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Nations confirmed for 2019 Snooker World Cup

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Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo are the defending champions (credit:World Snooker)

Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo are the defending champions (credit:World Snooker)

The 24 nations for the 2019 Snooker World Cup have been announced, with the unique doubles event set to return later this month.

The non-ranking tournament, televised live on Eurosport, will feature 24 teams of two competing for glory in Wuxi, China from June 24-30.

The $800,000 event returns for the first time since 2017, when Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo of China A claimed the title with victory over England’s Judd Trump and Barry Hawkins.

The teams will initially be split into four groups, each comprised of six teams. The top two in each group will then progress to the Quarter-Finals.

Earlier this year, it was announced that Wuxi will host the tournament every two years for the next decade.

The representatives for each nation will be confirmed in due course.

Snooker World Cup 2019 Teams

China A

Wales

Scotland

Northern Ireland

England

Belgium

China B

Thailand

Iran

Cyprus

Norway

Republic of Ireland

Malaysia

Poland

Hong Kong

Germany

Israel

Australia

Saudi Arabia

Switzerland

Malta

India

Austria

United Arab Emirates