Liverpool 3 v 1 Man United

Tottenham 2 v 0 Bournemouth


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Liverpool Win

Tottenham Win

Arsenal Win

Jimmy White

Date of Birth: 02 May 1962

Lives Epsom, Surrey

Turned Pro 1980

Ranking Tournament Victories 10 - Mercantile Credit Classic 1986, 1991; Grand Prix 1986, 1992; British Open 1987, 1992; Canadian Masters 1988; European Open 1992; UK
Championship 1992; Daily Record Players Championship 2004.

Highest Tournament Break 147 - World Championship 1992

Jimmy White is one of snooker's most popular player, with a professional career spanning more than three decades – Often referred to as the 'People's Champion', White has
brought joy to millions with his attacking brand of snooker and capacity to play astonishing shots using screw and side spin.

At the age of just 16 he won the English amateur title and became world amateur champion at 18. An exciting, attacking player by nature, he became known as 'The Whirlwind'
and made an immediate impression on the pro ranks by reaching the 1982 World Championship semi-finals at the age of 20, losing a thriller to Alex Higgins 16-15.

Two years later, White reached the first of six world finals at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre, losing 18-16 to Steve Davis. He appeared in every world final from 1990 to 1994, losing four times to Stephen Hendry and once to John Parrott. White's humility and generosity despite these disappointments further endeared him to the viewing millions.

White has won ten ranking titles, including the 1992 UK Championship, and 25 other tournaments. One of his biggest successes was winning the Masters snooker's most prestigious invitation title, now proudly sponsored by Dafabet - on home soil in his native London in 1984. He also captured the Irish Masters back-to-back in 1985 and 1986.

White compiled the Crucible's second maximum break in 1992 and has made over 300 century breaks in competition.

White won the World Seniors Championship in 2010 and, at the age of 52, is currently the oldest player on the professional tour.

Steve McManaman

Date of Birth: February 11, 1972

Place of Birth: Kirkdale, Lancashire, England

Playing position: Midfielder

Football Career: Youth Career: Liverpool (1988-1990); Senior Career: Liverpool (1990-1999) 272 appearances, 46 goals; Real Madrid (1999-2003) 94 appearances, 8 goals; Manchester City (2003-2005) 35 appearances, 0 goals).

National Team: England U21 (1991-1993) 7 appearances, 1 goal; England (1994-2001) 37 appearances, 3 goals.

Steve McManaman is a retired footballer who is regarded as the most decorated English football player to have played for a club abroad.

Fondly called “Macca”, he played for Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester City.

He was cited by UEFA who said none was as successful as him amongst all England's footballing exports in the modern era.

McManaman made history by becoming the first player without first-team experience to play for the England Under-21 team.

In his nine years as a professional at Liverpool (1990-99) where he dazzled fans with his speed and dribbling skills, he won the FA Cup and League Cup. And after 364 appearances and 66 goals for Liverpool, he moved to Real Madrid in 1999, becoming just the second English player to ever play for the La Liga club.
He played for England in the 1998 FIFA World Cup and in the UEFA European Football Championships in 1996 and 2000. He was capped 37 times for the Three Lions.

It was in 1996 when he earned praises from fans and Brazilian football great Pele after coming up with a series of impressive match-winning performances for England. Pele hailed McManaman as the tournament’s best player and lauded him as among the best players in the world at the time.

As a Real Madrid player, McManaman won two UEFA Champions League titles, two La Liga trophies, two Supercopa de España medals, one UEFA Super Cup and one Intercontinental Cup, thus firming up his reputation as the most successful English footballer to perform abroad.

He moved to Manchester City in 2003, before retiring in 2005.

After his retirement, he embarked on a new career in television and is presently with BT Sport where he is one of its leading football pundits.

And only recently, Macca became the latest Dafabet Ambassador who will be bringing in his wealth of football knowledge and expert analysis for Dafabet players throughout the season!


Dafabet Masters 2017

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Ronnie O’ Sullivan v Joe Perry
Final Score: 10-7


Ronnie O’ Sullivan v Marco Fu
Final Score: 6-4

Joe Perry v Barry Hawkins
Final Score: 6-5


Ronnie O’ Sullivan v Neil Robertson
Final Score: 6-3

Marco Fu v Mark Allen
Final Score: 6-2

Joe Perry v Ding Junhui
Final Score: 6-1

Barry Hawkins v Mark Selby
Final Score: 6-3

First Round Draw

Ronnie O’ Sullivan v Liang Wenbo
Final Score: 6-5

Neil Robertson v Ali Carter
Final Score: 6-3

Judd Trump v Marco Fu
Final Score: 5-6

John Higgins v Mark Allen
Final Score: 5-6

Stuart Bingham v Joe Perry
Final Score: 1-6

Ding Junhui v Kyren Wilson
Final Score: 6-3

Shaun Murphy v Barry Hawkins
Final Score: 1-6

Mark Selby v Mark Williams
Final Score: 6-5

Champion of Champions 2016

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Final (November 12)

