Masters 2020 live BBC coverage times & match schedule

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Trump thrashes O’Sullivan to win first Masters title
Masters 2020 on the BBC
Date: 12-19 January Venue: Alexandra Palace, London
Coverage: Watch live across BBC Two, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, Connected TV, the BBC Sport website and mobile app.

Sixteen of the world’s top players will compete in the 2020 Masters from 12-19 January at Alexandra Palace in London.

There will be comprehensive live coverage on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, Red Button, Connected TV, online and the BBC Sport app, as well as match highlights on the BBC Sport website for UK audiences.

Judd Trump claimed a comprehensive 10-4 victory over Ronnie O’Sullivan in the 2019 final, ending an eight-year wait for a second Triple Crown title after winning his first – the UK Championship – in 2011. He went on to complete the set of Triple Crown titles at the World Championship in May.

The Masters is generally contested by the world’s top 16 players but seven-time winner O’Sullivan has chosen not to take part in this year’s event. His place has gone to world number 17 Ali Carter.

The winner of this year’s tournament, which is in its 47th year, will take home £250,000 in prize money out of a total prize pot of £725,000.

Schedule and BBC coverage times

All times are GMT and subject to late changes.

First round (best of 11 frames)

Sunday, 12 January

13:00 – Ding Junhui (Chn) v Joe Perry (Eng)

19:00 – Mark Selby (Eng) v Ali Carter (Eng)

BBC coverage

Live

13:00-17:15 – BBC Two

19:00-23:00 – BBC Red Button

Highlights

23:50-00:40 – BBC Two (repeated 06:50 & 09:40, BBC Red Button)

00:40-02:40 – Extra, BBC Two (repeated 07:40, BBC Red Button)

Monday, 13 January

13:00 – Neil Robertson (Aus) v Stephen Maguire (Sco)

19:00 – Mark Allen (NI) v David Gilbert (Eng)

BBC coverage

Live

13:00-16:45 – BBC Two

19:00-23:00 – BBC Red Button

Highlights

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two (repeated 06:35, 09:20 & 12:10, BBC Red Button)

00:05-02:05 – Extra, BBC Two (repeated 07:25 & 10:10, BBC Red Button)

Tuesday, 14 January

13:00 – Judd Trump (Eng) v Shaun Murphy (Eng)

19:00 – John Higgins (Sco) v Barry Hawkins (Eng)

BBC coverage

Live

13:00-16:45 – BBC Two

19:00-23:00 – BBC Red Button

Highlights

00:05-00:55 – BBC Two (repeated 06:25, 09:15 & 12:05, BBC Red Button)

00:55-02:55 – Extra, BBC Two (repeated 07:15 & 10:05, BBC Red Button)

Wednesday, 15 January

13:00 – Kyren Wilson (Eng) v Jack Lisowski (Eng)

19:00 – Mark Williams (Wal) v Stuart Bingham (Eng)

BBC coverage

Live

13:00-16:45 – BBC Two

19:00-23:00 – BBC Red Button

Highlights

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two (repeated 06:35, 09:20 & 12:10, BBC Red Button)

00:05-02:05 – Extra, BBC Two (repeated

Quarter-finals (best of 11 frames)

Thursday, 16 January

13:00 – Ding/Perry v Selby/Carter

19:00 – Robertson/Maguire v Allen/Gilbert

BBC coverage

Live

13:00-16:45 & 19:00-20:00 – BBC Two

19:00-23:00 – BBC Red Button

Highlights

23:15-00:05 – BBC Two (repeated 06:30, 09:20 & 12:05, BBC Red Button)

00:05-02:05 – Extra, BBC Two (repeated 07:20 & 10:10, BBC Red Button)

Friday, 17 January

13:00 – Trump/Murphy v Higgins/Hawkins

19:00 – Wilson/Lisowski v Williams/Bingham

BBC coverage

Live

13:00-16:45 & 19:00-20:30 – BBC Two

19:00-23:00 – BBC Red Button

Highlights

23:45-00:35 – BBC Two (repeated 07:15 & 10:05, BBC Red Button)

00:35-02:35 – Extra, BBC Two (repeated 08:05, BBC Red Button)

Semi-finals (best of 11 frames)

Saturday, 18 January

13:00 – TBC v TBC

19:00 – TBC v TBC

BBC coverage

Live

13:15-16:30 – BBC One

16:30-17:30 & 19:00-23:00 – BBC Two

13:15-17:30 – Uninterrupted, BBC iPlayer, Connected TV & online

Highlights

00:25-02:25 – Extra, BBC Two (repeated 06:50 & 09:50, BBC Red Button)

Final (best of 19 frames)

Eight frames in first session

Sunday, 19 January

13:00 & 19:00 – TBC v TBC

BBC coverage

Live

13:00-17:15 & 19:00-23:00 – BBC Two

Catch-up

You can view BBC Sport output as well as listen to our radio sports programming on the BBC iPlayer.

The BBC Sport website is available via desktop, mobile, tablet and app, giving easy access to the live stream, text commentaries, news, reports and schedules. The BBC Sport app is available free on Apple and Android devices.

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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