Ronnie O'Sullivan
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Ronnie O'Sullivan takes on Mark Selby in the 2014 Dafabet World Snooker Championship final at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield on Sunday.

Where to Watch Live

The first session starts at 2:15pm BST, with British Eurosport and British Eurosport HD providing live coverage of the play. The second session starts at 7pm BST. Click here for the live streaming link.


O'Sullivan sealed a place in the final of the World Snooker Championship after registering a victory over Barry Hawkins in the semi-final on Friday. The 38-year-old defeated his compatriot with a scoreline of 17-7 in the penultimate round of the competition.

The English snooker player has won the World Snooker Championship five times and is the two-time reigning champion, after winning the competition in 2012 and 2013.

O'Sullivan would be aiming to win his sixth world title to sit level on the all-time list with Ray Reardon and Steve Davis. Only Stephen Hendry has bagged more world titles in the modern era, winning it on seven occasions.

Meanwhile, Selby progressed to the last two of the competition after defeating Neil Robertson in the second semi-final at the Crucible Theatre. The tie between the two saw 32 frames being played as it went in Selby's favour in the end with a scoreline of 17-15.

The final will see a total of 35 frames, with 17 frames being played on Sunday. Out of these, eight will be played in the first session and the remaining nine will take place in the later session of the day. The remaining 18 frames will be played on Monday.

What They Say

Ronnie O'Sullivan: "To have got such a comfortable result against Barry is great for me. I hadn't played for two months going into this tournament so I'd got a bit bored of practising, but that's because I didn't enter any tournaments so that's my own fault."

Mark Selby: "I don't feel tired at the moment. I'm sure when I get back I won't sleep because of the adrenaline. Ronnie's a genius - he doesn't fear anyone. He's played some great snooker in patches, but in other patches he's missed balls and nobody's punished him."