World Snooker Championship 2019: Scores updates, stats and results

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John Higgins takes on Judd Trump in the final of the 2019 World Snooker Championship at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield on Sunday and Monday.

Follow score updates from the final and catch up on frame scores and results from every match of the tournament.

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

Monday's scores

Judd Trump Eng 16-9 John Higgins Sco

Third session eight frames: 0-113 113, 35-60 59, 101-0 101, 72-0 71, 126-0 126, 16-92 67, 11-79 70, 104-0 104 - score 16-9

Final session 10 frames: starts at 19:00 BST

Sunday's scores

Second session: 1-125 125, 66-0, 139-4 135, 67-45, 118-0 114, 64-30, 95-28 71, 70-20 58, 85-19 70 - score 12-5

First session: 66-1 51, 72-45 63, 0-139 139, 105-0 105, 8-70 69, 0-74, 0-101 101 103-4 103 - score 4-4

Centuries in 2019 final: 11 - Trump 7, Higgins 4 beats previous record of eight set by Stephen Hendry & Peter Ebdon in 2002 and Ronnie O'Sullivan & Barry Hawkins in 2013

Most centuries in 2019 tournament: Trump 14, Higgins 12 best is 16 by Hendry in 2002

2019 tournament centuries: 100 previous best of 86 set in 2015 and matched in 2016

Highest tournament break: John Higgins 143 v David Gilbert - semi-final last 147 was by Stephen Hendry in 2012

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Gary Wilson Eng 11-17 Judd Trump Eng

61-73 Wilson 61, 62-24, 140-0 140, 24-79 54, 0-70, 88-25, 64-1, 25-74 54, 79-50 Trump 50, Wilson 65, 31-75 56, 76-55, 0-73 73, 0-123 123, 1-90 75, 17-68, 77-4 77, 21-57, 22-60, 76-42, 0-116 114, 69-55, 1-67 67, 92-0 52, 25-63, 55-64, 90-22 68, 6-107 97, 0-88 88

John Higgins Sco 17-16 David Gilbert Eng

85-31, 66-54, 23-85, 0-94 94, 82-46 66, 0-113 113, 6-70, 42-84 51, 6-125 125, 50-64, 58-65, 65-56, 120-0 67 & 52, 65-12 58, 25-73 72, 54-68 Higgins 50, 15-80 56, 61-54, 5-87 75, 70-44, 143-0 143, 15-95 91, 65-32, 84-30, 20-105 105, 91-0 52, 67-22, 78-6 74, 96-0 96, 0-78 78, 41-76 53, 139-0 139, 73-32 55

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Neil Robertson Aus 10-13 John Higgins Sco

59-55 Higgins 55, Robertson 58, 92-30 91, 24-69, 85-4, 49-83 56, 73-37, 49-63, 18-73 73, 103-9 78, 69-59 50 Higgins, 31-70, 84-21 68, 19-71, 0-138 130, 6-68 68, 45-62, 6-118 84, 72-10 50, 114-1 114, 22-65, 73-6, 26-68, 30-101 101

Ali Carter Eng 9-13 Gary Wilson Eng

72-19, 135-0 135, 80-32, 0-133 109, 0-91 86, 0-134 134, 44-68 55, 109-1 102, 66-26, 20-94 51, 0-134 134, 75-63 Wilson 53, 0-106 82, 64-72, 85-20 59, 0-126 117, 99-0 51, 128-1 128, 29-63 57, 37-75, 1-73 72

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Kyren Wilson Eng 8-13 David Gilbert Eng

62-55, 0-111 68, 85-0, 8-63, 32-60 60, 67-1, 74-2, 14-109 109, 0-79 78, 10-78 78, 138-4 138, 17-102 102, 82-0, 5-116 72, 33-70 58, 19-92 60, 73-26, 10-66 56, 68-6 58, 46-66 60, 41-83 63

Judd Trump Eng 13-6 Stephen Maguire Sco

131-0 131, 73-23 67, 137-0 106, 78-1 78, 105-0 101, 67-47, 43-71, 64-13, 62-37, 76-0, 31-75 50, 52-64, 60-24 50, 0-127 110, 40-63, 82-0 82, 0-129 129, 114-0 68, 102-0 82

Mark Williams Wal 9-13 David Gilbert Eng

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