Hammad Miah (@4.5) vs Matthew Selt (@1.2)
17-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Matthew Selt will win

Hammad Miah – Matthew Selt Match Prediction | 17-10-2019 05:00

Afterwards Milkins said Miah was not a real snooker player after the pair exchanged words at the end of the match. He was also 53 behind, but came back to win 65. Wins over Kurt Dunham, Tian Pengfei and Rory McLeod helped him reach the final qualifying round for the Shanghai Masters and he was beaten 50 by Matthew Selt. Miah edged out Martin Gould 54 to qualify for the 2016 World Open, but lost in the wildcard round once in China. Miah was 30 down to Tom Ford in the opening round of the UK Championship, before levelling at 33 in a run which included a century break. A second final frame decider came in the next round against Robert Milkins with Miah losing it.

Miah tried to win his place back at Q School and came closest to doing so in the second event when he lost 42 to Paul Davison in the penultimate round. Miah had a poor 2014/2015 season as he could only win one match all year and lost his place on the tour as was placed 100th in the world rankings, well outside top 64 who remain.

Wins over Kurt Dunham, Tian Pengfei and Rory McLeod helped him reach the final qualifying round for the Shanghai Masters and he was beaten 05 by Matthew Selt.[11] Miah was 03 down to Tom Ford in the opening round of the UK Championship, before levelling at 33 in a run which included a century break. He was also 35 behind, but came back to win 65.[12] A second final frame decider came in the next round against Robert Milkins with Miah losing it. Miah edged out Martin Gould 54 to qualify for the 2016 World Open, but lost in the wildcard round once in China. Afterwards Milkins said Miah was not a real snooker player after the pair exchanged words at the end of the match.[13]Miah shocked world number 22 Ricky Walden 107 in World Championship qualifying and, after beating Martin O'Donnell 107, a match up with Rory McLeod awaited with the winner reaching the Crucible.[11] Miah lost the first seven frames, before taking six in a row.

This saw him finish 60th on the Order of Merit to secure a new two-year tour card starting next season. Miah's Q School Order of Merit gave him entry into the 2015 Australian Goldfields Open qualifiers in which he began with a century break and won his first ranking event match in almost a year by beating Jason Weston 52. He was eliminated in the third round of three European Tour events during the season, which included scoring 43 wins over Mark Davis and Judd Trump. He lost 51 to Anthony Hamilton in the subsequent round.

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Miah's first win as a professional was a 54 victory over Sydney Wilson in the first qualifying round of the 2013 Australian Goldfields Open, before losing 25 to Gerard Greene. He made his debut in a ranking event at the Indian Open by beating Jimmy Robertson 43 in the qualifying event, then beat Chen Zhe in the first round, again by a single frame.[4] Miah played local favourite Aditya Mehta in the second round and lost 14.[5] He lost in the first round of the UK Championship and Welsh Open 26 to Andrew Higginson and 34 to Xiao Guodong respectively.

He made his debut in a ranking event at the Indian Open courtesy of beating Jimmy Robertson 43 and beat Chen Zhe in another deciding frame in the first round. He lost in the first round of the UK Championship and Welsh Open 62 to Andrew Higginson and 43 to Xiao Guodong respectively. Miah played local favourite Aditya Mehta in the second round and lost 41. Miah also met Xiao in the first round of the China Open and was beaten again this time 52. Miah's first win as a professional was a 54 victory over Sydney Wilson in the first qualifying round of the 2013 Australian Goldfields Open, before losing 52 to Gerard Greene.

Miah's Q School Order of Merit gave him entry into the 2015 Australian Goldfields Open qualifiers in which he began with a century break and won his first ranking event match in almost a year by beating Jason Weston 52.