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Muguruza tipped to take down Williams
Garbine Muguruza takes on Venus Williams in their final group match at the WTA Finals and should have too much for the veteran.

The duo will head into Thursday’s clash with an identical record of 1-1 after world number two Muguruza beat Jelena Ostapenko in straight sets but was thrashed by Karolina Pliskova.

Williams needed three sets to get past Ostapenko and was also dispatched 6-2 6-2 by Pliskova.

The winner of the clash will go through to the semi-finals in Singapore and it might just be one match too many for 37-year-old Williams.

The American has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years and made it to the final of both the Australian Open and Wimbledon, losing to sister Serena Down Under while Muguruza was too good at the All England Club.

A run to the last four at the US Open showed that it was no flash in the pan but, after a long season, maybe time will catch up with her in the Far East.

Williams does actually lead the head-head 3-2 but last beat the Spaniard back in 2015 and it is the two-time Grand Slam champion who has dominated in recent times.

The 24-year-old won on the clay at the Rome Masters in three sets this year while she swept the Florida resident away 7-5 6-0 to lift the famous Wimbledon plate during the summer.

Both players will need to dig deep after their efforts this year and it may well be that fitness plays a part and Muguruza clearly has age on her side.

Williams should not be discounted as she has shown time and again that it is folly to write her off, returning from an energy-sapping illness to challenge for top honours in the twilight of her career.

She may no longer possess the power of the days in which she won five Wimbledon titles in eight years, but has enough court craft to match most of the players on the circuit.

Muguruza is desperate to get back to the top of the rankings and will want to ensure she makes it through to the knockout stage of the season-ending event.

She is priced at n/a to win, with Williams on offer at n/a, and it would be no surprise if the younger of the pair took the match in three sets to book her spot in the semis.

Recommended bet: Muguruza to win at n/a
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