The Masters begins this Sunday as snooker’s elite meet at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes – and it’s not one to be missed.

The second-longest running tournament behind the World Championship, the Masters is one of the three Triple Crown events, and snooker’s best will be eager to etch their name into the history books next week.

Judd Trump is going into the tournament as the 5/2 favourite and has been having a fantastic season after winning the English Open, the Northern Ireland Open and the World Grand Prix.

He’ll be joined by the likes of reigning UK Championship winner Neil Robertson (4/1) and seven-time Masters winner Ronnie O’Sullivan (4/1). The Rocket will be looking to make his mark having not won a title this season.

Stuart Bingham, meanwhile, will be defending his Masters crown and is currently 25/1 to do so.

Full schedule

First round

Sunday, 10 January

13:00 – Judd Trump v David Gilbert

19:00 – Kyren Wilson v Jack Lisowski

Monday, 11 January

13:00 – Stuart Bingham v Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

19:00 – Shaun Murphy v Mark Williams

Tuesday, 12 January

13:00 – Neil Robertson v Yan Bingtao

19:00 – Mark Selby v Stephen Maguire

Wednesday, 13 January

13:00 – Ronnie O’Sullivan v Ding Junhui

19:00 – John Higgins v Mark Allen

Quarter-finals

Thursday, 14 January

13:00 – Judd Trump/David Gilbert v Kyren Wilson/Jack Lisowski

19:00 – Stuart Bingham/Thepchaiya Un-Nooh v Shaun Murphy/Mark Williams

Friday, 15 January

13:00 – John Higgins/Mark Allen v Ronnie O’Sullivan/Ding Junhui

19:00 – Mark Selby/Stephen Maguire v Neil Robertson/Yan Bingtao

Semi-finals

Saturday, 16 January

13:00 – TBC v TBC

19:00 – TBC v TBC

Final

Sunday, 17 January

13:00 & 19:00 – TBC v TBC

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