Sanjin Pehlivanovic continues to lead the way at Premier League Pool by one point going into the day seven of play at the Morningside Arena, Leicester live on Matchroom.Live, Viaplay and broadcasters worldwide.
Pehlivanovic now has 15 wins to his name and finished the day in impressive fashion with a 5-4 win over two-time Mosconi Cup MVP Jayson Shaw who was 4-0 up. It came off the back of two 5-4 losses so roles reversed as he kept on top of proceedings. Shaw will begrudge that defeat but still stands in great stead to make the final day after victories over Shane Van Boening, Naoyuki Oi, and Wu Kun Lin. The Brit holds all the cards with fate in his hands with a spot in the top four as it stands.
At the end of play tomorrow, only six will remain in the competition. As it stands, Van Boening, Ouschan, Woodward, and Wu will miss out with the latter closest to the breakaway pack in the top six. Van Boening struggled for any rhythm and trails Oi who occupies the final top six spot by three points. Defending champion Ouschan meanwhile is three points off the bubble also coming after Woodward finished the day with a point against Sanchez Ruiz.
24 matches and 20 hours of Pool live daily from 11 am UK time tomorrow morning on Matchroom.Live, Viaplay, and networks worldwide. Full broadcaster list available below. Coverage can also be found on the Matchroom Pool and Multi Sport YouTube channels in selected countries.
Pehlivanovic will begin Table 1 coverage tomorrow with a doubleheader against Woodward and Pagulayan respectively before Shaw will meet Pagulayan. Table 2 begins with Ouschan against Oi live on the Matchroom Multi Sport YouTube channel.
- Matchroom.Live – UK & Ireland
- AMC Network Hungary
- Fox Sports – Australia (Final Day Only)
- Nova – Czech Republic & Slovakia
- SSC – Mena region
- Supersport – South Africa & Sub-Saharan Africa
- Tap – Philippines
- Viaplay – Latvia, Lithuania, Iceland, Poland, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands
- Vietcontent – Vietnam
- Matchroom.Live – Rest of the World
The 16-player league format invitational sees the world’s best pitted against each other over the opening five days to vie for position in the top ten. After five days, the bottom six are eliminated with the remaining 10 players facing off again across days six and seven before four more players exit. The remaining six then play each other once more on the final day before the top four content the playoffs. All league matches are Race to 5 with the alternate break in action.