2007 champion Neil Robertson is prepared for all eventualities when he faces 2017 winner Stuart Bingham in the final of the Welsh Open in Cardiff.
Australian Robertson reached the final with a 6-0 whitewash of Iranian Hossein Vafaei, while Bingham secured his passage with a 6-2 success against fellow Englishman Joe O'Connor.
Stuart is more than capable of crushing anyone on his day, he is such a heavy scorer.Neil Robertson
And Robertson, who like Bingham is also a past world champion, is readying himself for whatever is thrown at him at the Motorpoint Arena.
He told World Snooker: "Stuart is more than capable of crushing anyone on his day, he is such a heavy scorer.
"He plays the game very aggressively. We both play attacking snooker and hopefully I can get on top and have a good run and win.
"I'm also prepared for it being scrappy and can fight it out if need be as well.
"I feel at the top of my game, no doubt. I'm hitting the ball great and playing with a smile on my face."
Robertson is priced at 8/13 to defeat Bingham and claim a second Welsh Open title, with the Australian 15/2 to win by a 9-5 scoreline.
Meanwhile, Bingham is available at 8/1 to secure a 9-7 victory in Cardiff.
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