Ding Junhui and Judd Trump will go head to head tonight for a place in the semi-finals of the German Masters.
The world number 4 and the world number 3 will battle it out at the Tempodrom’s main table in what is set to be a cracking encounter.
The match is a repeat of the 2014 German Masters final which saw Ding beat Trump 9-5.
Both players have endured frustrating times in recent times but one of them will be able to secure a place in the semi-finals of a major ranking event with victory.
Ding, winner of this season’s World Open, said he was feeling good about his game again after beating Ricky Walden 5-2 in the last 16 round.
And Trump, who recently suffered a heartbreaking Masters semi-final defeat to Kyren Wilson, beat Joe Perry 5-3.
Meanwhile, Mark Williams’ impressive season continued after he beat Matthew Selt 5-3. And Jimmy Robertson, who beat defending champion Anthony Hamilton on Wednesday, reached his first major ranking quarter-final after beating Gary Wilson 5-3.
The remaining last 16 matches take place this afternoon before all four quarter-final matches are staged tonight.