After a tense semi-final face off yesterday, it's the anticipated final of The Masters which will see Ali Carter go up against Ronnie O'Sullivan.


The final showdown takes place at Ally Pally and will decide who will take home that grand cash prize, with all eyes on today's events to see how the prestigious tournament will wrap up.

The semi-finals were a close call yesterday as Ali Carter achieved a great victory over Mark Allen with a 6-3 win on Saturday. Similarly, Ronnie O’Sullivan won with a 6-2 victory over Shaun Murphy.

It's a near-perfect record that O'Sullivan has managed to retain at The Masters, having emerged victorious on 13 out of 14 semi-final appearances at the tournament.

The nature of The Masters means that throughout, many outstanding match-ups have been made and we've seen big names colliding at every stage of the competition in north London.

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Well now, we'll have to wait and see who will triumph and take home the prize, but when is the final airing? brings you the daily schedule and order of play for The Masters 2024.

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The Masters 2024 schedule: Order of play

All UK time.

Sunday 14th January – Final

From 1pm and 7pm (BBC Two / iPlayer / discovery+ / Eurosport 1)

Ali Carter v Ronnie O'Sullivan

How to watch The Masters 2024 on TV and live stream

Coverage of The Masters will be extensively shown across BBC and Eurosport platforms, including discovery+.

The action will be shown from 1pm and 7pm across BBC Two and Eurosport 1 each day, as well as via discovery+. Check out specific channel times above.

The tournament will be shown live online via discovery+ and iPlayer if you want to keep up with the tournament across a range of devices.

If you're looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide or Streaming Guide, or visit our Sport hub for all the latest news.


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