Shaun Murphy (@2.25) vs Mark Allen (@1.61)

Our Prediction:

Mark Allen will win

Shaun Murphy – Mark Allen Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 02:00

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Cahill, the first amateur to ever qualify, has never before contested a match of this length and, at any rate, it generally proves difficult for giant-killers to substantiate their initial surprise in the following round. So much attention has surrounded James Cahills upset of the pre-tournament favourite. Stephen Maguire, who three times lost to OSullivan in prior World Championships, must have been secretly delighted with the result that sent the Rocket packing. Cahill was underestimated once so its important not to make that mistake again, but Maguire would still be expected to take advantage. The Glaswegian, somewhat like Trump and Ding, has been a failure in this tournament after a career full of early promise. Maguire lost six out of the eight first round ties he played in the World Championship before this year and it looked like 2019 was going to follow a similar path when he needed snookers from 9-7 behind against Tian Pengfei. An unbelievable fluke led to his turnaround and Maguire will be thinking that this is a golden opportunity to make a return to the second week of the championship. The 23 year-old has been constantly in demand and in the news, so it is a wonder how he will have managed to maintain his focus with another tough match to come.

Stuart Bingham said that he felt like he lost despite surviving a late onslaught from Graeme Dott to prevail in a Crucible classic. The Scots superior head-to-head record against Bingham, winning eight of their previous 11 fixtures, would indicate that the 43 year-old possibly has the number of the 2015 world champion. Bingham, with a brace of ranking titles to his credit this term, is a dark horse for this years title but Higgins credentials are vast and the longer he remains in the hunt the more dangerous a predator hell become. That he emerged from his initial task with a strong display against Mark Davis will be of some cause for concern for his rivals. Against John Higgins, the Englishman will face a formidable opponent who is attempting to rediscover his winning mentality after a season of inner struggle. In an illustrious quarter of the draw that is packed with four former world champions, its important not to underestimate anyone. Higgins, of course, is a four-time champion but lost in each of the last two finals in Sheffield. Higgins is a player who has been written off on so many occasions, only to predominantly bounce back and show his pedigree for the big-time.

The latter, who has undergone an immense improvement overall since an embarrassing 13-1 second round thrashing at the hands of John Higgins last year, was very poor and Carter gratefully took advantage. In many respects, the 2008 and 2012 runner-up still hasnt been put under it despite being drawn with the recent China Open finalist Jack Lisowski in the last 32. Zhou is among a group of four or five young Chinese competitors who are on the cusp of emerging into the big-time. In the first round preview, it was queried whether Ali Carter had been properly tested in the qualifiers, having not met a player ranked higher than number 78. Against Zhou Yuelong, the 39 year-old will be the favourite and a second successive quarter-final appearance beckons for the Captain. For the majority of his opening task, Zhou performed well but was perhaps somewhat fortuitous that he encountered a Mark Allen who opted not to turn up until he was 9-2 behind. Beating Carter would certainly be a momentous step for the 21 year-old former world amateur champion to take, but its difficult to look beyond the Englishmans vast experience at this stage.

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Now that the three-time world champion is up and running, he could become a more formidable proposition, particularly as his draw is becoming kinder and kinder by the day. The latter was delighted to edge Luca Brecel in a gruelling last frame to move beyond the opening hurdle for the first time in his career. Wilson is a solid competitor but is lacking in every department when compared to the world number two. It might sound obvious to say but, like Higgins in the opposite side of the draw, the further Selby advances the more credible a serious contender hes going to become. Yet, even though Selbys form has been patchy for quite some time, its difficult to envisage him slipping up here. In a repeat of the 2015 China Open final, Selby entertains fellow Englishman Gary Wilson. Potential quarter-final opponent Mark Allen bowed out on Wednesday and Selbys next challenger is a player hes never lost to. Mark Selby successfully negotiated a potential banana skin in the last 32 when he fought back from 5-1 down to deny the talented Zhao Xintong.