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The Snooker World Championship semi-finals get underway this afternoon and as ever, we are all set for an enthralling day of action from the Crucible in Sheffield.
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The first encounter is the one that everyone is talking about at this stage as Judd Trump locks horns with Ronnie O’Sullivan in a battle that could be a classic.
O’Sullivan may have only just returned from a lengthy break from the table, but he looks to as strong as ever and he breezed into the semi-finals, beating Stuart Bingham 13-4.
When on top of his game, there is still no one that can handle The Rocket and he will be after another flying start here to wrap the match up as quickly as possible.
He is of course the current champion here at the Crucible and another victory would make him the five-time World Champion. It is going to be a tough encounter against Trump – who is one of the most promising players in the sport – but O’Sullivan is considered as the favourite to win at this stage at 6/11.
Judd Trump didn’t have things quite so easy in the quarter-finals as he went head-to-head with Shaun Murphy and had to produce some of his best snooker in order to reach the final four.
The 23-year-old took the match 13-12 and showed that as well as being one of the most talented players around right now, he also has the temperament and the patience to win a closely-fought battle.
Last year, Trump might have crashed out when things started to get difficult, but he seems to be more determined than ever to win the World Championships and he has to be at his best to beat the reigning champion.
He is at 28/17 to win this one, which could be decent value, especially if he gets a good start.
This is all set to be a superb match between two of the most exciting players in the world to watch.
Not many people would have called the other semi-final as Ricky Walden goes up against Barry Hawkins.
There is no doubt that this is the biggest match of their careers so far and Hawkins – who has never reached this stage of the tournament before – is being tipped as the 10/11 favourite.
He is playing the best snooker of his life at the moment and beat Ding Junhui in the previous round, so has had to come out on top against some big names to reach this stage.
As for Walden, until this year, he hadn’t ever won at match at the World Championships, but he has finally found some form at the Crucible and has every chance of winning this encounter.
Walden is at 11/10 to come out on top.
With both these two playing so well and surprising us in getting to this stage, it is a tough match to call, but it should be an enthralling one.
Bring on the action in these two matches that are all but guaranteed to be superb encounters.