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  1. By Shamoon Hafez

    BBC Sport

    Neil Robertson and Judd Trump

    World number one Judd Trump edges past Kyren Wilson 6-4 and Neil Robertson outclasses Mark Selby 6-2 to reach the semi-finals of the UK Championship.

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  2. Last time out

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    Video caption: UK Championship: Ding Junhui beats Stephen Maguire to win title - best shots

    China's Ding Junhui won his third UK Championship by dispatching Scotland's Stephen Maguire 10-6 in an absorbing final featuring seven century breaks.

    Ding, 32, had not won a ranking event since 2017 and last lifted the UK trophy a decade ago - four years after his first triumph as a teenager.

    Back-to-back centuries secured a 5-3 first-session lead and he sealed victory with successive tons.

    Maguire made three tons in four frames, but his poor start proved costly.

    Ding, who won the first four frames in a confident start, becomes only the fifth player to win the UK title on three or more occasions.

  3. BBC Coverage

    All times in GMT & subject to change

    BBC Sport

    BBC Sport has comprehensive live coverage of the UK Championship live on BBC TV, Red Button, Connected TV, iPlayer, online and the BBC Sport app from Saturday, 30 November through to the final on Sunday, 8 December.

    Friday, 4 December


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

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


    23:20-00:10 - BBC Two

  4. What is the UK Snooker Championship?

    Ding Junhui

    The UK Snooker Championship is one of Snooker's 'Triple Crown' events alongside the World Championship and the Masters.

    The 2019 edition of the UK Snooker Championship was held at the York Barbican for the eighth successive year. This year due to the Covid-19 Pandemic the 2020 edition will be held at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes. Early stages of the tournament had already been moved from The Barbican but it was decided at the start of November that the whole tournament should be hosted in Milton Keynes. The Marshall Arena has held all of snooker’s tournaments as part of its bio-secure bubble. The tournament was previously held in York from 2001-2006 and returned in 2011 after being held in Telford for four years.

  5. How to get into snooker

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    Video caption: Davis: My 'mind-blowing' life in snooker

    Whether you choose to play competitively or socially, snooker is sure to get your brain working.

    It requires skill and concentration and will improve your focus and hand-eye coordination. Anyone can play regardless of age, gender or ability and it's not an expensive sport to get into.

    Snooker is essentially a simple sport, once the rules of the game have been learnt - to do just that click here.

    And a great way to start taking part in snooker is through a local snooker club.

    The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards provides aclub finderto locate your local snooker venue.

    To find a club in other areas of the UK please contact the national snooker federations of Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.