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Ronnie O’Sullivan v Gary Wilson live stream | Tour Championship semi-final preview

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Ronnie O’Sullivan celebrates against Gary Wilson (Photo credit: Danny Lawson/PA Images/Alamy)

Ronnie O’Sullivan takes on Gary Wilson in the opening semi-final of the 2024 Tour Championship in Manchester on Friday.

Both players have enjoyed a terrific season to date, picking up multiple ranking silverware, and will face off over two sessions for a place in Sunday’s showpiece.

O’Sullivan secured a record-extending eighth Masters title in January to set up the prospect of a first seasonal Triple Crown, having also triumphed at the UK Championship last December.

The Rocket will head to The Crucible in little over a fortnight’s time on a quest for an outright record eighth World Championship title, arguably the final piece of the jigsaw in an extraordinary career.

The world number one has also picked up the World Grand Prix, Shanghai Masters and Saudi World Masters titles this season, taking his career ranking title tally to 41 and is now bidding to claim a second Tour Championship crown to follow his inaugural triumph in 2019.

O’Sullivan signalled his intent by completing a crushing 10-2 victory over rival Ali Carter in the quarter-finals on Wednesday and is now odds-on favourite for the title following the early exits of Mark Selby and Judd Trump.

Wilson, meanwhile, is enjoying a memorable debut in this elite event, having dumped out Selby 10-8 in Round One, before overcoming in-form Zhang Anda 10-8 in Thursday’s quarter-final.

The Tyneside star successfully retained his Scottish Open title in December and went on to claim a third career ranking triumph at the Welsh Open in February.

Now ranked at a career-high 12th, Wilson is firmly among the sport’s elite and is looking to pull off a monumental result against the sport’s all-time great.

He did so en route to landing his first ranking title at the 2022 Scottish Open, before O’Sullivan stormed to a 5-1 rout in the quarter-finals of the recent World Grand Prix.

O’Sullivan has won four of their five previous meetings in total and has his sights set on a sixth televised final of the campaign in what is the final build-up to the big one in Sheffield later this month.

The match gets under way from 1pm BST for the opening eight frames, before resuming to a finish from 7pm.

Either Mark Williams or Mark Allen will await the winner in Sunday’s final at Manchester Central.

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