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World Snooker Championship 2019 Live Scores and Tournament Schedule of Play

The class of 2019 (credit:Myles Wright/Zuma Press/PA Images)

The highlight of the snooker season sees the world’s top cueists descend on The Crucible for the World Championship, and you can follow all the latest results and fixtures here.

The annual snooker show-piece features the world’s top 16 ranked players alongside a further 16 qualifiers as they battle it out for £2.2 million in prize money from April 20 to May 6.

A record £500,000 top prize is on offer this year as a host of decorated stars and exciting emerging talents lock horns at the sport’s spiritual home.

Eight previous World Champions are included in the star-studded line-up, while seven players will make their Crucible debut – the most for 20 years.

Mark Williams is the defending champion after he defeated John Higgins 18-16 in last year’s final to claim the crown the third time and end a 15-year wait.

Williams is bidding to become only the fifth player to successfully retain the title at The Crucible, but faces competition from a formidable field of challengers, headed by five-time World Champion and current world number one Ronnie O’Sullivan – who starts out as pre-tournament favourite.

Masters Champion Judd Trump, 2010 champion Neil Robertson and four-time Crucible king Higgins and UK Championship final Mark Allen are among the other front-runners.

Other seeded stars eyeing glory include the likes of 2016 runner-up Ding Junhui, 2005 winner Shaun Murphy, 2015 champion Stuart Bingham, Barry Hawkins and Kyren Wilson.

The seven debutants: Tian Pengfei, Luo Honghao, Scott Donaldson, Zhao Xintong, Michael Georgiou, Li Hang and James Cahill will be keen to make their mark on the sport’s greatest stage.

Format

Round One: Best of 19 frames

Round Two: Best of 25 frames

Quarter-Finals: Best of 25 frames

Semi-Finals: Best of 33 frames

Final: Best of 35 frames

World Snooker Championship 2019 Tournament Schedule

*Indicates final session

Saturday April 20

Round One

10am

Mark Williams 6-3 Martin Gould

Luca Brecel 5-4 Gary Wilson

2.30pm

Neil Robertson 9-0 Michael Georgiou

Ding Junhui 6-3 Anthony McGill

7pm

Mark Williams 10-7 Martin Gould*

Stephen Maguire 4-5 Tian Pengfei

Sunday April 21

Round One

10am

John Higgins 6-3 Mark Davis

Ding Junhui 10-7 Anthony McGill*

2.30pm

Shaun Murphy 9-0 Luo Honghao

Luca Brecel 9-10 Gary Wilson*

7pm

Neil Robertson 10-1 Michael Georgiou*

Stephen Maguire 10-9 Tian Pengfei*

 

Monday April 22

Round One

10am

Shaun Murphy 10-0 Luo Honghao*

Mark Selby 3-5 Zhao Xintong

2.30pm

John Higgins 10-7 Mark Davis*

Ronnie O’Sullivan 4-5 James Cahill

7pm

David Gilbert 6-3 Joe Perry

Mark Selby 10-7 Zhao Xintong*

 

Tuesday April 23

Round One

10am

Stuart Bingham 8-1 Graeme Dott

Ronnie O’Sullivan 8-10 James Cahill*

2.30pm

David Gilbert 10-7 Joe Perry*

Judd Trump 3-6 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

7pm

Stuart Bingham 10-9 Graeme Dott*

Mark Allen 2-7 Zhou Yuelong

Wednesday April 24

Round One

10am

Barry Hawkins 8-1 Li Hang

Judd Trump 10-9 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh*

2.30pm

Kyren Wilson 6-2 Scott Donaldson

Mark Allen 7-10 Zhou Yuelong*

7pm

Barry Hawkins 10-1 Li Hang*

Jack Lisowski 4-5 Ali Carter

Thursday April 25

Round One

1pm

Jack Lisowski 6-10 Ali Carter*

Shaun Murphy 3-5 Neil Robertson

7pm

Kyren Wilson 10-4 Scott Donaldson*

Mark Selby 3-5 Gary Wilson

Friday April 26

Second Round

10am

Shaun Murphy 6-10 Neil Robertson

Stephen Maguire 5-3 James Cahill

2.30pm

Mark Williams 3-5 David Gilbert

Mark Selby 7-9 Gary Wilson

7pm

Shaun Murphy 6-13 Neil Robertson*

Stephen Maguire 9-7 James Cahill

Saturday April 27

Second Round

10am

Mark Williams 7-9 David Gilbert

Mark Selby 10-13 Gary Wilson*

2.30pm

John Higgins 4-4 Stuart Bingham

Stephen Maguire 13-12 James Cahill*

7pm

Mark Williams 9-13 David Gilbert*

Judd Trump 5-3 Ding Junhui

Sunday April 28

Second Round

10am

Barry Hawkins 6-2 Kyren Wilson

Ali Carter 3-5 Zhou Yuelong

2.30pm

John Higgins 8-8 Stuart Bingham

Judd Trump 7-9 Ding Junhui

7pm

Barry Hawkins 9-7 Kyren Wilson

Ali Carter 7-9 Zhou Yuelong

Monday April 29

Second Round

1pm

Barry Hawkins 11-13 Kyren Wilson*

Ali Carter 13-9 Zhou Yuelong*

7pm

John Higgins 13-11 Stuart Bingham*

Judd Trump 13-9 Ding Junhui*

Tuesday April 30

Quarter-Finals

10am

David Gilbert 4-4 Kyren Wilson

Gary Wilson 5-3 Ali Carter

2.30pm

John Higgins 4-4 Neil Robertson

Judd Trump 7-1 Stephen Maguire

7pm

David Gilbert 10-6 Kyren Wilson

Gary Wilson 9-7 Ali Carter

Wednesday May 1

Quarter-Finals

10am

John Higgins 9-7 Neil Robertson

Gary Wilson 13-9 Ali Carter*

2.30pm

David Gilbert 13-8 Kyren Wilson*

Judd Trump 11-5 Stephen Maguire

7pm

John Higgins 13-10 Neil Robertson*

Judd Trump 13-6 Stephen Maguire*

Thursday May 2

Semi-Finals

1pm

John Higgins 3-5 David Gilbert

7pm

Judd Trump 4-4 Gary Wilson

Friday May 3

Semi-Finals

10am

John Higgins 6-10 David Gilbert

2.30pm

Judd Trump 9-7 Gary Wilson

7pm

John Higgins 11-13 David Gilbert

Saturday May 4

Semi-Finals

10am

Judd Trump 14-10 Gary Wilson

2.30pm

John Higgins 17-16 David Gilbert*

7pm

Judd Trump 17-11 Gary Wilson*

Sunday May 5

Final

2pm & 7pm

John Higgins 5-12 Judd Trump

Monday May 6

Final

2pm & 7pm

John Higgins 9-18 Judd Trump

Prize Fund

Winner: £500,000

Runner-up: £200,000

Semi-Final losers: £100,000

Quarter-Final losers: £50,000

Last 16 losers: £30,000

Last 32 losers: £20,000

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Televised highest break: £10,000

Maximum break bonus: £5,000

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Total: £2,231,000