|Dates: Sunday, 6 December Venue: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes|
|Coverage: Watch live on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website and BBC Sport app.|
World number one Judd Trump cruised past China’s Lu Ning 6-2 to set up a mouth-watering UK Championship final against Australia’s Neil Robertson.
England’s Trump, 31, lifted the trophy nine years ago and comes up against Robertson, who won in 2013 and 2015.
Robertson made three superb centuries and two half-centuries in an imperious 6-2 victory over China’s Zhou Yuelong.
Sunday’s best-of-19 final takes place at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, with the winner collecting £200,000.
Two of the season’s form players will meet in a repeat of October’s English Open final, which Trump won in a deciding frame. His incredible run shows no signs of slowing, with this latest victory extending his winning streak to 14 matches.
As well as that unforgettable encounter, Trump has also claimed the Northern Ireland Open this term and was a beaten finalist at the Championship League.
Much like his performances throughout this tournament, Trump was not fully firing but made crucial frame-winning contributions of 66, 107, 97, 54 and 55, finishing in style with a break of 113.
He was also on for a maximum 147 break in the fourth frame but agonisingly missed the 13th black by dropping it short of the corner pocket.
More to follow.