THE most eagerly-anticipated match on baizehas arrived as Mark Selby takes on Shaun Murphy in the World Snooker Championship final.
After two weeks of play the two-day final at Sheffield’s iconic Crucible is here.
It’s nine months since the final in the summer of 2020 and a full crowd is guaranteed in Sheffield for what has been a government pilot with fans attending.
And now they will vie for the World Snooker Championship trophy over two days of action.
- The World Snooker final will take place over two days – Sunday May 2 and Monday May 3.
- The four sessions will take place as follows:
– Sunday May 2 – 1pm and 7pm
– Monday May 3 – 1pm and 7pm
- BBC Two will be showing the World Snooker Championship final live.
- To stream the event live, head to the BBC iPlayer.
- BBC is free to watch on TV and online for all UK viewers with a TV licence.
Source: The Sun
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