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Turn £150 profit off £5 on our tasty tenfold snooker acca at International Championship

Lee Gormley | 24 October 2016

International Championship tenfold acca

Following the opening baize battles in the prestigious International Championship in China, there are many more promising snooker match-ups set to take place in the Far East.

Defending champion Higgins features in our International Championship tenfold acca.

Defending champion Higgins features in our International Championship tenfold acca.

With the likes of defending champion John Higgins and recent European Masters winner Judd Trump still going strong, Coral outline an International Championship tenfold acca for punters to back during the latest set of fixtures.

Backing our 10 selected potters to triumph on Chinese soil will see you bag a tasty £157.45 profit from just a £5 stake. So read on to see who we’ve backed…

Yuelong to topple Joyce

China’s teenage sensation Zhou Yuelong looked in fine form when dispatching Anthony McGill 6-3 in his opener
and will be confident of getting past latest challenger Mark Joyce on home soil.

The 18-year-old is regarded as one of the sport’s rampantly rising talents and is seemingly relishing this huge event in his own backyard, so back him in our acca at evens*.

Fu to down Baird

Back home favourite Fu to earn progression past the second round.

Back home favourite Fu to earn progression past the second round.

Another Far East hope Marco Fu is a huge star at this ranking event, with Chinese fans flocking in their numbers to see the Hong Kong potter in action.

Against Sam Baird next he is a worthy 2/5* favourite to progress, after defeating Akani Songsermsawad 6-4 in his opener.

Captain Carter to overcome Maguire

Ali Carter produced a gallant comeback against Robbie Williams to reach this stage of the event, rallying to a 6-4 win from being 3-2 behind early on.

The Captain has won three of the last four meetings with next opponent Stephen Maguire, holding an encouraging 7-5 overall head-to-head record, and enters at 4/5* to prevail here.

China’s Si to oust Wattana

Tournament wildcard entrant Xu Si caused a huge upset in his previous match-up by downing former world champion Mark Williams 6-5, and is next 4/5* to add another win over James Wattana.

The Chinese cueist racked up an impressive 145 break during that shock victory and should be flying high on confidence.

Bingham to down Dale

Former world champion Bingham is also fancied for victory in China.

Former world champion Bingham is also fancied for victory in China.

The 2015 Crucible king Stuart Bingham stormed into the second round with a comprehensive 6-1 triumph over Zhang Jiankang, and he is 2/7* to get the better of Dominic Dale in his latest outing.

Bingham has overcame the Spaceman in their last three match-ups since 2014 and should make it four straight wins in China.

Robertson to get better of Hamilton

Australian break-builder Neil Robertson showcased superb form when demolishing Oliver Lines 6-0 in his opener.

He is an overwhelming 1/6* favourite to next get past Anthony Hamilton, as he rides high on momentum after that recent whitewash success.

Champion Higgins to battle past Jones

Experienced Scot John Higgins earned a 6-3 win over Eden Sharav last time out and is 1/8* to get past next opponent Jak Jones on Chinese soil.

The four-time world champion is aiming to be the first player to defend his title in the International Championship, having secured success last season.

Trump to drive by Ford

Trump has been in superb form recently and should be in contention for outright success in China once again.

Trump has been in superb form recently and should be in contention for outright success in China once again.

Bristol cueist Judd Trump has been in fine form of late, toppling Ronnie O’Sullivan to win the European Masters and reaching the earlier Coral English Open final.

He beat Yuan SiJun in his opener and is 1/5* to dispatch Tom Ford in his second round encounter.

Hitman Holt to outgun Wells

After an impressive 6-2 triumph over Jamie Jones in his opener, backing Michael Holt to win at 1/3* against Daniel Wells is a wise move as part our International Championship tenfold acca.

Perry to edge out Mehta

Joe Perry enters his next clash as the 2/7* front runner to beat Aditya Mehta, and rightly so, after a superb fight back to topple Andrew Higginson in his first match.

Related

Coral provide comprehensive betting coverage of the International Championship in our snooker section.

*All quoted odds for the acca correct at the time of publishing.

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