Paralympic champion Will Bayley will spearhead Brighton’s bid for a league and cup double at the Senior British League, Premier Division Cup this weekend – and you can watch every shot live and exclusive on TTE.TV.

North Ayrshire are the hosts for the second edition of the competition, with eight teams competing at the Inverclyde National Sports Centre in Largs on the west coast of Scotland.

The quarter-final draw is:

Brighton v North Ayrshire
BATTS v Fusion
Ormeau v Drumchapel
Ormesby v Nottingham

Bayley will be joined in the Brighton squad by Joseph Langham-Ferreira and Ihor Zavadskyi as they look to go one better than last year, when they were beaten by BATTS in the final of the inaugural competition.

BATTS have selected Josh Bennett, Chris Doran and Alexis Douin as the squad to retain the trophy they won on home territory last season.

Ormesby, who were runners-up in the league behind Brighton, and Ormeau are the other two seeded teams, having finished in the top half of the league.

Both are unable to field a full-strength line-up, with the likes of David McBeath and Damien Provost unavailable, but each has included a member of the GB Start squad – Abraham Sellado for Ormesby and Peadar Sheridan for Ormeau.

Championship side Nottingham get the chance to mix it with the elite, replacing TableTennisDaily, who are unable to compete.

The squads are:

BATTS: Josh Bennett, Chris Doran, Alexis Douin
Brighton: Will Bayley, Joseph Langham-Ferreira, Ihor Zavadskyi
Drumchapel Glasgow: Danny Bajwa, Victor Guang Shi, Martin Perry, Yaser Razouk
Fusion: Josh Bruce, Larry Trumpauskas, Lorestas Trumpauskas, Shaquille Webb-Dixon
North Ayrshire: Viktor Gorman, Nathan Hogg, Martin Johnson, Chris Main
Nottingham: Owen Brown, Howard Onweng, Joe Sawyer
Ormeau: Adam Faulkner, Alex Lo, Peadar Sheridan
Ormesby: Graeme Barella, Abraham Sellado, Adam Webster

Click here to visit the SBL Premier Cup page for more information about the competition.

How to watch on TTE.TV

TTE.TV will be streaming the entire event live and exclusive, with the four quarter-finals on screen from 10am on Saturday. Click below to choose the match you want to watch.

The semi-finals and positional play-offs are from 2.30pm on Saturday, while the session at 10am on Sunday features the final play-offs for positions three to eight.

The final starts at 1.30pm on Sunday.

Remember, TTE.TV is included as part of Table Tennis England membership. You can also watch the SBL Premier Cup on a pay-per-view basis – the cost is £3.99 for one day or £4.99 for both days. Follow the instructions when you set up an account at TTE.TV.