Bet of the day: Gould and Davis to have deciding frame in Champion of Champions clash
Lee Gormley | 7 November 2016
Coral’s bet of the day
- Champion of Champions first round is contested in best-of-seven format
- Martin Gould has beaten Mark Davis in their last three meetings
- Although two of those had to be decided by a final frame shootout
- In fact three of their seven ever match-ups have gone to a decider
- Gould edged a deciding frame in their recent 2016 Champions League clash
Deciding frame between Gould and Davis
After the success of the recent inaugural Coral English Open in Manchester and the China Championship, this exciting snooker season next reaches Coventry for the 2016 Champion of Champions.
The action breaks-off today from lunchtime when five-time Crucible king Ronnie O’Sullivan gets proceedings underway, in a tournament which Neil Robertson is the defending champion at the Ricoh Arena.
Though, our bet of the day looks at the later encounter between Martin Gould and Mark Davis, during what should be a close contest. Punters can therefore back a deciding frame to occur in this baize battle at a highly promising 21/10, in a quick-fire best-of-seven shootout.
So, read on to see exactly why you should back these brilliant Champion of Champions snooker bets for Monday…
Close contest expected in Coventry
Experienced cueists Gould and Davis have collided on seven occasions throughout their respective careers, with the former having prevailed four times to his next opponent’s three wins.
Middlesex potter Gould has also won the last three consecutive match-ups with circuit veteran Davis, though he has had to work for those victories, with two of them coming via a deciding frame shootout both in the Champions League.
This includes their most recent match-up in 2016 when Gould edged a 3-2 triumph, adding to the three final frame shootout occurrences between the pair from their total games.
Another close contest is expected today, so make sure to back these tasty Champion of Champions snooker bets for Gould and Davis to go to a deciding frame once again.
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