Liskowski to face Selby in Scottish Open final
England's Jack Lisowski beat defending champion Mark Allen in the deciding frame to set up a Scottish Open final with Mark Selby.
Lisowksi, 28, won three frames in a row from 3-2 down before being taken the distance by Northern Irishman Allen at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.
A break of 95 then sent the world number 14 through to Sunday's final.
Selby thrashed world champion Judd Trump's conqueror David Gilbert 6-1 in an all-English semi-final.
After a slow start from both players, Selby hit his stride with breaks of 76, 84 and 123 to ease to victory.
"As the tournament has gone on I feel I've played a bit better," world number four Selby told Eurosport. "I keep going in and out of focus. I'm focused until I think I've won the frame and then I slack off which I shouldn't do."