Potential epic final 9-2 to go the distance
Higgins leads Selby 10-7 after day one
Betfred World Championship final
Resumes 2pm Monday
Bookmakers are struggling to separate John Higgins and Mark Selby in the Betfred World Championship final despite the veteran Scot holding a 10-7 advantage going into the last day of Crucible action.
Higgins, a 23-10 shot before the final, is 10-11 with Hills in the race to 18 frames, while Selby can be backed at 11-10 with Betfair and the potential for a close scrap is obvious.
Selby showed his trademark battling qualities to launch a late fightback on Sunday, winning the last three frames after Higgins had stormed into a 10-4 advantage.
It's 9-2 with Coral and Ladbrokes that the final turns into a late night epic by going the full distance of 35 frames, and bet365's total over/under frame line is set at 32.5.
The first frame of the day could well set the tone for the session and Betfred go 4-6 Selby takes it with Higgins at 11-10.