A stunning comeback from Northern Ireland’s Mark Allen against Welshman Daniel Wells has secured his place in the Scottish Open final.
Wells, playing in his maiden ranking event semi-final, raced into a 4-0 lead in their best-of-11 content at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow on Saturday.
But Antrim man Allen showed his grit to turn things around against the odds.
A 55 and 59 break halved the deficit for Allen, but Wells took the seventh frame to move 5-2 ahead and within one of victory.
However, breaks of 79 and 106 helped the UK Championship runner-up as he won the next three frames to force a decider.
And Allen ultimately prevailed to reach his second successive final.
He will face either England’s Shaun Murphy or Judd Trump.