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Matches Preview: Jimenez May Not Be That Far Behind Kaymer


Despite the fact that Miguel Angel Jimenez has the longest match odds of any quarter finalist, the Spanish veteran has possibly been the hottest player over the last two days at the Accenture Match Play Championship in Tucson, Arizona.

Jimenez absolutely demolished what was thought to be a dangerous Ben Crane 7 and 6 in the third round yesterday after handily beating Ryan Palmer on Thursday.

Thus at (7-4), he’s surely someone to consider as he’s obviously got the best value of any player in the head-to-head matchups.

Furthermore, no one has won more holes than Jimenez this week.  His opponent, Martin Kaymer, goes out in singles betting at (4-9).

Ryan Moore has been reasonably impressive thus far but he’ll face his stiffest test of the week when he takes on Englishman Luke Donald.

Moore has beating Francesco Molinari, KJ Choi and then Nick Watney, certainly a collection of quality players.  Furthermore, he’s beaten his first three players by a total of 8-up so it’s not out of the realm that he could upset his oppenet as he currently sits at (11-10).

Donald will carry (8-11) into his match against Moore.

Matt Kuchar Is favoured over YE Yang at (8-11) and he’s looked very good the last two rounds.  If there’s any belief in destiny, one could make a case for Kuchar, as there really is little reason he should have even made it past the first round as he seemed dead on more than one occasion against Anders Hansen before finally closing it out on the 22nd hole.

Yang takes (11-10) into his quarter final match.

The final match of quarters has Bubba Watson going (4-6) into his match against JB Holmes who sits at (6-5).

Normally, it wouldn’t make much sense to give Holmes a realistic shot over Bubba, who’s quickly becoming part of golf’s upper echelon.

However, Holmes has beaten a host of quality opponents eliminating Camillo Villegas, Ernie Els and Jason Day.  It should be expected this match will highly competitive not to mention a long driving showcase with two of the Tour’s longest hitters.


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