Snooker World Cup 2017 live stream: The essential guide of how to watch live online
The Snooker World Cup returns as 24 nations do battle in Wuxi, and selected matches are also available to watch live online.
The unique invitational features 24 two-man teams competing for $800,000 in prize money in a round-robin and knock-out format.
The event returns following a two-year absence, with Yan Bingtao and Zhou Yuelong of China B aiming to successfully defend the title they won on home soil last time out.
As the host nation, China have two teams in action, though it's England's Judd Trump and Barry Hawkins who start out as pre-tournament favourites.
John Higgins and Anthony McGill form a strong Scotland duo, while Mark Williams and recent Riga Masters winner Ryan Day team up for Wales.
The round-robin phase will consist of four groups of six teams, with the top two from each progressing to the Quarter-Finals. The format will include both singles and doubles matches.
The tournament takes place from July 3-9 in Wuxi, China, with matches also streamed live on desktop or mobile devices in the UK and various other regions.
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To tune in live online, simply:
1) Go to bet365 through this special link
2) Register an account
3) Click on live streaming at the top of the homepage
4) Select 'Snooker' from the drop down menu and enjoy the action!
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