Passakorn Suwannawat (@2.2) vs Mohammed Shehab (@1.65)
02-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Mohammed Shehab will win

Passakorn Suwannawat – Mohammed Shehab Match Prediction | 02-09-2019 02:30

Peter is playing fantastic snooker and is very hard to beat over a long match. The other semi-final match had Hendry beat his fellow Scot Dott by the same scoreline. Hendry compiled a 111 clearance and a break of 50 in response to level the match at 77.[50][51] Hendry then claimed frame 16 with a score of 6125 and a break of 93 in the next frame earned him a place in the final alongside Ebdon.[52] It was Hendry's record-breaking 10th appearance in the final of the UK Championship and his first since the 2005 China Open.[51] Hendry stated afterwards that additional practice in the past two to three weeks gave him better playing form, "I'm so close to playing at my best it's a pleasure to be competing again. Trailing 53 after the first session Dott won four frames in a row with breaks of 96, 92 and 85 to take the lead as he accumulated 203 unanswered points.

The 2006 UK Championship (known as the 2006 Maplin UK Championship for sponsorship reasons) was the 2006 edition of the UK Championship, a professional snooker tournament that is one of the sport's three Triple Crown events. It was broadcast in the United Kingdom and Europe on the BBC and Eurosport. It was held from 4 to 17 December 2006 at the Barbican Centre in York, North Yorkshire. The competition was the third of seven World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) ranking events in the 2006/2007 season and the 30th edition of the tournament.

Matches

He's a wonderful ambassador for the game. Both players were level at 44 after the first session that had seven breaks over 60, including 97, 76 and 132 from Ebdon. He won a disjointed frame 15 to claim victory and enter his first UK Championship final since the 1995 tournament.[49] After the match, Ebdon considered the victory the most important of his career and praised the quality of the match, "This win means so much to me because I have got so much respect for John. Higgins led 54 but he missed a tricky red ball shot and Ebdon cleared the table to force a re-spotted black ball to again equal the score before going 65 ahead.[48] In frame 14, Higgins missed a straightforward red ball while on a break of 49 and the frame was taken by Ebdon. You have to play top class when you play John."[48] Higgins said that considered the game's decisive point to have been when he was leading 54 and attributed his loss to a lack of concentration, "But take nothing away from Peter. In the semi-finals Ebdon secured a place in the final with a 97 victory over Higgins.

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He walked over to Hendry to shake his hand and did the same with referee Jan Verhaas.[44] O'Sullivan left the Barbican Arena after wishing Hendry well in his dressing room.[42] Tournament director Mike Ganley later confirmed that O'Sullivan had forfeited the match and O'Sullivan later apologised to Hendry and his fans via a statement.[44] O'Sullivan was fined 20,800 and docked 900 ranking points by the WPBSA's disciplinary committee in May 2007.[45] The last quarter-final match had Dott overcome Davis 96. He came from 32 behind to lead the first session 53 after breaks of 78, 83 and 65.[46] Runs of 52 and 61 enabled Dott to get within a frame of winning before Davis won two frames in a row to make it 86. Hendry won 91 against O'Sullivan, a match which O'Sullivan defaulted.[42] Trailing 41 and 240 in front during frame six after potting the black ball and after missing a red to a corner pocket,[43] O'Sullivan declared the match over.

2006 UK Championship

Mike Dunn took five out of six final frames to defeat James Wattana 95 and claim a place in the second round.[15][16]Gerard Greene received a walkover to the next round after his opponent world number 27 Marco Fu withdrew from the tournament to represent Hong Kong at the 2006 Asia Games in Qatar at his country's behest.[17]Joe Swail tied 44 with Joe Delaney overnight and both players shared six frames before Swail won the last two for a 97 win.[15]Ricky Walden led Ian McCulloch 54 before McCulloch took two consecutive frames.

In the third round, breaks of 128, 121 and 105 enabled Higgins to establish a 71 lead over Lee in a match delayed by 20 minutes so that players and officials could watch Paul Hunter's widow Lyndsey receive the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Helen Rollason Award on his behalf.[33] Higgins made another century break in the second session to beat Lee 92.[34] Ebdon moved 62 ahead of Bingham despite missing the penultimate red when it appeared he would achieve a maximum break but he eventually won 94.

The tournament followed the Grand Prix and preceded the Malta Cup. He also became the ninth player in history to win both the UK Championship and the World Snooker Championship. David Gray and Mark King both achieved the tournament's highest break with individual breaks of 146. It was Ebdon's first UK Championship win and his seventh career ranking title. In the semi-finals Ebdon beat John Higgins 97 and Hendry defeated fellow Scot Graeme Dott by the same scoreline. Peter Ebdon won the tournament, defeating his opponent, the five-time UK champion Stephen Hendry ten frames to six (106) in the final.

Teams and seeding[edit]

2005 world champion Shaun Murphy fell 62 behind McManus at the interval of his match and he could not recover as McManus won 93.[27] Two-time world champion Mark Williams progressed to round three by claiming a 97 victory over Greene, as another world champion John Higgins emulated Gray's 146 clearance in a 94 victory over King, and Stephen Lee won 96 over Lawler.[28] Runs of 107, 86, 82 and 66 enabled Stephen Maguire to overcome Swail 98 in a high-quality second session.[29] Five-time UK champion Stephen Hendry led Harold 73 before the latter won four successive frames with two century breaks of 115 and 111 to equal the score at 77. Tied at 44 after his opening session Davis beat Burnett comfortably at 95, while Hull was a surprise winner over Robertson when he won five consecutive frames to claim a 94 victory.

Peter didn't play as well as he can either. After the game a tearful Ebdon dedicated the win to his family who were in Dubai and spoke of his relief to complete the task, "This just means so much. I always knew it was going to be tough against Stephen. It's a tournament I have worked so hard for. He played some good safety in the first session, then I found a bit of rhythm and then Stephen inexplicably started to miss balls."[53] Hendry bemoaned his poor performance but he reserved praise Ebdon, "I picked the one day of the week when I didn't want to play like that. For some reason I couldn't pot a long ball sometimes that just happens. I had a great chance to go 41 up but from then on Peter was by far the better player and dominated the match.

Century breaks[edit]

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The qualifying rounds were played between players on the main tour ranked 33 and lower for one of 32 places in the final stage at Pontin's Snooker Centre in Prestatyn, Denighshire, Wales from 14 to 19 November.