Mark Allen ran out an easy winner in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Open, beating Alfie Burden 5-0 at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.

The Antrim potter will now face Daniel Wells for a place in the final after the Welshman dispatched compatriot Ryan Day 5-1.

Judd Trump, meanwhile, produced three century breaks to set up a semi-final against Shaun Murphy.

The world number five - the highest ranked player left in the tournament - was given a thorough workout by Stuart Carrington before turning a 2-2 tie into a 5-3 win.

Awaiting him in the last four in the chase for the Stephen Hendry Trophy is fellow Englishman Murphy, who crushed Sam Baird 5-0.