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Northern Ireland Open snooker draw, schedule, TV channel, live stream, odds and prize money

Ronnie O'Sullivan and Judd Trump
Ronnie O’Sullivan and contested final yr’s closing in Belfast (Picture: Getty Images)

The Home Nations Series heads to Belfast this week for the Northern Ireland Open as Judd Trump appears to be like to defend his title.

The world champion and world primary beat Ronnie O’Sullivan final yr in a memorable closing and is again to attempt and elevate the Alex Higgins trophy once more.

The £1m bonus for successful all 4 Home Nations occasions continues to be on provide to after his win on the English Open, however one slip up from the Jester from Leicester and the seven-figure dream is over.

When is the Northern Ireland Open?

The Northern Ireland Open runs from 11-17 November on the Waterfront Hall, Belfast.

Northern Ireland Open draw and schedule

Monday 11 November

10:00 Zhang Anda v Simon Lichtenberg
10:00 Hossein Vafaei v Si Jiahui
10:00 Ali Carter v Robert Milkins
10:00 Li Hang v Elliot Slessor
10:00 Yan Bingtao v Andy Hicks
10:00 Marco Fu v Gerard Greene
10:00 Lyu Haotian v Tian Pengfei
10:00 Matthew Stevens v Chris Wakelin
11:30 Ashley Carty v Rod Lawler
11:30 Thor Chuan Leong v Jak Jones
11:30 Ken Doherty v Michael Georgiou
13:00 Tom Ford v Andrew Higginson
13:00 Mark Selby v Xu Si
13:00 Peter Lines v Mei Xi Wen
13:00 Ryan Day v Harvey Chandler
13:00 Stephen Maguire v Declan Lavery
14:00 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh v Mark King
14:00 Mitchell Mann v Liam Highfield
14:00 Mike Dunn v Mark Davis
14:00 Chen Feilong v Kishan H Hirani
14:00 Ding Junhui v David Lilley
16:30 David Gilbert v Anthony Hamilton
16:30 Jordan Brown v James Wattana
19:00 Patrick Wallace v Robbie McGuigan
19:00 v Chang Bingyu
19:00 Jackson Page v Barry Pinches
19:00 Anthony McGill v Robbie Williams
19:00 Hammad Miah v Martin Gould
19:00 Xiao Guodong v Alexander Ursenbacher
19:00 Ian Burns v Andy Lee
19:00 Barry Hawkins v Eden Sharav
20:00 Adam Stefanow v Luca Brecel
20:00 Shaun Murphy v Fraser Patrick

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Tuesday 12 November

10:00 Liang Wenbo v Kurt Maflin
10:00 Noppon Saengkham v Billy Joe Castle
10:00 Ross Bulman v Zhang Jiankang
10:00 Graeme Dott v Duane Jones
10:00 Bai Langning v Craig Steadman
10:00 Jamie O’Neill v Sunny Akani
10:00 Jimmy Robertson v Igor Figueiredo
10:00 Louis Heathcote v Peifan Lei
11:30 Lee Walker v Martin O’Donnell
11:30 Scott Donaldson v Alfie Burden
11:30 Sam Baird v Nigel Bond
13:00 Judd Trump v James Cahill
13:00 Chen Zifan v Winner of Match 1
13:00 Riley Parsons v Kacper Filipiak
13:00 Stuart Bingham v Lu Ning
13:00 Dominic Dale v Luo Honghao
14:00 IPeter Ebdon v Jimmy White
14:00 Matthew Selt v Daniel Wells
14:00 Mark Allen v Sam Craigie
14:00 Jamie Clarke v Ben Woollaston
16:30 Jack Lisowski v Soheil Vahedi
16:30 Gary Wilson v Yuan SiJun
19:00 Neil Robertson v Mark Joyce
19:00 Ricky Walden v Alex Borg
19:00 Michael Holt v Michael White
19:00 Fan Zhengyi v Fergal O’Brien
19:00 Brandon Sargeant v Joe O’Connor
19:00 John J Astley v Stuart Carrington
19:00 Zhou Yuelong v David Grace
19:00 Ronnie O’Sullivan v Oliver Lines
20:00 Kyren Wilson v Alan McManus
20:00 Joe Perry v Zhao Xintong

Wed 13 Nov – Round Two
Thu 14 Nov – Rounds Three and Four
Fri 15 Nov – Quarter-finals
Sat 16 Nov – Semi-finals
Sun 17 Nov – Final

Northern Ireland Open TV channel and live stream

Eurosport and Quest can be displaying all of the televised motion live, with a stream out there in case you have a Eurosport Player account.

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Northern Ireland Open odds

3/1 Ronnie OSullivan
10/3 Judd Trump
13/2 Neil Robertson
10/1 Mark Selby
12/1 John Higgins
14/1 Mark Allen
14/1 Shaun Murphy
20/1 David Gilbert
22/1 Barry Hawkins
22/1 Kyren Wilson
25/1 Stuart Bingham
40/1 Jack Lisowski
50/1 Ding Junhui
66/1 Graeme Dott
70/1 Thepchaiya Un Nooh
80/1 Gary Wilson
80/1 Zhao Xintong
80/1 Joe Perry
100/1 Zhou Yuelong
100/1 Ryan Day
100/1 Yan Bingtao
100/1 Tom Ford
100/1 Stephen Maguire
100/1 Luca Brecel
125/1 Allister Carter

Odds courtesy of Betfair

Northern Ireland Open prize money

Winner: £70,000
Runner-up: £30,000
Semi-final: £20,000
Quarter-final: £10,000
Last 16: £7,500
Last 32: £4,000
Last 64: £3,000

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