THE World Snooker Championship is down to the final, pitting Ronnie O'Sullivan against Kyren Wilson.
Snooker fans had their traditional springtime tournament postponed when the coronavirus pandemic halted all large events, but the final this weekend will have around 300 fans in attendance.Ronnie O'Sullivan takes on Kyren Wilson in the finalCredit: REX
O'Sullivan defeated Mark Selby while Wilson beat Anthony Gill in the semi-finals to reach this weekend's showpiece.
When is the World Snooker Championships being held?The 2020 World Snooker Championship started on Friday 31 July, and will be concluding on Sunday 16 August. The two week run ends this Sunday after the competition was pushed back in April. The final - between O'Sullivan and Selby - takes place across the weekend of August 15-16.
What TV channel and live stream is the World Snooker Championships final on?Coverage for the Championship will be available across the Eurosport and BBC platforms. Sky Sports customers already have Eurosport included as part of their subscription package.
Where can I watch it for free?Alternatively the final will be available on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and BBC Two free to all viewers with a valid TV licence.
What time does the final start?
The schedule is as follows below: (All times in BST)
Saturday, August 15BBC One: from 1:15pm BBC Two: from 4:30pm and 7:30pm Eurosport: from 10am, 2:30pm and 7pm
Sunday, August 16BBC Two: from 1:30pm and 7:30pm Eurosport: from 10am, 2:30pm and 7pm