Masters snooker draw

2019 Masters Snooker Draw

Defending champion Mark Allen has been paired with Luca Brecel in the first round of the Dafabet Masters snooker draw.

Masters snooker draw
Brecel and Allen. Photo credit: World Snooker

Snooker’s biggest invitation tournament, to run from January 13 to 20, will once again take place at the Alexandra Palace in London

It’s an elite field with only the world’s top 16 players earning the chance to compete for the £200,000 top prize and famous Paul Hunter Trophy.

Northern Ireland’s Allen won the title for the first time last season, beating Kyren Wilson 10-7 in the final.

The “Pistol”, who is currently competing in the final of the UK Championship where the draw was made in York, starts the defence of his title against Brecel on the opening day.

Crowd favourite Ronnie O’Sullivan, who has won the Masters a record number of times, will start his bid for an eighth crown against Stuart Bingham on Monday January 14 at 1pm.

World Champion Mark Williams faces Neil Robertson, while Judd Trump will take on Kyren Wilson in a repeat of last season’s semi-final, which Wilson won 6-5.

The Masters snooker draw

Mark Allen v Luca Brecel – Sunday January 13 at 1pm

Ding Junhui v Jack Lisowski – Monday January 14 at 7pm

John Higgins v Ryan Day – Sunday January 13 at 7pm

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Stuart Bingham – Monday January 14 at 1pm

Mark Selby v Stephen Maguire – Wednesday January 16 at 7pm

Judd Trump v Kyren Wilson – Wednesday January 16 at 1pm

Barry Hawkins v Shaun Murphy – Tuesday January 15 at 7pm

Mark Williams v Neil Robertson – Tuesday January 15 at 1pm


QF1 (Allen / Brecel v Ding / Lisowksi): Thursday January 17 at 7pm

QF2 (Higgins / Day v O’Sullivan / Bingham): Thursday January 17 at 1pm

QF3 (Selby / Maguire v Trump / Wilson): Friday January 18 at 1pm

QF4 (Hawkins / Murphy v Williams / Robertson):  Friday January 18 at 7pm

Televised by BBC and Eurosport, the Dafabet Masters is one of snooker’s Triple Crown events with a history dating back to 1975.

Tickets for most sessions are still available.

For details call 0871 620 7052 (calls cost 13p plus network access charges) or visit

Click here to view the full Masters snooker draw.

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