Robert Milkins (@1.22) vs Barry Pinches (@4.1)
03-10-2019

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Robert Milkins will win

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Milkins lost in the third round of the Indian Open 42 to amateur David Lilley. He did not win another match at the venue stage of a ranking event until November when he beat Hamza Akbar 61 at the UK Championship.[40] Milkins followed that up with a 65 victory over Hammad Miah, before playing in his opinion the worst match of his professional career as he was defeated 61 by Mark Selby.[41] His first ranking event quarter-final in two years came at the Scottish Open by beating Anthony Hamiltom 43, but he lost 53 to Judd Trump.[42] At the next Home Nations event, the Welsh Open he went one better by overcoming Kurt Maflin 52 to play in his sixth ranking event semi-final.

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After a largely unsuccessful start to his career, he hit good form for a while in the 2000s.[3] He defeated Jimmy White 108 in the 2004 World Championship, in a match which overran and had to be completed after other matches,[4] then led Stephen Hendry 119 before losing 1213 and has lost in the first round twice more the 13-year gap between his first two Crucible appearances (19912004) is an all-time record. His best ranking tournament run to date, was in the 2003 UK Championship, where he reached the quarter-finals with victories over Marco Fu, Graeme Dott and Stephen Lee, before Stephen Hendry ended his run. In his first appearance at the Crucible, in 1991 he lost 310 to Terry Griffiths.

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Pinches qualified for the 2013 Indian Open, the fourth ranking event of the 2013/2014 season with a 41 victory over Chris Wakelin. He almost pulled off a huge shock in the first round as he led Ding Junhui 32, but was beaten 43.[15] Pinches also reached the main draw of the World Open and China Open but lost in the first round both times.[16] Due to all 128 players on the tour earning a place in the first round of the Welsh Open, Pinches did not need to qualify and beat Nigel Bond 41, to set up a second round meeting with Ronnie O'Sullivan.

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He attributed this loss of form to attempting to change his cue action.[5] However, he won an invitational event that featured many top players, the 2007 Paul Hunter Classic that August, beating Neil Robertson and Ken Doherty en route.[6] He also showed a return to form in the 2008 China Open by reaching the last 16, beating the defending champion, Graeme Dott 51 in the process, before going down by the same scoreline to Nigel Bond, who also beat him 710 in the final qualifying round of the 2008 World Championship.[7] The 2008/2009 season was less successful for him however. However, he dropped out of the top 32 two years later, and then won only one knock-out match in 2006/2007, dropping to number #56. At one point he was established in the world's top 32, and provisionally 14 at one point advancing 82563621 in the rankings over a strong sequence of seasons up to 2003/2004.