Premier League Snooker is back on Thursday from Stoke with Mark Williams looking to win his second event of the season.
Week Six will take place at Biddulph Leisure Centre in Stoke on Thursday October 13 with Williams taking on Ali Carter in one of the semi-finals and Jimmy White going up against Ding Junhui.
Williams opened up his campaign by winning Week Two with wins over White and Shaun Murphy, while Carter suffered a Week Four Final defeat against Ronnie O’Sullivan after seeing off Ding Junhui first.
Williams can be backed at 8/13 with Bet365 to win his semi-final, while Carter is available at 6/5.
White has yet to win a match in this year’s competition after falling to John Higgins and Williams respectively in the opening two weeks, while Ding was beaten in the Week Three Final by Neil Robertson before losing his semi-final tie a week later against Carter.
Ding is seen as the favourite to reach the final at 2/9, while White is seen as a 3/1 outside chance.
The Premier League Snooker is a very popular event which features 10 of the world’s best snooker plays playing over a number of week’s.
Each player will play on four of the ten nights in what will be a mini-tournament consisting of two semis and a final.
Players will pick up points for frames won and at the conclusion of the league section, the top four will advance to the play-offs which take place at Potters Leisure Resort over the 26th and 27th November.
The players taking part this year are reigning champion Ronnie O’Sullivan, Mark Williams, John Higgins, Ding Junhui, Neil Robertson, Ali Carter, Shaun Murphy, Judd Trump, Matthew Stevens and Jimmy White.
Every night of the competition sees four players take to the table and includes two semi-finals and a final. The matches are first to three but dead frames will not be played.
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