Tournament winners of the past year convene in Milton Keynes for the annual Champion of Champions, and you can follow the latest results and fixtures here.
The eighth staging of the 16-player invitational features champions and top ranked stars from 2019/20 competing for £440,000 in prize money at the Marshall Arena.
The field is initially split into four groups, with one group played on each day prior to the weekend’s overall Semi-Finals and Final.
Neil Robertson is the defending champion, having defeated Judd Trump 10–9 in last year’s epic final.
Robertson is situated in Group One alongside UK Champion Ding Junhui, four-time World Champion John Higgins and World Seniors Champion Jimmy White.
Three-time Champion of Champions and current World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan is in Group Three alongside Michael Holt, Mark Allen and Scott Donaldson.
Group Four sees multiple ranking title holder Mark Selby, Tour Champion Stephen Maguire, world finalist Kyren Wilson and Championship League One winner Luca Brecel battle it out.
Group Two sees world number one Judd Trump, a multiple ranking title holder, joined by Stuart Bingham, Shaun Murphy and David Gilbert.
The tournament runs from November 2-8, with group Semi-Finals to be contested over the best of seven frames, group finals best of 11, overall Semi-Finals best of 11 and the overall final best of 19.
Champion of Champions Snooker 2020 Schedule
Monday November 2
1 Neil Robertson 4-0 Jimmy White
2 John Higgins 3-4 Ding Junhui
9 Neil Robertson 6-4 Ding Junhui
Tuesday November 3
5 Judd Trump 4-0 Stuart Bingham
6 Shaun Murphy 2-4 David Gilbert
11 Judd Trump 6-3 David Gilbert
Wednesday November 4
4 Mark Selby 4-2 Luca Brecel
3 Kyren Wilson 4-1 Stephen Maguire
10 Mark Selby 6-5 Kyren Wilson
Thursday November 5
8 Ronnie O’Sullivan 4-1 Michael Holt
7 Mark Allen 4-3 Scott Donaldson
12 Ronnie O’Sullivan 3-6 Mark Allen
Friday November 6
Neil Robertson 6-5 Mark Selby
Saturday November 7
Judd Trump 1-6 Mark Allen
Sunday November 8
1pm & 7pm
Neil Robertson 6-10 Mark Allen
Semi-Final losers: £30,000
Group runner-up: £17,500
First Round losers: £12,500