The West Brom Open Finals take place tomorrow with Callum Wraight looking to win his second Champion of Champion qualifier in a week. He faces Matt Price first up, with a potential meeting with Dan Petcher in the second round if he overcomes local lad Joe Bown. Former winner Simon Coupe is also in the field but is involved in one of the ties of the 1st round as he plays another former winner in Ben Harris. Graeme Wilson has won this before in 2006, and is still very capable of doing so again, and plays Paul Stretton first of all. Former Midland Master winner Gary Owen takes on former Shropshire Merit winner Martin Lloyd. Paul Lamb, hopefully recovered from his back injury which ruled him out of the St Georges Open Finals, plays James Seville, while Welsh County player Lewis Scott takes on up and coming Reece Farr. Sam Millward, who plays Andrew Gallagher, has qualified for all three competitions and will aim to make an impression. Mark Burdett against Matty Stewart will be a tasty clash at the bottom of the draw, as well as Paul Evans versus Mark Denman and Elliot McGuinness taking on Bill Kinchin. Other ties include Matt Bower against Neil Wright, Welsh County player Francis Penlington versus Tony Maritza, Staffordshire county player Nathan Dawes taking on Ian Wassell, Danny Sillitoe playing Martin Gaut and Matt Higgins versus Chris Worthington.