2021 Champion of Champions draw, schedule, TV channel, live stream, prize money and odds


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Neil Robertson will be looking to reach a third straight Champion of Champions final (Picture: Getty Images)

The Champion of Champions, one of the biggest events on the snooker calendar, gets underway on Monday in a new venue at the University of Bolton Stadium.

Defending champion Mark Allen has withdrawn from the event due to personal reasons, but it is a star-studded field nonetheless.

The likes of Ronnie O’Sullivan, Neil Robertson and John Higgins are looking to lift the trophy again, while Judd Trump, Mark Selby and others are trying to add the silverware to their collection for the first time.

How to watch the Champion of Champions

ITV4 will be showing the event from the Bolton Whites Hotel, University of Bolton Stadium. Streaming is available on the ITV Hub for subscribers.

Champion of Champions draw and schedule

Monday 15 November – Group 1

1pm – Best of 7

Judd Trump vs David Lilley


Stephen Maguire vs Ryan Day

7 pm – Group final Best of 11

Tuesday 16 November – Group 4

1pm – Best of 7

Neil Robertson vs Mark Williams

Kyren Wilson vs Jordan Brown

7pm – Group Final Best of 11

Wednesday 17 November – Group 2

1pm – Group Semi-Finals (Best of 7)

Mark Selby vs David Gilbert

Shaun Murphy vs Yan Bingtao

7pm – Group Final Best of 11

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World champion Mark Selby takes on Dave Gilbert in the first round (Picture: Getty Images)

Thursday 18 November – Group 3

1pm – Best of 7

Ronnie O’Sullivan vs Stuart Bingham

John Higgins vs Ding Junhui

7pm – Group Final Best of 11

Friday 19 November

7pm – Semi-Final Best of 11
Group 1 winner v Group 4 winner

Saturday 20 November

7pm – Semi-Final Best of 11
Group 2 winner v Group 3 winner

Sunday 21 November

Final Best of 19

Prize money

Winner: £150,000
Runner-up: £60,000
Semi-final: £30,000
Group runner-up: £17,500
First round loser: £12,500

Champion of Champions odds

Judd Trump 9/4
Ronnie O’Sullivan 9/2
Neil Robertson 11/2
Mark Selby 11/2
John Higgins 9/1
Kyren Wilson 11/1
Shaun Murphy 18/1
Yan Bingtao 22/1
Mark Williams 25/1
Stuart Bingham 33/1
Stephen Maguire 33/1
Ding Junhui 33/1
Dave Gilbert 35/1
Ryan Day 80/1
Jordan Brown 200/1
David Lilley 500/1

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