Eurosport pundit and former Masters semi-finalist Neal Foulds joins Ben Coley and Richard Mann to preview snooker's second Triple Crown event.
The Dafabet Masters, which begins on Sunday, is one of the most coveted titles on the calendar and Ronnie O'Sullivan will be bidding to win it for the eighth time.
Standing in his way is a potential semi-final clash with defending champion Mark Allen, with Mark Selby, Neil Robertson and Judd Trump all lurking on the other side of the draw in an event which is exclusive to snooker's top 16 players.
Foulds, who reached the last four in 1989, 1992 and 1994, offers his unique insight on the tournament favourite having shared a sofa with O'Sullivan regularly in his work for Eurosport, who broadcast every match live.
He also takes us through the draw with a strong word for Robertson and sets the scene ahead of that crunch showdown between Trump and Kyren Wilson.