John Higgins v Ronnie O’Sullivan
Final Score: 10-7

Semi-finals (November 11)

Ding Junhui v John Higgins
Final Score: 5-6

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Mark Allen
Final Score: 6-2

Group 3 (November 7)

Ronnie O’ Sullivan v Robin Hull
Final Score: 4-2

Martin Gould v Mark Davis
Final Score: 4-3

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Martin Gould
Final Score: 6-2

Group 1 (November 8)

Neil Robertson v Stuart Bingham
Final Score: 2-4

Ding Junhui v Ali Carter
Final Score: 4-2

Stuart Bingham v Ding Junhui
Final Score 4-6

Group 2 (November 9)

Mark Selby v Liang Wenbo
Final Score: 4-0

Mark Allen v Joe Perry
Final Score: 4-2

Mark Selby v Mark Allen
Final Score: 5-6

Group 4 (November 10)

Shaun Murphy v John Higgins
Final Score: 2-4

Judd Trump v Anthony McGill
Final Score: 4-3

John Higgins v Judd Trump
Final Score: 6-4

Dafabet Masters 2016

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Barry Hawkins v Ronnie O'Sullivan
Sunday 17th of January, 2016 Afternoon session at 1:00pm
Evening session at 7:00pm
Score: Barry Hawkins 1-10 Ronnie O'Sullivan


Barry Hawkins v Judd Trump
(SF1) (Saturday January 16th- 1pm)
Final Score: Barry Hawkins 6-4 Judd Trump

Ronnie O'Sullivan v Stuart Bingham
(SF2) (Saturday 16th- 17pm)
Final Score:Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-3 Stuart Bingham


Mark Selby v Ronnie O'Sullivan
(QF3) (Thursday January 14th – 1pm)
Final Score: Mark Selby 3-6 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Mark Allen v Barry Hawkins
(QF1) (Thursday January 14th – 7pm)
Final Score: Mark Allen 2-6 Barry Hawkins

Judd Trump v Neil Robertson
(QF2) (Friday January 15th – 1pm)
Final Score:Judd Trump 6-5 Neil Robertson

John Higgins v Stuart Bingham
(QF4) (Friday January 15th – 7pm)
Final Score: John Higgins 3-6 Stuart Bingham

First Round Draw

Shaun Murphy v Mark Allen
(Sunday 10th January – 1pm)
Final Score: Shaun Murphy 4-6 Mark Allen

Stuart Bingham v Ding Junhui
(Sunday 10th January – 7pm)
Final Score: Stuart Bingham 6-4 Ding Junhui

Barry Hawkins v Joe Perry
(Monday 11th January – 7pm)
Final Score:Barry Hawkins 6-3 Joe Perry

Judd Trump v Stephen Maguire
(Monday 11th January – 1pm)
Final Score: Judd Trump 6-4 Stephen Maguire

Neil Roberston v Marco Fu
(Wednesday 13th January – 7pm)
Final Score: Neil Roberston 6-0 Marco Fu

Mark Selby v Ricky Walden
(Tuesday 12th January – 7pm)
Final Score: Mark Selby 6-0 Ricky Walden

Ronnie O’ Sullivan v Mark Williams
(Tuesday 12th January – 1pm)
Final Score: Ronnie O’ Sullivan 6-5 Mark Williams

John Higgins v Liang Wenbo
(Wednesday 13th January – 1pm)
Final Score: John Higgins 6-4 Liang Wenbo

Dafabet Masters 2015

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First Round Draw

Ronnie O'Sullivan v Ricky Walden
(Tuesday January 13 at 1pm)
Final Score: Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-4 Ricky Walden

Stuart Bingham v Marco Fu
(Sunday January 11 at 7pm)
Final Score: Marco Fu 6-3 Stuart Bingham

Barry Hawkins v Ali Carter
(Tuesday January 13 at 7pm)
Final Score: Ali Carter 6-1 Barry Hawkins

Neil Robertson v Robert Milkins
(Monday January 12 at 7pm)
Final Score: Neil Robertson 6-4 Robert Milkins

Ding Junhui v Joe Perry
(Wednesday January 14 at 7pm)
Final Score: Joe Perry 6-3 Ding Junhui

Mark Allen v John Higgins
(Wednesday January 14 at 1pm)
Final Score: Mark Allen 6-4 John Higgins

Judd Trump v Stephen Maguire
(Monday January 12 at 1pm)
Final Score: Stephen Maguire 6-4 Judd Trump

Mark Selby v Shaun Murphy
(Sunday January 11 at 1pm)
Final Score: Shaun Murphy 6-5 Mark Selby.





