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Judd Trump v Stuart Bingham Live Stream Premier League Snooker Final Preview

Who will walk away with the trophy and £50,000 first prize tonight? (credit: World Snooker/ Getty Images)

Man of the moment Judd Trump takes on the in-form Stuart Bingham in Grimsby this evening for the right to be crowned 2012 Premier League champion.

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Ten of the world's top players started out in August, but now just two remain in a fight to become only the third different winner of this title in nine years.

Snooker's most popular invitational road show event has been dominated by one man - Ronnie O'Sullivan - but now the baton must be handed over to a new winner, with either young sensation Trump or debutant Bingham taking home the £50,000 first prize.

World number one Trump has enjoyed a whirlwind year on the tour and has grown to establish himself as the dominant force on planet snooker at present; tonight, the left-handed sensation goes in search of an unprecedented third title in the same month.

The UK Champion picked up the International Championship crown at the beginning of November, before triumphing on the European Tour in Bulgaria just last weekend and it looks like taking something special to halt the 'Juddernaut' in his current ruthless state of mind.

Trump advanced to the play-offs in this year's Premier League by topping Group B but had to wait until his final fixture to seal progression, his Semi-Final performance however was uncharacteristically under-par, but one which saw him recover from 3-1 down to defeat rival Neil Robertson 5-4 in a match that ended after 1am.

The quick-fire Bristolian thrives under the shot-clock format and is favourite to add this title to his growing list of major televised successes as he looks to prepare for his UK Championship title defence next week in the best possible fashion.

Bingham has taken the Premier League by storm this season and has fully justified his place in the event, qualifying for an invitation courtesy of his Australian Goldfields Open title in 2011.

The Basildon ace romped to the top of Group A undefeated with seven points from his four matches, and make the world of snooker stand up and take notice with unprecedented back-to-back 6-0 whitewashes of Mark Selby and Neil Robertson in the same night.

The man known as 'Ball Run' remains unbeaten in this event after he held his nerve in a last frame decider to edge out John Higgins 5-4 on Saturday and enters the final riding the crest of a wave and out to capture only a second televised title.  

Both players possess deadly break building power as well as an astute tactical game, something which should make for a highly entertaining climax to this year's Premier League.

They have met seven times in previous major competition over the last three years, and Trump has dominated proceedings, having taken victory five occasions to Bingham's maiden win plus a draw.

Trump has prevailed in all three of their encounters in 2012, with the most notable a 6-3 score line in the last 16 of the Masters. 

The bookmakers make Trump the odds-on favourite at 4/9 to clinch yet another title, with Bingham offering outside value at 15/8 with SportingBet given his rampant league form this season.

The match begins at 7.30pm BST and will be streamed live over the best of 13 frames from the Grimsby Auditorium.

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