Judd Trump moved into the Masters quarter-finals after edging out Mark Allen 6-5 at Alexandra Palace.

Trump made breaks of 101 either side of a 92 from Allen to go 2-1 up and went 3-2 ahead with an 88 before the Northern Irishman won back-to-back frames to lead 4-3.

Allen then failed to take a great chance to make it 5-3 as Trump levelled, and the world number two went on to move 5-4 in front via a 135, the highest break of the tournament at that point.

Allen won a dramatic frame 10 to force a decider, but Trump wrapped up victory with a break of 62 and will now face Kyren Wilson for a place in the semi finals.

Kyren Wilson came through an epic battle with former masters champion Stuart Bingham by a nail biting 6-5 scoreline to book a quarter final clash with arch rival Judd Trump.

Wilson lead 3-0 and 4-1 only for Bingham to fight back to force a decider. 

Bingham had first chance in the decider making 31 only for Wilson to also break down on 31. A long safety battle was won by Wilson who pitted an excellent yellow and cleared to pink for victory.