Watch five great shots as Kyren Wilson beats world number three Judd Trump 6-5 to book his place in Sunday's Masters final.
- Result: Mark Allen 6-3 John Higgins
- Result: Judd Trump 5-6 Kyren Wilson
- Wilson came back from 5-2 down to claim victory
- Semi-finals, Alexandra Palace, best of 11 frames
Judd Trump (Eng) v Kyren Wilson (Eng)
Mark Allen (NI) v John Higgins (Sco)
13:15-14:30, BBC One, Connected TV and online (14:20-16:30, BBC One Scotland)
13-15-17.30, Uninterrupted coverage on Connected TV and online
16:30-17:30, BBC Two
19:00-22:30, BBC Two
00:00-02:00, Extra, BBC Two
The second of the so-called Triple Crown snooker events, the Masters is considered snooker’s most prestigious invitation tournament.
The 2018 tournament runs from January 14 to 21 with full coverage across the BBC.
The Masters has been held at Alexandra Palace in London since 2012.Copyright: PA
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