UK Masters snooker schedule : Ronnie O’Sullivan favourite to win

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Updated: January 9, 2014
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Selby 13/2 to retain Masters Title

Ding Junhui supported into 6/1

The 2014 Masters starts on Sunday with Ronnie O’Sullivan currently the 5/2 favourite to win a fifth title.

Last year’s beaten finalist, Australian, Neil Robertson, is currently priced at 5/1 to go one better than last year whilst Mark Selby, who is the current reigning champion, is priced at 13/2 to retain the title.

China’s Ding Junhui last won the tournament in 2011 and is priced at 6/1 to go all the way whilst Judd Trump is available at 9/1.

Hong Kong’s Marco Fu was a beaten finalist back in 2011 and is priced at 33/1 to bounce back to form but he faces a tough first round match against Judd Trump.

Boylesports is also offering a cashback on the tournament and will refund all outright losing bets if Mark Selby wins The Masters.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “We have seen support for China’s Ding Junhui to repeat his 2011 Masters win and have laid some big bets at 7/1 and therefore have been forced to clip him into 6/1 as he is proving popular with punters already.

He added “Ronnie O’Sullivan is always a punters favourite and has already proved popular at 5/2 but currently Ding Junhui is our biggest tournament Ante Post liability.

12th Jan   Match betting from Boylesports.com      
13:00

Selby, Mark V Davis, Mark
 

 
19:00

Bingham, Stuart V Higgins, John
 

 
13th Jan   Match      
13:00

Trump, Judd V Fu, Marco
 

 
19:00

Maguire, Stephen V Perry, Joe
 

 
14th Jan   Match      
13:00

Junhui, Ding V Murphy, Shaun
 

 
19:00

O’Sullivan, Ronnie V Milkins, Robert
 

 
15th Jan   Match      
13:00

Robertson, Neil V Allen, Mark
 

 
19:00

Hawkins, Barry V Walden, Ricky
 

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