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Cazoo British Open Second Round Draw

The draw for the last 64 of the Cazoo British Open has been made. The tournament runs from September 26 to October 2 at the Marshall Arena, MK Stadium in Milton Keynes.

CLICK HERE to watch the draw being made

Tickets are still available and start at just £10, for details click here.

Defending champion Mark Williams will face Ben Woollaston if he gets through his first round match against Andres Petrov. The top 16 seeds have all had their first round matches held over to the final venue.

World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan is up against Alexander Ursenbacher in the first round, and victory would set up a tie with Joe O’Connor.

Wilson and Hawkins could meet again

Kyren Wilson and Barry Hawkins met in the final of the recent BetVictor European Masters and they will go head to head again if they both win their opening ties.

Three-time Women’s World Champion Ng On Yee beat Ken Doherty in the qualifying round and her reward is a meeting with Jordan Brown.

The match schedule will be released soon. The full draw is:

Jamie Jones v Elliot Slessor
Zhao Xintong or Bai Langning v Stuart Bingham or Lei Peifan 
Ding Junhui v Hossein Vafaei or Joe Perry
Zhang Jiankang v Jak Jones
David Gilbert v Lyu Haotian
Mark Selby or Ricky Walden v Mark Joyce 
Jordan Brown v Ng On Yee
Craig Steadman v Ben Mertens
Jack Lisowski or Dominic Dale v Mitchell Mann 
John Higgins or Andy Hicks v Yuan Sijun
Luca Brecel or Graeme Dott v Anthony McGill or Wu Yize
David Grace v Xu Si
Dean Young v Judd Trump or Si Jiahui
Li Hang v Mark Allen or Stuart Carrington
Andy Lee v Yan Bingtao or Oliver Brown
Gerard Greene v Ryan Day
Lu Ning v Zhou Yuelong
Ben Woollaston v Mark Williams or Andres Petrov
Tian Pengfei v Jimmy Robertson
Robbie Williams v Lukas Kleckers
Anthony Hamilton v Jamie Clarke
Kyren Wilson or Mark Davis v Barry Hawkins or Duane Jones
Noppon Saengkham v Fraser Patrick
Chen Zifan v Ross Muir
John Astley v Chang Bingyu
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh v Matthew Stevens
Xiao Guodong v Peter Lines
Ronnie O’Sullivan or Alexander Ursenbacher v Joe O’Connor
Dylan Emery v Cao Yupeng 
Shaun Murphy or Gary Wilson v Zhang Anda
Zhao Jianbo v Ian Burns
Steven Hallworth v Hammad Miah

On the weekend before the Cazoo British Open, on September 24 and 25, the BetVictor World Mixed Doubles takes place at the same venue. For more information on that event including tickets, click here.