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EL GOUNA INTERNATIONAL 2022 FINALS: PREVIEW, STATS & HOW TO WATCH LIVE

It’s finals day at the El Gouna International 2022 with four players looking to lift the coveted titles. None of the players in the finals have won this event before so brand new champions will be crowned tonight.

Two exciting matches are in store as World No.1 Nouran Gohar takes on Hania El Hammamy in the women’s final and No.1 seed Paul Coll plays Mostafa Asal in the men’s final.

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Order of Play

Order of play

Nouran Gohar v Hania El Hammamy

We have a repeat of the British Open final in the women’s final as World No.1 Nouran Gohar takes on Hania El Hammamy. The 21-year-old got the better of Gohar in Hull but ‘The Terminator’ will be more determined than ever to get her revenge.

Stats

Gohar holds a healthy 8-2 head-to-head against El Hammamy in PSA matches, but the World No.3 claimed an important win the last time the pair played, in the British Open final.

Squash Levels predictions

Our friends at SquashLevels have predicted a tight encounter with Gohar becoming the champion in a five-set match with Gohar holding a 72% chance of victory compared to the 29% for El Hammamy.

Paul Coll v Mostafa Asal

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Mostafa Asal claimed the first three victories over Paul Coll including two epic five-set matches at the CIB Egyptian Open 2020 and the CIB Black Ball Squash Open 2020.

Coll has asserted himself over Asal in the previous two clashes including a 3-0 win in the British Open semi-finals.

Squash Levels prediction

The SquashLevels predictions see a victory for the No.1 seed with a 67% chance of winning. It won’t be easy however as the predictor has the match going all the way to five games in what should be an exciting affair.

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