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Rod Lawler. Simon Lichtenberg. Martin Gould. Jack Lisowski Ashley Carty. Andy Hicks. Paul Davison.
Gary Wilson Rory McLeod. Jamie Clarke. Tian Pengfei. Noppon Saengkham. Zhou Yuelong Jimmy White. Stephen Maguire 9. Alexander Ursenbacher.
Lei Peifan. Alex Borg. Scott Donaldson Chen Zifan. Xu Si. Sean Maddocks. Mark Allen 8. Fan Zhengyi. Robert Milkins.
Anthony Hamilton. Kyren Wilson 5. David Lilley. Ken Doherty. Chris Wakelin. Michael Holt Soheil Vahedi. Louis Heathcote. Brandon Sargeant. David Grace.
David Gilbert Sam Craigie. Amine Amiri. Michael White. Barry Hawkins Iulian Boiko . Liam Highfield . Riley Parsons .
Jamie Wilson . Peter Lines . Mark King . Si Jiahui . Chang Bingyu . Andrew Higginson . Declan Lavery a.
Ricky Walden . Steven Hallworth . Pang Junxu . Jamie Jones . Mark Joyce . Ben Hancorn . Duane Jones .
Jordan Brown . Graeme Dott . Brian Ochoiski a. Oliver Lines . Aaron Hill . Page was down.
Fraser Patrick . Lü Haotian . Shaun Murphy . Daniel Wells . Farakh Ajaib . Joe O'Connor . Selt was down. Billy Joe Castle .
Eden Sharav . Martin O'Donnell . Lee Walker . Luo Honghao . Hossein Vafaei . The black is tight to the bottom cushion and the pink doesn't appear to go to the corners, so he'll do incredibly well to secure another frame in one visit from this.
It's a century for Day, who clears up for a Murphy needs to get his hand on the table and his cue arm going quickly here, or he'll be back in the hotel in time for the ten o'clock news.
This is a poor shot from Murphy, who cues across a mid-range blue and misses it to the bottom right. That leaves Day in, who doesn't look in the mood to go home wondering tonight.
He goes into the pack off one red to fashion a nice split, and he soon draws level on points in this frame. Murphy misses a mid-range red to the bottom right at the start of the second frame, but Day can't take advantage; cueing across the table, Day rattles a red in the jaws of the bottom left and leaves Murphy in.
A superb shot on the blue by Day sees the white stun gently into the pack and free a couple of reds. A few shots later he affects a near perfect split on the remaining reds in the pack, and this frame is at his mercy now.
This is a great start by Day, who is up to 60 and counting. Murphy has a go at long red, which rattles in the jaws of the bottom left and then leaps off the table.
That's four to Day, who also gets the bonus of an easy starter and plenty of loose reds beyond that. We'll now switch to covering Shaun Murphy versus Ryan Day, who are just about to enter the arena.
That was an emphatic way to secure victory, and Ronnie O'Sullivan advances into the last 64 in Milton Keynes. Aggressive stuff from O'Sullivan, who clearly wants this sorted in the next five minutes.
A series of attacking positional shots develop reds at a rapid pace, and he's up to a half century already. This looks done. O'Neill is up against it now.
He goes full-blooded at a red to the bottom left, in the knowledge that he'll leave O'Sullivan in if he misses.
He does miss, and O'Sullivan is indeed in; he clips in a thin cut on a red to the bottom right from mid-table, and he's away here. It's not the easiest of tables though; the black is surrounded by reds and won't pot, while the pink is in an awkward position on the right of the table.
O'Sullivan adds 22, and that's enough to secure the frame and leave him one away from victory. The break ends on 57 after too many looses shots catch up with O'Sullivan and he leaves himself without a pot on a red.
O'Sullivan plays safe, from which a disastrous return safety by O'Neill leaves Ronnie with an easy starter to the left middle. That should be curtains for this frame.
O'Sullivan's long game is off tonight, and he misses a long, deadweight red to the bottom left. O'Neill can't drain a long red to the green pocket in return though, and that leaves O'Sullivan in; a beautifully timed red to the bottom right develops two others as he lands perfectly on the black.
It's a nice table, and there are a lot of points on here. O'Sullivan is up to 36 in no time, and this is looking ominous. After potting the brown O'Sullivan has a couple of attempts at landing a snooker, before O'Neill clips in the blue to take the frame and get himself on the board.
O'Sullivan does get in next, and oh boy does he make O'Neill pay; he takes the five reds all with blacks, including a spectacular shot to take the white in and out of baulk off the black to leave himself perfect on the next red.
Yet just as O'Sullivan looks certain to claim a spectacular steal, he goes in-off on the green! What a reprieve for O'Neill, who stuns in the green and O'Sullivan now needs snookers.
O'Neill misses a red with the rest, which he really should have stroked in. Zhou Yuelong. Alexander Ursenbacher.
Si Xu. Robert Milkins. Ken Doherty. Louis Heathcote. Sam Craigie. Barry Hawkins. Anthony McGill. Nigel Bond. Zak Surety. Mark Selby. Neil Robertson.
Jak Jones. Mark Williams. Guodong Xiao. Akani Songsermsawad. Stuart Bingham. Jackson Page. James Cahill. Patrick Wallace. Stuart Carrington. Lu Ning.
Tom Ford. Joe Perry. Fergal O'Brien. Mark Davis. Elliot Slessor. Gerard Greene. Mitchell Mann. Kacper Filipiak.
Simon Lichtenberg. Jack Lisowski. Paul S Davison. Gary Wilson. Jamie Clarke. Pengfei Tian. Jimmy White. Peifan Lei. Alex Borg. Zifan Chen.
Sean Maddocks. Fan Zhengyi. Anthony Hamilton. David Lilley. Chris Wakelin. Soheil Vahedi. Brandon Sargeant.
David Gilbert. Amine Amiri. Alan McManus. Iulian Boiko. Liam Highfield. Riley Parsons. Jamie Wilson. Peter Lines. Mark King. Jiahui Si.