Mark Selby to win 2024 Championship League Snooker Invitational

  • Mark Selby (+300) is a slight favorite to win the 2024 Championship League Snooker Invitational
  • John Higgins (+350), Kyren Wilson (+400) and Neil Robertson (+400) are also top contenders for the title
  • The tournament takes place at Morningside Arena, Leicester on March 12 and 13, 2024

The 2024 Championship League Snooker Invitational is down to the final seven players. The Winners’ Group of Stuart Bingham, Chris Wakelin, Mark Selby, Neil Robertson, John Higgins, Kyren Wilson and Joe O’Connor will go head-to-head in a round-robin tournament on March 12 and 13 with a spot in the Champion of Champions on the line.

Who will take home the £10,000 first-place prize? Before we examine the odds, check out all the Sports & Competitions to bet on in 2024. Here’s also where you can see the latest Sports Betting Odds & Picks.

2024 Championship League Snooker

PlayerBetOnline ReviewBovadaMyBookie Review
Mark Selby+300+300+300
John Higgins+350+350+350
Kyren Wilson+400+400+400
Neil Robertson+400+400+400
Stuart Bingham+900+900+900
Chris Wakelin+1100+1100+1100
Joe O'Connor+1100+1100+1100

Mark Selby and John Higgins favored

Mark Selby (+300) secured his place in the Winners’ Group by defeating defending champion John Higgins and Kyren Wilson to win Group 3 back in early February. The four-time world champion is fresh off a 4-3 quarter-finals loss to  Mark Allen in the World Masters of Snooker.

John Higgins (+350) fared no better at the event, suffering a 4-0 thrashing to seven-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan. The Scotsman notched his 13th career maximum break in Group Five to earn a spot in the final. With his 147, the 48-year-old became the oldest player to record a maximum break in a professional tournament.

Other big names

Neil Robertson (+400) downed Kyren Wilson in the Group 4 final, putting an end to a long dry spell. The Thunder from Down Under suffered a series of early exits in recent ranking events, including the UK Championship at the end of 2023 and a Round of 16 loss at the Masters.

It took six attempts for Kyren Wilson (+400) to punch his ticket to the Winners’ Group. The world number 11 defeated China’s Pang Junxu in the Group Six final to keep his hopes for a second Championship League Snooker title alive.

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Stuart Bingham (+900) captured five consecutive matches to win Group 1 in early January. A former world and Masters champion, the 47-year-old fell to John Higgins in the 2022 Championship League Final. With nine career maximum breaks, he trails only O’Sullivan (15), Higgins (12) and Stephen Hendry (11).

Chris Wakelin (+1100) defeated both Kyren Wilson and Mark Selby for a Group 2 victory. The 2023 Shoot Out winner fell to Judd Trump in round 1 of the Players Championship. Fresh off making the 200th official 147 in snooker history, Joe O’Connor (+1100) became the last man to advance to the Winners’ Table, beating Jak Jones in the Group Seven final.

Best Bet

Mark Selby (+300) and John Higgins (+350) are the most decorated snooker players in the tournament. However, while Higgins is getting a little long in the tooth, Selby is still squarely in his prime at age 40.

We’ll take the current world number five to pay off his favorite status with a Championship League Snooker victory in Leicester.

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