Its the UK Championships semi finals as snooker fans can watch Ali Carter v Shaun Murphy, Mark Davis v Mark Selby games & odds online with Bet365’s snooker live stream service.
Its been a gruelling few days of high quality action, which has already seen a 147 as we reach the final weekend of the tournament.
The semi-finals of the UK Snooker Championships take place over the next two days and with the drama we have seen in the tournament so far, they should both be cracking matches as the firm once again releases information on how to watch all the action on the green baize online with their new live streaming technology, which is available in HD.
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This afternoon, Shaun Murphy and Ali Carter lock horns and with each of them playing some cracking snooker at the moment it is sure to be another close match.
Murphy was on the brink of exiting the championships in the quarter-final as he was 5-4 down to 17-year-old Luca Brecel, but the youngster missed a pink that he should have potted which would have all but guaranteed a famous victory.
Murphy then took his opportunity with both hands and had the experience to level the match then take the final frame. In truth, there was only one man who was going to win after that poor miss from Brecel.
As for Carter, he came through an extremely tough tie against Stuart Bingham. Both players’ has their spell in the match, but Carter eventually took the tie by six frames to four.
On Saturday, Mark Selby and Mark Davis go head to head and it will be the former that many expect to come out on top.
Selby produced one of the comebacks of the tournament last time out as he was 4-0 down to Neil Robertson, but ended up taking the match 6-4.
With a win like that under his belt, confidence is sure to be sky high and now Selby will have high hopes of reaching the final.
Davis will not be an easy opponent though, especially as he is enjoying his most successful year in the sport since turning professional 21-years-ago. The 40-year-old managed breaks of 101, 80 and 70 to see off Matthew Steven and book his place in the final four.
Both encounters look as though they are evenly matched and with all four men playing at the top of their game – the tournament really is wide open.