Mark Allen (@1.33) vs Liang Wenbo (@3.25)

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Mark Allen will win

Mark Allen – Liang Wenbo Match Prediction | 11-09-2019 02:00

He reached the quarter-finals by coming back from 34 down against Stuart Bingham to win 54 on the final pink.[78] He repeated this form when he edged Ryan Day 54 to play in his second career ranking event semi-final,[79] where he took four frames in a row to hold a narrow 43 advantage over Shaun Murphy, before losing three successive frames in a 46 defeat.[80] Liang did not drop a single frame in seeing off Cao Xinlong and Gerard Greene at the Welsh Open, but was then the victim of a whitewash by John Higgins in the third round. Liang overcame Jamie Burnett 51 in the first round of the 2014 Wuxi Classic, and then inflicted the first defeat on Mark Selby since he won the World Championship, beating him 53.[75] In the last 16, Liang was knocked out 25 by Joe Perry.[76] He lost 35 against Robert Milkins in the opening round of the Australian Goldfields Open, and in the wildcard round of the Shanghai Masters 15 to Yan Bingtao.[77] He failed to get past the last 64 of the next two ranking events, but won two matches to reach the German Masters, where he eliminated Li Hang 51 in the first round.

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He reached the venue stage of the Australian Goldfields Open by beating Thanawat Thirapongpaiboon, but lost 35 in the first round against Matthew Stevens.[64] Liang beat Anthony McGill and Andrew Higginson to qualify for the UK Championship, where he saw a 43 lead in the first round against Barry Hawkins turn into a 46 defeat.[65] Liang failed to qualify for the next two events, but won two matches to enter the main draw of both the Welsh Open and the China Open. Liang lost in qualifying for both the Wuxi Classic and the Shanghai Masters to Rod Lawler.

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Liang faced Northern Ireland's Joe Swail in the last 16 of the tournament. Liang followed up with a safety shot but Swail snookered him behind the blue; Liang failed to hit the yellow ball so Swail had the white replaced. In a humorous incident, Liang fluked a red after scattering the balls, but failed to notice and went back to his seat. In the final frame, Liang made early breaks of 34 and 30. He missed the final yellow but snookered Swail, leaving the cue ball in the jaws of the pocket. To the amusement of the spectators, Swail pointed out the mistake and the referee called Liang back to the table.[29] In the 23rd frame, with a 1210 lead, Liang prematurely celebrated winning the match after potting "match ball", only to then lose the frame due to a snooker; Swail came back to level the match at 1212.

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He faced Gerard Greene in the last 48, but lost 25. He had more luck at the next tournament, the Northern Ireland Trophy, where he won through the qualifying rounds, beating Fraser Patrick, Joe Delaney and Rory McLeod on the way. At the Grand Prix, he could not repeat the success of last season and failed to qualify, finishing third on frame difference. He had less success at the UK Championship, losing in the second qualifying round to David Roe 29. Liang started the season by almost qualifying for the Shanghai Masters, however Nigel Bond beat him 53 in the last qualifying round, preventing him from appearing at his home tournament. He also failed to qualify for the Welsh Open, when he was dispatched in the last qualifying round by Andrew Norman 25.

At the World Championship, Liang was the third Chinese player to qualify for the main draw, defeating Ben Woollaston, Rod Lawler, David Gilbert and Ian McCulloch in the qualifying rounds. Liang Wenbo", despite the rhyme occurring due to a mispronunciation of his name ("bo" is pronounced "bwor" in Chinese). He met Ken Doherty in the first round of the championship, and defeated him 105. Before the start of this match, he accidentally entered the arena at the same time as the match officials and had to hurry back; he subsequently received a warm ovation when he entered the arena for a second time after being introduced by MC Rob Walker.[29] For every session thereafter, Walker introduced him as "Should he stay or should he go...