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How to Watch Mark Williams vs Neil Robertson on TV – The Masters Snooker Semi Final

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It was the meeting of two absolute snooker greats as Mark Williams and John Higgins met in their quarter final match up to give the Alexandra Palace a night of truly unforgettable snooker.

Both these players – the ‘class of 92’ as they are known put on a superb display break building snooker that had fans frothing at the mouth and both received an unbelievable reception from a packed Ally Pally quarter final.

Mark Williams v Neil Robertson live streaming instructions

Its a very straight forward process to watch all the snooker action from Alexandra Palace this afternoon. The match is due to begin at 13:00 on Saturday afternoon, and here’s all you need to know to watch the game through a live stream.

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UK visitors can watch the match live on BBC2 or pick out the Bet365 stream illustrated above.

Is the Mark Williams v Neil Robertson match on BBC iplayer?


Yes. the Williams v Robertson match is streaming on the BBC iplayer. Simply login in with your email and confirm you have a TV license to watch the match. The quality of the stream will depend on your internet connection but you should be able to watch a decent feed if you are on 5G.
If you have wireless internet then you should have no problems in accessing the live stream.

The game came right down to the final frame with the scores locked at five frames each, with Mark Williams putting in a 91 clearance to take the match and progress to The Masters semi final.

For both players, it was a game which was showered in respect, both the players and the crowd involved in a spot of mutual back patting – but it was so much deserved.

Mark Williams’s opponent in the Masters Semi final will be Australian Neil Robertson, who came through his encounter with the enigmatic Ronnie O’Sullivan by winning six frames to four. Having to contend with a partisan London crowd was not easy, but the World Number four found enough in the latter stages of the match to overcome his opponent and set up a mouth watering clash with Mark Williams.

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