Crucible Seeding Race 2021 – Latest Standings

Home » Crucible Seeding Race 2021 – Latest Standings

The Cazoo Tour Championship represents the final chance for the eight players competing to add prize money to their ranking totals prior to next month’s Betfred World Championship.

Earlier today we analysed the current state of play ahead of the competition, while below we will chart the key movements following results over the next seven days.

Final provisional draw (28/03/2021):

Ronnie O’Sullivan (1) / Qualifier

Anthony McGill (16) / Qualifier

Ding Junhui (9) / Qualifier

Stephen Maguire (8) / Qualifier


John Higgins (5) / Qualifier

Mark Williams (12) / Qualifier

Mark Allen (13) / Qualifier

Mark Selby (4) / Qualifier


Neil Robertson (3) / Qualifier

Jack Lisowski (14) / Qualifier

Barry Hawkins (11) / Qualifier

Kyren Wilson (6) / Qualifier


Shaun Murphy (7) / Qualifier

Yan Bingtao (10) / Qualifier

David Gilbert (15) / Qualifier

Judd Trump (2) / Qualifier

Players will be marked in bold once their positions cannot change.

(Subject to all top 16 players entering the tournament).

Day Seven

Neil Robertson v Ronnie O’Sullivan

  • Victory for Ronnie O’Sullivan would mean that the above positions will remain, while Neil Robertson would switch places with Mark Selby by claiming the title.

Day Six

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Barry Hawkins

  • Victory for Ronnie O’Sullivan would mean that only Selby and Robertson could change places in the draw
  • Success for Hawkins would move him up one place to 10th ahead of Yan Bingtao.

Day Five

Mark Selby v Neil Robertson

  • A win for Selby would confirm him as the third seed, Robertson as number four for Sheffield.
  • Robertson would keep his hopes alive of overhauling Selby for third place if he were to win the tournament.

Day Four

Judd Trump v Barry Hawkins

  • Victory for Judd Trump would see 14 of the 16 seeded players locked in position for the Crucible draw.
  • Hawkins would climb two places from 13th to 11th with a win today, confirming two more Crucible positions for Mark Williams and Mark Allen. Hawkins could climb as high as eighth by winning the title.

Day Three

Mark Selby v Kyren Wilson

  • Mark Selby would consolidate third position with victory.
  • A win for Kyren Wilson would see him switch places in the draw with John Higgins

Day Two

Neil Robertson v Jack Lisowski

  • Victory for Robertson would see him remain fourth.
  • Lisowski would overtake Mark Williams, Mark Allen and Barry Hawkins and climb to 11th position with a win today.

Day One

John Higgins v Ronnie O’Sullivan

  • O’Sullivan’s position cannot change as top seed.
  • Higgins would close the gap to fourth placed Robertson with victory.