We have another exciting afternoon of snooker ahead at The Cru' (formerly The Cruce), with each match delicately poised. Young prospects Judd, Jack, Noppon and Kyren will be eager to progress and prove that snooker isn't just an old man sport, while Robertson and Bingham are itching to lift the prestigious World Championship trophy for a second time. Keep an eye out too for the Scottish Syndicate contingent as you never know quite who or what they'll rig next. All the action is available on the BBC (online / red button), Eurosport and comfy illicit streams.
>14:30 (bo25) Anthony McGill 4-4 Judd Trump Neil Robertson 4-4 Jack Lisowski
>19:00 Kyren Wilson 3-5 Stuart Bingham Noppon Saengkham 4-4 John Higgins
Noppon somehow looks different every time I see him.
You can see he's a cool cucumber.
A very disagreeable young woman.
>Well, we've started late here at the Cruncible Spoon, because the women's rugby overran. Now we only have half the time to show you highlights of what you just watched and interviews you saw yesterday. I understand not everyone is terminally loopy. I could even support occasionally explaining the rules again. But this, this just feels lazy.
>nobody hits the ball better than Jack Lisowski Stephen Hendry has been hanging out with Jimmy White for too long.
BuT iTs ToO sMaLl AnD cRaMpEd iN ThE CrUcE!!!1!
i wish i woz at home streming on twich
>BuT iTs ToO sMaLl AnD cRaMpEd iN ThE CrUcE!!!1! That makes sense though. You all think he has autism.
Does Jedd really think he looks better with that pitiful slice of fabric over a bow tie?
Cue sports will always attract Deanos (Hendry, Judd) and criminals (Ronnie, Riggins). I'm more concerned that autists like Steve Davis and Neil Robertson will no longer pick up a cue with all the electronic distractions such as video games.