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Ronnie O’Sullivan v Neil Robertson live stream | Masters Snooker 2022 preview

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Ronnie O’Sullivan and Neil Robertson face off in a grudge Quarter-Final clash at The 2022 Masters on Thursday.

A repeat of last month’s World Grand Prix final sees Robertson bidding for revenge over ‘The Rocket’ – who will have the backing of a sell-out Ally Pally crowd on home soil in London.

O’Sullivan is the record seven-time Masters champion and boasts a prolific strike rate in the sport’s most prestigious invitational with 13 finals from 26 appearances.

The 46-year-old is making the short trip from Essex to the Alexandra Palace for the first time since 2019, having opted not to participate in 2020, before losing to John Higgins in the Quarter-Finals in Milton Keynes 12 months ago.

O’Sullivan came into the event on the back of winning his 38th career ranking title at the World Grand Prix before Christmas to end a run of five consecutive defeats in televised ranking finals.

The world number three has also reached the Semi-Finals of the English Open and Scottish Open this season and maintained his run of having not lost his opening match at The Masters for a decade by thrashing Jack Lisowski 6-1 in the opening round on Tuesday.

O’Sullivan, who last triumphed here in 2017, is eyeing a perfect start to 2022 in what will be his 30th year as a professional.

Robertson is aiming to double his tally of Masters titles a decade on from winning his first at this atmospheric venue.

The world number four ended a run of successive First Round exits in this event by defeating Anthony McGill 6-3 but will be eyeing a marked improvement from what was a tough battle.

Robertson claimed the English Open title in November to take his overall ranking title tally to 21, and is no stranger to reaching the final here, having also finished runner-up in 2013 and 2015.

The Australian ace thrashed O’Sullivan 10-4 in the final of last year’s Tour Championship before ‘The Rocket’ gained his revenge in Coventry last month with a 10-8 success.

O’Sullivan has won 18 of their 28 previous meetings, including two of their three previous fixtures in this competition.

Their latest show-down gets under way from 1pm GMT on Thursday and will be contested over the best of 11 frames.

Either 1999 and 2006 champion John Higgins or 1998 and 2003 champion Mark Williams will await the winner in the Semi-Finals on Saturday.

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