CRUCIBLE DRAW: Trump faces Wenbo and O'Sullivan drawn against Gilbert in first World Snooker Championship round
The draw for the World Snooker Championship has been made this morning - with Judd Trump handed a difficult test against Liang Wenbo.
Elsewhere, Mark Williams and Graeme Dott - both former Crucible world champions - will face off in the first round, with defending champion Stuart Bingham facing former finalist Ali Carter.
Marco Fu plays Peter Ebdon, qualifier Ding Junhui faces Martin Gould and debutant Mitchell Mann faces Mark Allen at the famous Sheffield venue.
The action kicks off on Saturday, live on the BBC, and runs until May 2. The draw was conducted by Barry Hearn, chairman of World Snooker, and Fred Done from tournament sponsors Betfred.
Judd Trump v Liang Wenbo
Michael White v Sam Baird
Marco Fu v Peter Ebdon
Joe Perry v Kyren Wilson
Neil Robertson v Michael Holt
Stuart Bingham v Ali Carter
John Higgins v Ryan Day
Shaun Murphy v Anthony McGill
Rickie Walden v Robbie Williams
Martin Gould v Ding Junhui
Mark Selby v Robert Milkins
Ronnie O'Sullivan v David Gilbert
Barry Hawkins v Zhang Anda
Mark Williams v Graeme Dott
Stephen Maguire v Alan McManus
Mark Allen v Mitchell Mann