World Snooker Championship 2019: Match schedule

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The 2019 World Snooker Championship will take place at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield from Saturday, 20 April, to Monday, 6 May.

World number one Ronnie O'Sullivan will bid for a sixth title, while world number two Mark Selby, Masters champion Judd Trump, former champion Neil Robertson and Wales' defending champion Mark Williams will all seek to lift the trophy on 6 May.

Seven players make their Crucible debuts including amateur James Cahill.

2018 winner: Mark Williams Wal

2018 highest tournament break: John Higgins Sco 146

All times shown are BST. The BBC are not responsible for any changes that may be made to the schedule.

Saturday, 20 April

10:00

Mark Williams Wal v Martin Gould Eng

Luca Brecel Bel v Gary Wilson Eng

14:30

Neil Robertson Aus v Michael Georgiou Cyp

Ding Junhui Chn v Anthony McGill Sco

19:00

Mark Williams Wal v Martin Gould Eng

Stephen Maguire Sco v Tian Pengfei Chn

Sunday, 21 April

10:00

John Higgins Sco v Mark Davis Eng

Ding Junhui Chn v Anthony McGill Sco

14:30

Luca Brecel Bel v Gary Wilson Eng

Shaun Murphy Eng v Luo Honghao Chn

19:00

Neil Robertson Aus v Michael Georgiou Cyp

Stephen Maguire Sco v Tian Pengfei Chn

Monday, 22 April

10:00

Mark Selby Eng v Zhao Xintong Chn

Shaun Murphy Eng v Luo Honghao Chn

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