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UK Championship 2020 LIVE – Just a day after Judd Trump’s victory at the Northern Ireland Open, we go again in Milton Keynes as the UK Championship gets underway, with the first round televised live on Eurosport for the first time. Ding Junhui is the reigning champion but Trump and seven-time champion Ronnie O’Sullivan are the men in form. The UK Championship is also live.

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FREE: UK Championship 2020 Reddit LivE Stream Online Watch. The three-time world champion appeared to have found his groove when a brilliant long red set in motion a 140 total clearance, earning him a 2-1 lead.

‘What a brilliant pot’ – Selby pots lovely red to kick-start 140 break’What a brilliant pot’ – Selby pots lovely red to kick-start 140 break ‘What a brilliant pot’ – Selby pots lovely red to kick-start 140 break.

And a fluke at the start of the fourth frame gifted him the chance to establish daylight, but he was unable to convert as White restored parity. After pinching the fifth frame, Selby lost a lengthy safety battle in the next as White refused to be overawed in Milton Keynes, the same venue that had just hosted the Northern Ireland Open due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Selby belatedly asserted his authority to open up a 5-3 advantage and, although White hit back, a knock of 75 finally carried Selby into the next round.

Follow live coverage of the UK Snooker Championship at Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes across BBC TV and online from Saturday, 28 November.

The tournament, which starts on Monday, is being played behind closed doors and away from the York Barbican for the first time since 2011 because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

World champion Ronnie O’Sullivan will seek to win his eighth title while world number one Judd Trump will attempt to lift the trophy for a second time.

China’s Ding Junhui is the reigning champion having beaten Stephen Maguire 10-6 last year in an absorbing final featuring seven century breaks.

You can watch live coverage from Saturday across BBC One, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and mobile app.

If you miss any of the day’s action, catch up on the highlights on UK Championship Extra on BBC Two every night.

You can watch the first round live on Eurosport.

Snooker results

BBC coverage times

All times are GMT and subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made.
Saturday, 28 November

Live

13:15-16:00 – BBC One and BBC iPlayer

16:00-17:15 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

19:00-21:00 – BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and mobile app

13:00-18:00 and 19:00-23:30 – Connected TVs, BBC Sport website and mobile app

Highlights & Extra

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

00:05-02:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Sunday, 29 November

Live

13:00-18:00 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

13:00-18:00 and 19:00-23:30 – BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and mobile app

Highlights & Extra

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

00:05-02:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Monday, 30 November

Live

13:00-15:00 and 16:00-17:15 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

13:00-18:00 and 19:00-23:30 – BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and mobile app

Highlights and Extra

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

00:05-02:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Tuesday, 1 December

Live

13:00-17:15 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

13:00-18:00 and 19:00-23:30 – BBBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and mobile app

Highlights & Extra

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

00:05-02:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Wednesday, 2 December

Live

13:00-17:15 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

13:00-18:00 and 19:00-23:30 – BBBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and mobile app

Highlights & Extra

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

00:05-02:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Thursday, 3 December

Live

13:00-17:15 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

13:00-18:00 and 19:00-23:30 – BBBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and mobile app

Highlights & Extra

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

00:05-02:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Friday, 4 December – quarter-finals

Live

13:00-17:15 and 19:00-21:00 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer

13:00-18:00 and 19:00-23:30 – BBBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and mobile app

Highlights

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Saturday, 5 December – semi-finals

Live

13:15-16:30 – BBC One and BBC iPlayer

16:30-17:30 and 19:00-22:00 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Sunday, 6 December – final

13:00-17:15 and 19:00-23:00 – BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
Catch-up

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National and regional variations

National and regional variations have been included in this list where possible, but please check your local listings for more detailed information.

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