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Masters Snooker 2022 - Schedule, order of play, TV channel, and how to watch all of the action live

We’re fast approaching the business end of proceedings at Alexandra Palace.

<p>Neil Robertson. (Photo by Zac Goodwin - Pool/Getty Images)</p>

Neil Robertson. (Photo by Zac Goodwin - Pool/Getty Images)

The Masters 2022 has reached its quarter-final stage, with the world’s best snooker players battling it out for the illustrious title.

The absolute elite have squared off in a knockout tournament over the past few days, with the eventual final two scheduled for a deciding showdown on Sunday January 16th.

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Yesterday saw Mark Williams and Neil Robertson book their places in the semi-finals, with the duo beating John Higgins and Ronnie O’Sullivan respectively.

Friday will see Judd Trump, Kyren Wilson, Mark Selby, and Barry Hawkins bid to join them, with action taking place all through the afternoon and into the evening.

Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s tournament...

How can I watch the Masters 2022?

Full coverage of the Masters 2022 will be shown live and exclusively across the BBC.

Action will be split across TV and online services, with some sessions taking place on the red button.

What’s the schedule for the Masters 2022?

The order of play for the remainder of this week’s tournament is as follows, with all times GMT.

Quarter-finals

Friday 14th January

Afternoon session From 1pm on BBC Two

Judd Trump (Eng) v Kyren Wilson (Eng)

Evening session From 7pm on BBC Two and Red Button

Barry Hawkins (Eng) v Mark Selby (Eng)

Semi-finals

Saturday 15th January

Afternoon session From 1:15pm on BBC One and 4:30pm on BBC Two

Mark Williams (Wal) v Neil Robertson (Aus)

Evening session From 7pm on BBC Two

TBC v TBC

Final

Sunday 16th January

Afternoon/evening session From 1:15pm/7pm on BBC Two

TBC v TBC

What are the latest odds for the Masters 2022?

At the time of writing, SkyBet’s list of favourites to win the competition outright is as follows:

- Neil Robertson, 6/4

- Judd Trump, 5/2

- Mark Selby, 9/2

- Mark Williams, 7/1

- Kyren Wilson, 10/1

- Barry Hawkins, 22/1

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