arena as part of the government’s Covid-19 pilot scheme.
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Both players reached this weekend’s finale via a final frame decider.
The Rocket was down 16-14 against Mark Selby and on the verge of elimination when he fired in breaks of 138 and 71 to level the game. He then held his nerve to complete a gutsy comeback and secure his spot in the final for the seventh time in his career.
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Earlier Kyren Wilson reached his maiden World Championship final following an incredible final frame seeing off Scotsman Anthony McGill 17-16.
Like Ronnie, Wilson came from behind to force a final frame which saw McGill concede 35 points after missing a snooker eight times. Advantage Wilson. Not quite, though.
Wilson went in-off twice handing the initiative back to the Scot. With a chance to clear up and win the game McGill fluffed his lines, snookering himself behind the pink when screwing back for the green.
The drama didn’t stop there as Wilson went on to fluke the green and clinch the frame after 62 minutes. As Stephen Hendry said in commentary it was one of the most “bizarre” frames in World Championship history.
Wilson then, in his first ever World Championship Final, will be looking to win just his third ranking title, whilst Ronnie will be bidding for his 37th which will make him the most successful player in snooker history.
It’s no surprise then to see the Rocket as short as 3/10 to secure victory and outsider Wilson available at 11/4.
Following Friday’s drama and both semi finals going to a deciding frame it’s 7/1 for this weekend’s final to go the distance.
If Ronnie’s in the groove then he’ll be unstoppable and he’s 6/1 to score six match centuries. Wilson is 15/4 to score 3.
Wilson did win the last meeting between the two players 6-5 at the Welsh Open semi finals and he’s 18/1 to win by one frame again. In fact the last three meetings between the two have seen either player win by just a single frame. So don’t be too surprised if it’s a close run final in Sheffield.