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Ronnie O’Sullivan v Mark Williams live stream | Tour Championship 2024 Final preview

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Mark Williams withstands Mark Allen rally to reach Tour Championship final

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Mark Williams sinks Ronnie O’Sullivan to clinch Tour Championship crown

O’Sullivan and Williams lock horns for the title

Ronnie O’Sullivan locks horns with Mark Williams in a blockbuster 2024 Tour Championship final at Manchester Central on Sunday.

Two snooker legends – and members of the Class of ’92 – go head to head over the best of 19 frames for the top prize of £150,000.

It is the fourth ranking final the pair have contested but, incredibly, the first since the 2000 China Open showpiece, which O’Sullivan won 9-3.

Just under a quarter of a century later, the Rocket is now seeking his record-extending 42nd ranking title – and his sixth trophy of a decorated season.

The world number one has already triumphed at the Shanghai Masters, UK Championship, Masters, World Grand Prix and Saudi World Masters, and now looks for a second Tour Championship crown.

O’Sullivan, who was the inaugural winner of this event, hit nine breaks over 50 in his 10-2 rout of rival Ali Carter, while three centuries and a 97 helped him to a hard-earned 10-7 victory over Gary Wilson in the semi-finals.

That culminates in a 64th ranking final for the Rocket, while Williams is gearing up for his 41st.

The Welshman arrived in Manchester with little expectation at the start of the week, having only returned from China a few hours earlier.

However, the three-time World champion has demonstrated no signs of rustiness at all, and he has not looked back since a sensational 66 clearance saw him scrape past Tom Ford on the final black in the opening round.

Judd Trump – a player he had beaten just once in nine attempts – was swept aside 10-4 with Williams pinching four frames on the pink and black along the way.

The reigning British Open champion then created Tour Championship history as he became the first player to reel off eight successive frames on the way to a commanding 9-0 lead over Mark Allen, whose brief rally he withstood to eventually prevail a 10-5 winner.

We are subsequently set for a grandstand finale to a remarkable week at Manchester Central, where the best of 19 frames will determine who walks away with the trophy.

Play gets under way at 1pm BST on Sunday with the opening eight frames, before playing to a conclusion from 7pm.

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