Daniel Wells (@1.4) vs Nigel Bond (@2.88)

Our Prediction:

Daniel Wells will win

Daniel Wells – Nigel Bond Match Prediction | 04-10-2019 14:00

I would back Stevens due to all-round game and experience. In the second round, he got past a tricky tie against Chris Wakelin 10-7. I knew Tian Pengfei will throw the spanner into any works. Matthew Stevens qualified twice in the past four years and this is his favoured format. Like when he emphatically beat top seed Ryan Day 10-3. He is an enigma who performs better against top opponents and falls against players as low as his ranking.

As an unranked player on the tour Wells would need to win four qualifying matches to reach the main draw of the ranking events.

Two young players who have grafted their way as a professional snooker player for many years. While Donaldson cemented his place in the Top 64, Lu is still outside it, but he has another year on his card to get there. I would like to see Scott win here because he seemed unfazed by big occasions. After Anthony McGill, there havent been many Scots coming through recently. He needs to receive that baton. Most importantly, this match means that there will definitely be a debutant in this years World Championships. Both players beat good opponents in Mark King and Ken Doherty.

World Snooker Championship 2019Round prediction

Both had fairly unspectacular seasons, though Wells did reach the Scottish Open semi-finals before being edged out 6-5 by Mark Allen. After defeating compatriot Jamie Clarke 10-5, he was 6-5 down to Iranian Hossein Vafaei. While Gould had the juggernaut of Mustafa Dorgham (oh dear) and Gerard Greene, Wells had a trickier route. This is a match between two SightRight players. Wells is scoring seriously good. He really shifted another gear and hit consecutive breaks of 107, 83, 113, 100 and 65 to win 10-6. Gould is another staple of the Crucible and to be honest, Im feeling bold.

Both Judge and Cahill swept aside seeds Peter Lines, Andrew Higginson, Xiao Guodong and Michael Holt. An amateur will definitely make it to the Crucible for the first time in its history. A lot of people say this is fantastic for the game for the true underdog story while little say that the amateurs say little in the first place. You didnt predict this would happen. Stop lying to yourself. What we dont know yet is which one.

He attended every World Championship since 2000 bar one. Kurt Maflin also got through with little difficulty, sweeping past amateurs Mitchell Mann and Pang Junxu. A Crucible without Graeme Dott would be very weird indeed. I believe Dott is more prepared to win the match here after facing two professionals. Maflin is still prone to unforced errors and failing to kill the frame off. This format just comes easy to him. So I expect to see Dott again. Dott conceded just six frames against Hamza Akbar and Xu Si.

However, Martin ODonnell is having the season of his life, who reached three quarter-finals this season, including the UK Championship. Finally, we have the final Judgement Day match! It should be a close when, but it would be a surprise if Martin will beat someone of Perrys calibre at this stage. Two 10-1 wins against Simon Lichtenberg and Zhang Yong is brilliant. He couldnt have had a easier route to Judgement Day if he tried. Joe Perry is someone who always has a place reserved at the Crucible.

Meilleures Cotes

Wells began using a new cue at the beginning of the 2016/2017 season and it proved to be his most successful year to date. Wells was 31 ahead, but would be defeated 64.[24] He advanced to the third round of both the Scottish Open and Gibraltar Open, losing 43 to Yu Delu and 40 to Nigel Bond respectively. After being 20 down to Ali Carter he moved 42 ahead, before missing chances to play in the quarter-finals and was defeated 54.[22] Wells qualified for the International Championship by overcoming Mark Allen 65 and eliminated Stuart Carrington 62 in the first round, but then lost 65 to Michael Holt having been 53 up.[23]A 65 win over Ian Burns at the UK Championship saw Wells face world number one Mark Selby in the second round. He qualified for the World Open by thrashing Tian Pengfei 50 and then beat Xu Si 53, before recording another 50 whitewash this time over Kyren Wilson to reach the last 16 of a ranking event for the first time.

This is a very interesting match. Un-Nooh made little work of Johnathan Bagley and Mark Joyce and will want to make make the most of this opportunity. While he is fantastically calm, he has a lot on his hands. Joe OConnor was relatively anonymous in the first half of the season but is daring greatly here. Reaching the semi-finals in the Welsh Open, beating John Higgins for the second time in the China Open and reaching the final qualifying round by defeating European Masters champion Jimmy Robertson 10-9.