China Liang Wenbo v Wales Duane Jones (4-1)
Tom Ford v Xu Si (4-1)
Basem Eltahhan v Jamie Jones (0-4)
Noppon Saengkham v Yan Bingtao (0-4)
Anthony McGill v Michael Holt (4-3)
Lyu Haotian v Allan Taylor
Akani Songsermsawad v Matthew Bolton (4-2)
Chris Totten v Joe Swail (3-4)


Jimmy Robertson v Adam Duffy (4-2)
Gary Wilson v Sean O'Sullivan (4-1)
Li Hang v Chris Wakelin (4-2)
Neil Robertson v Billy Joe Castle
Ian Preece v Mei Xiwen (4-0)
Sam Craigie v Aditya Mehta (0-4)
Chen Zifan v Sanderson Lam (4-3)
Barry Hawkins v Peter Lines (4-2)


Judd Trump v Robbie Williams (4-3)
Yu Delu v Mark Joyce (3-4)
Matthew Stevens v Eden Sharav (4-0)
Josh Boileau v David Gilbert
Luca Brecel v Ryan Day
David Grace v Mark Williams
Jamie Curtis-Barrett v Li Yuan (2-4)
Rory McLeod v Jack Lisowski (0-4)


Rhys Clark v Alan McManus
Zhang Yong v Kurt Dunham (4-3)
Mark Davis v Chen Zhe (4-3)
Ronnie O'Sullivan v Zhang/Burns
Robert Milkins v Stephen Maguire
Ashley Hugill v Nigel Bond (4-2)
Matthew Selt v Alfie Burden
John Higgins v Elliot Slessor (4-3)


Ding Junhui v Christopher Keogan
Lukas Kleckers v Michael White
Craig Steadman v Robin Hull
Ben Woollaston v Peter Ebdon
Ali Carter v Oliver Lines (4-1)
James Wattana v Martin O'Donnell
John Astley v Paul Davison
Yuan Sijun v Joe Perry


Ken Doherty v Gerard Greene
Anthony Hamilton v Alexander Ursenbacher
Stuart Carrington v Boonyarit Keattikun
Mark Allen v Jimmy White (4-0)
Liam Highfield v Fergal O'Brien (4-3)
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh v Kurt Maflin
Dominic Dale v Daniel Wells
Shaun Murphy v Iran Soheil Vahedi (4-1)


Marco Fu v Tian Pengfei
Michael Georgiou v Hammad Miah
Mitchell Mann v Leo Fernandez (4-3)
Zhou Yuelong v Andrew Higginson
Stuart Bingham v Lee Walker (4-0)
Mark King v Fang/O'Connor
Martin Gould v Zhao Xintong
Hossein Vafaei v China Niu Zhuang


Chuan Leong v Graeme Dott
Cao Yupeng v Hamza Akbar
Mike Dunn v Alex Borg
Kyren Wilson v Rod Lawler (4-3)
Xiao Guodong v Wang Yuchen (4-2)
Jak Jones v Ricky Walden
Sam Baird v Ross Muir
Mark Selby v Scott Donaldson




Quarter-final one (O’Sullivan v Fu): Thursday January 15 at 1pm
Final Score: Ronnie O’Sullivan 6- 1 Marco Fu

Quarter-final two (Carter v Robertson): Thursday January 15 at 7pm
Final Score: Allister Carter 1 – 6 Neil Robertson

Quarter-final three (Perry v Allen): Friday January 16 at 1pm
Final Score: Joe Perry 4 – 6 Mark Allen

Quarter-final four ( Maguire v Murphy): Friday January 16 at 7pm
Final Score: Stephen Maguire 4 – 6 Shaun Murphy

Semi-final one (Ronnie O’Sullivan v Neil Robertson): Saturday January 17 at 1pm
Final Score: Neil Robertson 6-1 Ronnie O’Sullivan

Semi-final two(Mark Allen v Shaun Murphy): Saturday January 17 at 7pm
Final Score: Mark Allen 2 – 6 Shaun Murphy

Final (Neil robertson v Shaun Murphy): Sunday 18th January 2015
Final Score: Neil Robertson 2- 10 Shaun Murphy


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  • 2017
    • Macca’s View on the 2017 Transfers in EPL and La Liga
    • World Championship of Snooker Final
    • World Snooker Championship Semi-final
    • World Championship of Snooker Quarter-finals
    • World Championship of Snooker 2017
    • Macca's view on English Football and UCL
    • Jimmy's Final pick for the Masters 2017
    • Jimmy’s Semi-final picks for the Masters 2017
    • Jimmy’s Latest Picks for The Masters 2017
    • Jimmy’s Interview Ahead of Masters 2017
  • 2016
    • Macca’s View on the UCL Draw
    • Macca’s Latest Views on English Football and Champions League
    • Champion of Champions 2016 Final Day
    • Champion of Champions 2016 Semi-Finals
    • Champion of Champions 2016
    • Macca’s Latest Views on EPL and UCL
    • First Interview with Steve McManaman
    • Dafabet Masters 2016
  • 2015
    • Gibraltar Open 2015
    • English Premier League 2015-2016
    • World Series of Poker 2015
    • World Championship 2015
    • Dafabet Masters 2015

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