Scottish Open Guide
  • 2020 Scottish Open Snooker Betting Tips
  • Latest Scottish Open Snooker News
  • Scottish Open Snooker Live Streaming
  • Scottish Open Snooker Bonus Bets
  • 2020 Scottish Open Odds
  • Scottish Open Free Bets
  • Prize Money Breakdown
  • Players
  • Schedule & Dates
  • Results
  • Scottish Open Winners & Runners Up
  • Highlights
  • News
  • Social Media
  • History
  • Scottish Open Snooker FAQs

2020 Scottish Open Snooker Betting Tips

The 2020 Scottish Open is a professional ranking snooker tournament taking place from 7 to 13 December at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, England. 

It will be the sixth ranking event of the 2020/2021 snooker season and the third event of the Home Nations Series.

Mark Selby is the defending champion after beating Jack Lisowski in the 2019 final. He faces stiff competition to defend his title in 2020 with Judd Trump, Ronnie OSullivan, Neil Robertson, Kyren Wilson, Mark Allen and John Higgins among the favourites.

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Scottish Open Snooker Live Streaming


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2020 Scottish Open Odds


Check all the Scottish Open betting odds including outright markets such as Winner, Correct Score, Top Combined Points Scorer and Handicaps.

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Prize Money Breakdown


The 2020 Scottish Open prize money is £405,000. The winner collects £70,000 and the runner-up takes home £30,000.

2020 Scottish OpenPrize Money
Winner£70,000
Runner-Up£30,000
Semi-final£20,000
Quarter-final£10,000
Last 16£7,500
Last 32£4,000
Last 64£3,000
Highest break£5,000

Players


There are 128 players taking part in the 2020 Scottish Open who all start in the first round. The main contenders include Judd Trump, Ronnie OSullivan, Neil Robertson, Mark Selby, Kyren Wilson, Mark Allen, John Higgins, Ding Junhui, Shaun Murphy, Stuart Bingham, Barry Hawkins, Yan Bingtao, Stephen Maguire, Graeme Dott, Mark Williams and Jack Lisowski.

Schedule & Dates


The 2020 Scottish Open is being played from 7 to 13 December with the final being played on Sunday 13 December.

Day
Start Time (GMT)
Round
Monday 7 December 10am Round 1
Tuesday 8 December 10am Round 1 / Round 2
Wednesday 9 December 10am Round 2
Thursday 10 December 10am Round 3 / Round 4
Friday 11 December 10am Quarterfinals
Saturday 12 December 2pm Semifinals
Sunday 13 December 2pm Final

Results


Get the latest Scottish Open snooker results as soon as they happen to get ahead of the competition on the upcoming matches.

Scottish Open Winners & Runners Up


The Scottish Open was first held in 1991 with Steve Davis beating Dennis Taylor 9-0 in the final. Davis won six of the first nine Scottish Opens before Stephen Hendry, John Higgins and Ronnie O'Sullivan began to dominate. 

Mark Selby is the defending champion after beating Jack Lisowski in the 2019 final in Glasgow.

Year
Season
Winner
Final Score
Runner-up
Venue
2020 2020/21 tbc tbc Milton Keynes
2019 2019/20 Mark Selby 9–6 Jack Lisowski Glasgow
2018 2018/19 Mark Allen 9–7 Shaun Murphy Glasgow
2017 2017/18 Neil Robertson 9–8 Cao Yupeng Glasgow
2016 2016/17 Marco Fu 9–4 John Higgins Glasgow
2012 2012/13 Ding Junhui 4–2 Anthony McGill Ravenscraig
2004 2003/04 Jimmy White 9–7 Paul Hunter Glasgow
2003 2002/03 David Gray 9–7 Mark Selby Edinburgh
2002 2001/02 Stephen Lee 9–2 David Gray Aberdeen
2001 2000/01 Peter Ebdon 9–7 Ken Doherty Aberdeen
2000 1999/00 Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–1 Wales Mark Williams Aberdeen
1999 1998/99 Stephen Hendry 9–1 Graeme Dott Aberdeen
1998 1997/98 Ronnie O'Sullivan 9–5 John Higgins Aberdeen
1997 1996/97 Stephen Hendry 9–1 Malta Tony Drago Aberdeen
1996 1995/96 John Higgins 9–3 Rod Lawler Swindon
1995 1994/95 John Higgins 9–5 Steve Davis Bournemouth
1994 1993/94 John Parrott 9–5 James Wattana Bournemouth
1993 1992/93 Stephen Hendry 10–6 Steve Davis Plymouth
1989 1989/90 Steve Davis 9–4 Stephen Hendry Stoke-on-Trent
1988 1988/89 Steve Davis 12–6 Jimmy White Stoke-on-Trent
1987 1987/88 Steve Davis 12–5 Cliff Thorburn Stoke-on-Trent
1986 1986/87 Neal Foulds 12–9 Cliff Thorburn Stoke-on-Trent
1985 1985/86 Cliff Thorburn 12–10 Jimmy White Stoke-on-Trent
1984 1984/85 Steve Davis 9–2 Tony Knowles Newcastle upon Tyne
1983 1983/84 Steve Davis 9–4 Cliff Thorburn Newcastle upon Tyne
1982 1982/83 Tony Knowles 9–6 David Taylor Derby
1981 1981/82 Steve Davis 9–0 Dennis Taylor Derby

Highlights


Watch all the Scottish Open highlights at the World Snooker Tour YouTube channel to see how players are performing at the tournament.

News


Get the latest Scottish Open news at the World Snooker Tour website.

Social Media


Follow the Scottish Open on World Snooker Tour social media.


History


The Scottish Open began in 1981 as the International Open and in 1982 the tournament became the second ranking event after the World Championship.

In 1998 the tournament was renamed to Scottish Open and in 2003 was moved to Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh. After the 2004 tournament Sky decided not to renew their contract and the event was dropped.

The Scottish Open returned in 2012 as minor-ranking tournament and was held at Ravenscraig as the fifth event of the European Tour. After three years without the tournament, t The Scottish Open returned in the 2016/17 season.

Scottish Open Snooker FAQs

When is the 2020 Scottish Open Snooker being played?

The 2020 Scottish Open Snooker is being played from 7-13 December 2020.

Where is the 2020 Scottish Open Snooker being played?

The 2020 Scottish Open Snooker is being held at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, England.

What is the 2020 Scottish Open Snooker prize money?

The 2020 Scottish Open Snooker prize money is £405,000.

Who won the 2019 Scottish Open?

Mark Selby won the 2019 Scottish Open after defeating Jack Lisowski 9-6 in the final.

Who has won the most Scottish Open Snooker titles?

Steve Davis has won the most Scottish Open Snooker titles with six titles (1981, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1988 and 1989. Stephen Hendry is next best after winning three Scottish Open titles.