UK Snooker Championship 2023 Day 4 Betting Tips: 6/1 treble to consider

 | November 27 | 

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Day Four of the UK Championship has arrived and some of the top snooker stars from around the world are in action.

Below we've picked out an interesting treble for you to consider, and given the reasoning behind these selections.

UK Championship Day Four Tips

  • Joe O’Connor +2.5 v John Higgins @ 8/11
  • Thepchaiya Un-Nooh -1.5 v Robert Milkins @ 6/5
  • Neil Robertson -1.5 v Zhou Yuelong @ 10/11

Treble pays 6.25/1

Joe O’Connor v John Higgins

Joe O’Connor has made a bit of a slow start to the season, but he is a player I rate highly and when he hits form again, he’ll be a match for anybody. He played well in his qualifying round victory over Stephen Maguire, so should come into this one feeling confident.

O'Connor finished 18th on the one-year list last season, showing his quality to reach the final of the Scottish Open and the semis of the Players Championship. He's played Higgins four times previously and won 2 of them so more than capable of giving him a match again here.

Thepchaiya Un-Nooh v Robert Milkins

This isn’t a match that’s likely to take too long between two of the quickest and most attacking players on the tour. These two have met on three occasions previously and Un-Nooh has won comfortably in each encounter, 4-2, 4-1 and 4-0.

Un-Nooh has been the better player out of the 2 this season too, winning 10 out of 15 matches compared to Milkins winning eight out of 16.

Neil Robertson v Zhou Yuelong

Robertson has struggled a lot this season but it’s not the first time that his form has dipped over the years, and he’s always come back stronger. He’s already won this event three times and no doubt will have been practicing hard for the biggest event of the season so far.

Even in what’s been a poor season for him he still managed a semi-final appearance in Shanghai, three frames away from reaching the final.

The reason I like his chances here is due to the way Zhou often struggles against the very top players.

He’s played 4 matches against Ronnie O’Sullivan and Judd Trump and lost all eight, whitewashed twice by both players. He’s played Robertson three times previously and lost heavily on all three occasions, 6-2 in this event three years ago, 9-0 in his first ranking event final, and 6-1 in their meeting prior to that. The highest ranked player he met this season was Higgins and he lost that one 5-2.

Check out our other Snooker Tips here.

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