Judd Trump and Neil Robertson clash in the UK Snooker Championship final today and Express Sport will bring you frame by frame updates. World number one Trump takes on world number three Robertson in what is sure to be a sensational final.
Sunday’s best-of-19 final takes place at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, with the winner collecting £200,000.
Ahead of the final Judd Trump said: Trump told BBC Two: “It is nice to get the win but it was hard fought. I did not play brilliantly but scored heavily at times. Hopefully I have saved my best for Sunday.
“I know I have to be at the top of my game from the start and I thrive on that. It has been a while since me and Neil played at the UK. It is nice to be back in a big final and hopefully I can put the icing on the cake.
“Neil has been up there the past season or two, has found his form again and that is driving me to be the best I can be. He is a wonderful scorer, a brilliant long potter and you know your safety has to be perfect and have to score heavily.
“I am very tired now and it is one more push, there are no excuses now and this a massive final for me, I have a great record in finals recently and hopefully I can go one step further and pick up the trophy.”
What time is the UK Championship final?
The UK Championship final will be played over two sessions in a best-of-19 match.
The first session will get underway at 1pm GMT on Sunday (December 6), with the second session following at 7pm.
TV coverage and live streams of the final will be available via BBC and Eurosport.