If Simon Bedford can win the event he will go level on points with Sean O’Sullivan. Bedford will take the spot though as the ‘countback’ is based on performance in this last event.
The 16 places on the ‘Q Tour Play-Off’ are now known but seeding positions can still change.
The winner of the play-off will earn a place on the World Snooker Tour for the next 2 seasons.
Also at stake today are 5 places in the World Snooker Championship qualifiers next month.
With Si Jiahui and Michael White already in the Qualifiers, by virtue of their WSF performances, players down to seventh position will get the call.
The quarter-final matches begin at 10am and you can follow the results as they come in here: