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Bet of the day: Stuart Bingham to beat Neil Robertson in Champion of Champions snooker

Jamie Clark | 8 November 2016

Coral’s bet of the day

  • Bingham has beaten fellow former world champ Robertson in all previous best of seven frames battles
  • Overall head-to-head record is 8-4 in Ball Run’s favour
  • Thunder From Down Under has lost all but one of last four fixtures with 15 reds on the table

Sublime Stuart Bingham odds at Champion of Champions snooker

When it comes to Champion of Champions snooker, Stuart Bingham odds to best Neil Robertson appeal.

When it comes to Champion of Champions snooker, Stuart Bingham odds to best Neil Robertson appeal.

Another day of action at the Champion of Champions snooker means more rewarding punts on offer from the Ricoh Arena, and sublime Stuart Bingham odds feature as Coral’s bet of day for Tuesday, November 8.

Back Ball Run at an awesome 11/10 to defeat his opening round and Australian opponent Neil Robertson for lots of compelling reasons we reveal below…

How Ball Run is thunderproof?

Bingham appeals in the betting to overturn odds-on match favourite Robertson because of his fine recent and overall head-to-head record.

Ball Run leads their 12 career meetings 8-4, while the 2015 World Snooker Championship winner boasts three wins in four against The Thunder From Down Under when 15 reds were on the table.

Coral's bet of the day for November 8 features Bingham to beat Robertson.

Coral’s bet of the day for November 8 features Bingham to beat Robertson.

It’s shorter format matches like the best of seven frames that seem to suit Bingham when he’s battled Robertson. Indeed, the English potter has beaten his Aussie foe on every occasion they’ve played the first to four.

Robertson form makes Bingham worth backing

Punters should also be aware of the man from Down Under’s poor form in recent events on the snooker tour. Robertson bowed out in round one of the non-ranking China Championship and prior to that he’s also struggled at the International Championship and Coral English Open.

This combination of poor form and an inability to beat Bingham in shorter matches highlights why there’s value in backing Ball Run. This point is only reinforced by his by his current form of finals or semis out in China and at our recently sponsored event.

Stuart Bingham odds thus make perfect sense to endure the Thunder From Down Under and progress in the Champion of Champions snooker.

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