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Monday, 21 January, 2019

Milkins set to grind out Indian Open success

Young opponent lacks the experience to cause a shock

Robert Milkins can progress
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Robert Milkins has lost his top-16 ranking over the last couple of seasons but he is still a quality cueman and at 1-2 he looks a good bet against Chinese youngster Yuan Sijun in Wednesday's Indian Open qualifiers.

Milkins is not the force of old but he is still an excellent break-builder and should have too much for his promising but inexperienced 17-year-old opponent.

Double up the Milkman with Gary Wilson, who takes on another inexperience potter in Lukas Kleckers.

The German has looked talented in Q-School and during his brief appearances on the main tour but he faces a man capable of matching the best in the game on his day and could find Wilson's scoring power too hot to handle.

The double pays just shy of 11-8 with Coral and Ladbrokes and that looks a tasty bet.

R Milkins 1-2 & G Wilson 4-7
1pt double Coral, Ladbrokes

Milkins may not be the force of old but he is still an excellent break-builder
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