Matthew Selt (@1.5) vs Dominic Dale (@2.55)

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Matthew Selt will win

Matthew Selt – Dominic Dale Match Prediction | 21-08-2019

It took him a decade to repeat the achievement at the 2007 Shanghai Masters, where he defeated compatriot Ryan Day 106 in the final, from 26 behind. He has won two ranking tournaments in his career, the first of which the Grand Prix in 1997 he won while ranked number 54 in the world, beating then world number 2 John Higgins 96 in the final.

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His interests include snooker memorabilia, Art Deco and operatic singing. In his early years he wore a white suit with colourful shirts. After his Shanghai Masters semi-final win, he celebrated by singing "My Way" at the post-match conference.[34][35] and so did after the victory in 2014 Snooker Shoot-Out. Dale's personality, dress sense and hair styles make him one of the more flamboyant players on the circuit. In 2007 he sported bleached blonde hair with a bright pink shirt.

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Event: World Open at the Yushan Number One Middle School in Yushan, China. Watch this match live online with the live streams available on this site. Total prize money: 700,000Defending champion: Ding JunhuiWinner's prize money: 150,000Barry Hawkins takes on Matthew Selt in the third round of World Open. Match date: Thursday, August 9, 2018.

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However, Hawkins won the two frames he required without giving Dale a chance to beat him 1312. Dale qualified for the World Championship courtesy of defeating Andrew Higginson in the final round of qualifying.[22] He faced Mark Davis in the first round and beat him 105, marking his first win at the Crucible since 2000.[23] Dale followed this up with a 134 win over Michael Wasley (who had beaten pre-tournament second favourite Ding Junhui in his opening match) to reach the quarter-finals for the second time, 14 years after the first.[24] Dale played Barry Hawkins and trailed 115 after the second session, but then amazingly won seven frames in a row to be just one away from reaching the semi-finals and matching the biggest comeback at this stage ever at the Crucible.

Dale saw off Ishpreet Chadha 42 and Marco Fu 40 to reach the third round of the Indian Open, where he lost 41 to Peter Ebdon. At the Paul Hunter Classic he enjoyed victories over Ben Woollaston, Ian Glover, Michael Holt, Yan Bingtao and Jimmy White to play in the semi-finals of a ranking event for the first time since 2007.[31] Dale was defeated 42 by Mark Selby.[32] He lost in the second round of the International Championship 62 to Stuart Bingham and won three frames in a row to take his third round match with Shaun Murphy at the UK Championship in to a final frame decider.

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This win, along with other consistent performances, were enough to see him back into the top 32 players. Dale won the third professional tournament of his career when he won Event 6 of the Players Tour Championship 2010/2011, beating Martin Gould 43 in the final. He also qualified for the World Championship for the first time since 2004,[5] although he was comprehensively beaten 102 in the first round by Ronnie O'Sullivan.