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World No.1 Ali Farag seeks his first Canary Wharf Classic title tonight, he plays World No.3 Paul Coll in East Wintergarden.


The final of the Canary Wharf Classic take place this evening, with play starting at 19:30 (GMT) at the iconic East Wintergarden in London.

Egypt's World No.1 Ali Farag, a beaten finalist last year, takes on New Zealand's World No.3 Paul Coll, live on SquashTV and multiple broadcasters around the world.

You can also keep up with the live scores from the event here.

Farag and Coll go into today's clash well aware of each other's strengths. Tonight's final will be the fourth PSA match the pair have contested this year, with them meeting in the finals of the Oracle Netsuite Open and the Allam British Open, and the semi finals of the CIB Egyptian Open.

While Farag has the much stronger head-to-head record, boasting a 15-2 advantage over Coll, the Kiwi will take confidence from his greatly improved form of late, as well as his British Open win.

Both players go into tonight's match hoping to complete a clean sweep of the tournament.

Neither man has dropped a game so far, with Farag seeing off Iker Pajares Bernabeu, Miguel Rodriguez and Tarek Momen, while Coll has battled past Youssef Soliman, Joel Makin and Diego Elias to reach the final.

Farag will go into tonight's clash the fresher of the two, having spent 80 minutes on court, compared to 126m for Coll.

With Farag ranked #1 and Coll #2 on the SquashLevels Power Rankings, it is no surprise that there is little to choose between them. In fact, SquashLevels say this match is too close to call, with both players given a 50 percent likelihood of winning.

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