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Judd Trump v Mark Allen live stream | World Grand Prix 2023 final preview

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Allen soars past Saengkham to reach World Grand Prix final

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Mark Allen survives Judd Trump fightback to land World Grand Prix crown

Trump and Allen go head to head in Cheltenham (John Walton/PA Wire)

Judd Trump and Mark Allen collide in a mouth-watering battle of the left-handers for the World Grand Prix crown in Cheltenham on Sunday.

The players ranked fourth and fifth in the world respectively go head to head over the best of 19 frames for the top prize of £100,000 at the Centaur.

Recently crowned Masters champion Trump is targeting a second trophy in as many weeks, as well as a record-extending fourth triumph in this event.

Meanwhile, Allen is aiming to land his third silverware of the season and become only the sixth different player to win this prestigious tournament.

Trump had endured a steady start to the campaign by his standards; his best performance seeing him finish as runner-up to Ronnie O’Sullivan at the Champion of Champions, where he did enjoy a dominant 6-1 victory over Allen in their most recent encounter.

But despite being far from his brilliant best, the Ace ended his wait for silverware at the Alexandra Palace last week following a 10-8 victory over Mark Williams in the final.

Seven days on, the three-time champion is now appearing in his first ranking final since the World Championship – where he was also beaten by O’Sullivan – after beating Hossein Vafaei, Luca Brecel, Xiao Guodong and Shaun Murphy, while producing four centuries.

The Bristolian has lost two of the three finals he has contested with Allen, but prevailed 10-8 in their highest-profile encounter in the 2011 UK Championship final.

The player of the season so far, top seed Allen is set to appear in his fourth final after another impressive week.

The world number five has already captured the Northern Ireland Open and UK Championship crowns this term, while he was runner-up to Ryan Day at the British Open.

After beating David Gilbert in round one, Allen required deciding frames to defeat Joe O’Connor and Jack Lisowski, before hitting a top break of 127 on the way to a commanding 6-1 victory over Noppon Saengkham in the semi-finals.

Play gets underway at 1pm GMT with the opening eight frames, with a maximum of 11 commencing from 7pm GMT at Cheltenham Racecourse.

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