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Kyren Wilson aims to record his first World Championship win over John Higgins at the fourth time of asking when they collide in the quarter-finals at The Crucible.

Higgins has claimed a hat-trick of head-to-head wins in Sheffield since 2017, the most recent of which a crushing 13-2 success with a session to spare in the Last 16 a year ago.

The four-time World Champion booked his place in an 18th World Championship quarter-final in breath-taking fashion on Monday evening, producing a vintage clearance to deny Mark Allen in the deciding frame.

That win maintained Higgins’ place in the world’s top 16, a position he has remarkably held down since 1995, and underlined his stature as one of the greatest of all-time under pressure.

Higgins, who saw off Jamie Jones 10-6 in Round One, last appeared in a ranking final two years ago but has reached four ranking semi-finals this season and has continued his trademark consistency at The Crucible.

Since his debut here back in 1995, ‘The Wizard of Wishaw’ has reached the one-table setup on 11 occasions, winning 67 of his 92 matches played and compiling 171 century breaks.

Wilson, meanwhile, finds himself in a seventh quarter-final in what is his tenth Crucible campaign, having come closest to glory here in 2020 when he lost out to Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final.

After making a maximum break in his first round win over Ryan Day 12 months ago, Wilson was then hammered 13-2 by Higgins and will be determined to gain revenge for that heavy defeat.

Wilson has gone about his business quietly and efficiently so far, thrashing the returning Dominic Dale 10-1 before comfortably seeing off debutant Joe O’Connor 13-6.

The world number 12 has also arguably underachieved by his high standards this season by has come good at the perfect time as he seeks a fourth Crucible semi-final.

The match gets under way from 2.30pm BST on Tuesday for a maximum of eight frames, resuming at 10am on Wednesday, before being played to a finish over the best of 25 from 7pm that evening.

Either David Gilbert or Stephen Maguire will await the winner in the semi-finals later in the week.

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