The Players Championship 2021 snooker tournament draws to a close today, with finalists Ronnie O'Sullivan and John Higgins battling it out for top spot, silverware and a hefty slice of prize money.


Now both players will compete in the best-of-19 final to take home the £125,000 prize money - and fans will be eager to see whether Higgins can unseat the top-rated O'Sullivan.

Check out our comprehensive guide to the 2021 Players Championship including TV and live stream details and the full schedule.

When is the Players Championship 2021?

The Players Championship runs between Monday 22nd February and Sunday 28th February.

It will be held during its usual week, the same as 2020, without disruption, as snooker has grappled with lockdown restrictions.

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How to watch Players Championship 2021 on TV

Fans can tune in to watch the tournament for free on ITV4.

Coverage begins at 12:45pm and 6:45pm each day of the tournament on the free-to-air channel.

Live stream Players Championship 2021 online

You can also live stream the tournament via ITV Hub on a range of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets.

Players Championship 2021 schedule

Sunday 28th February

F: Ronnie O'Sullivan v John Higgins

Players Championship 2021 scores

Monday 22nd February

Judd Trump 5-6 Stuart Bingham

Kyren Wilson 6-1 Ryan Day

Tuesday 23rd February

Jack Lisowski 6-3 Martin Gould

Neil Robertson 6-1 Lu Ning

Zhou Yuelong 5-6 Barry Hawkins

Ronnie O'Sullivan 6-5 Ding Junhui

Wednesday 24th February

Jordan Brown 0-6 John Higgins

Mark Selby 6-4 Mark Williams

Stuart Bingham 2-6 Barry Hawkins

Thursday 25th February

Neil Robertson 2-6 Kyren Wilson

Jack Lisowski 1-6 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Friday 26th February

QF: John Higgins 6-0 Mark Selby

SF: Barry Hawkins 4-6 Ronnie O'Sullivan

Saturday 27th February

SF: Kyren Wilson 1-6 John Higgins

Players Championship 2021 prize money

Players are in line for a decent windfall should they progress through the rounds at the Players Championship in 2021:

Winner: £125,000
Runner-up: £50,000
Semi-final: £30,000
Quarter-final: £15,000
Last 16: £10,000
Highest break: £10,000
TOTAL: £385,000


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