The English Open 2020 Odds & Betting – The Odds Manager Guide
Not many people can say they have a trophy named after them.
But snooker legend Steve Davis can, and when the world’s best snooker players converge on Milton Keynes for the English Open, he will be watching with interest to see who lifts the cup that bears his name.
Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches at the English Open.
Click on any odds to add it to your betslip or click on a match to see a comparison of odds from all the top bookies.
Our Top Pick – Mark Selby to Win – 7/1 at William Hill
Ronnie O’Sullivan heads the English Open betting, and all eyes will once again be on a man who is as unpredictable as he is talented.
The Rocket won his sixth world title this year before getting knocked out of the European Masters the following month, by someone who had only turned pro in 2020.
And that loss that was bitterly ironic, given that O’Sullivan had recently criticised the standard of new players coming into snooker!
So which of the “Two Ronnies” will we get in Milton Keynes?
The answer is (insert shrug emoji), and for that reason we’re looking for value elsewhere.
And we reckon we’ve found it in Mark Selby.
He has reached the semi-finals in his last four tournaments.
And the “Jester from Leicester” was laughing all the way to the bank when he won the European Masters in September.
He is also the reigning English Open champion.
Selby looks to have a straightforward path to the semi-finals.
And if he can get through a possible last four date with Neil Robertson, his reward could be his old friend Ronnie in the final.
And a super-motivated Selby would have the chance to avenge his loss in the 2020 World Championship semi-final.
Our Long Shot – Stuart Bingham to Reach the Final – 16/1 at William Hill
As one of the few players in the field to have won a tournament in the last year, Masters champion Stuart Bingham will not fear a potential quarter-final clash with third seed Judd Trump.
Bingham narrowly lost to eventual winner Mark Selby at the European Masters, surrendering a 4-1 lead.
But if he can take the positives from that defeat he could give punters a run for their money in Milton Keynes.