|Dates: 10-17 January Venue: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes|
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Scotland’s John Higgins will face Chinese debutant Yan Bingtao in the final of the Masters on Sunday.
Higgins defeated David Gilbert 6-4, while Yan recovered to stun defending champion Stuart Bingham 6-5.
Yan, 20, can now become the youngest player to lift the trophy since Ronnie O’Sullivan, who won aged 19 in 1995 and Higgins is aiming for a third title.
The best-of-19 final starts at 13:00 GMT, with the winner collecting the trophy and £250,000 in prize money.
It will be the first Masters final without spectators in attendance, being played behind closed doors at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.
The vastly experienced Higgins will start the final as heavy favourite having won this event in 1999 and 2006, as well as being beaten in the showpiece in 1995 and 2005.
If he triumphs, 45-year-old Higgins will become the oldest player to win the Masters, surpassing Bingham who was 43 with his success last year.
The world number six was in sublime scoring form when he knocked out world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan in the previous round and he stroked in 106, 66, 107 and 55 to lead Gilbert 4-2.
The Englishman pulled one back and Higgins missed a frame-ball pink, allowing his opponent to level, but Higgins delivered a break of 56 before then claiming a nervy 10th frame to seal victory.
More to follow.
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