Northern Irish youngster Mark Allen takes on skillful cueist Stephen Lee for the right to be crowned 2012 World Open champion in Haikou tomorrow.
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The duo have battled through a world class field to reach the final of the lucrative event, which sees the winner walk away with £75,000 and a vast amount of ranking points.
Allen will be out to secure his first ever major ranking title by beating the man from Trowbridge, having narrowly lost out to Judd Trump in the UK Championship final in December.
Lee is looking to lift his first silverware since 2006 when he won the Welsh Open; this would be his seventh televised title in total.
He has seen off formidable opposition this week, including Dominic Dale, Neil Robertson, Graeme Dott and Robert Milkins and appears to be back to his best, showcasing his flawless cueing technique.
Allen has hit the headlines on and off the baize during this event, initially hitting out at World Snooker regarding the conditions at the venue, before letting his cue do the talking with a string of superb displays.
He notably knocked out Judd Trump in the last 16 and came from 5-2 behind to defeat Mark Selby 6-5 to book his place in the final.
The pair have met five times in total and Lee boasts the better record, with four wins in major competition, including their most recent at a PTC event in 2011.
The match will be played over the best of 19 frames, the first session gets underway at 6.30am, followed by the final session from 11.30am GMT, with both to be streamed live from the Haikou Stadium, South China.