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The 16 qualifiers heading to the Crucible will be decided on Tuesday and Wednesday as Judgement Days take place at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.
The lengthy qualification process for the World Snooker Championship comes to an end and there is guaranteed to be plenty of drams in the 16 remaining matches.
After three rounds of best-of-11, the final round is played over a best-of-19 frame format, with eight games over two sessions on Tuesday and eight more on Wednesday.
The 16 men that emerge from qualification will go into Thursday’s draw and each take on one of the world’s top 16 players in the first round at the Crucible.
There are big names like Stephen Maguire, Ding Junhui, Ali Carter and Graeme Dott involved in the final round of qualifying, while the likes of Jackson Page, Ashley Hugill and Allan Taylor are hoping for Crucible debuts this year.
Tuesday 12 April
11am & 5pm
Allan Taylor v Scott Donaldson
Dominic Dale v Lyu Haotian
Stephen Maguire v Zhou Yuelong
Michael White v Jordan Brown
Matthew Selt v Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Tom Ford v Jamie Jones
David Lilley v Ding Junhui
Joe O’Connor v Ashley Hugill
Wednesday 13 April
11am & 5pm
David Gilbert v Anthony Hamilton
Jimmy Robertson v Chris Wakelin
Noppon Saengkham v Robert Milkins
Liam Highfield v Yuan SiJun
Ali Carter v Matthew Stevens
Jackson Page v David Grace
Graeme Dott v Jamie Clarke
Lei Peifan v Hossein Vafaei
As with all the qualifiers so far, Eurosport will be showing all the games on Eurosport Player, their app and on Discovery Plus.
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