England are alive and kicking in the T20 World Cup 2024 and are busy preparing for the semi-finals in the Caribbean.


Captain Jos Buttler smashed 83* off just 38 balls to hunt down the USA and book a place in the final four later this week.

Fans across the globe will be keen to see how the tournament pans out with the elite teams steadily weaving their way into contention.

Thousands of England fans have descended on the Caribbean for the competition – and a blend of beach, cricket and cocktails.

England's first two matches were hosted in Barbados, before moving onto Antigua & Barbuda. Their Super 8s matches were played in St Lucia before returning to Barbados.

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When do England play next at T20 World Cup 2024?

England will play India on Thursday 27th June at 3:30pm UK time in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2024.

England T20 World Cup 2024 fixtures and results

Group stage

Tuesday 4th June

England v Scotland (3:30pm) – match abandoned due to rain

Saturday 8th June

Australia v England (6pm) – AUS won by 36 runs

Thursday 13th June

England v Oman (8pm) – ENG won by 8 wickets

Saturday 15th June

Namibia v England (6pm) – ENG won by 41 runs (DLS)

Super 8s

Thursday 20th June

England v West Indies (1:30am) – ENG won by 8 wickets

Friday 21st June

England v South Africa (3:30pm) – SA won by 7 runs

Sunday 23rd June

USA v England (3:30pm) – ENG won by 10 wickets

Group stage

Thursday 27th June

India v England (3:30pm)

England T20 World Cup 2024 squad

Jos Buttler (captain), Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Harry Brook, Sam Curran, Ben Duckett, Tom Hartley, Will Jacks, Chris Jordan, Liam Livingstone, Adil Rashid, Phil Salt, Reece Topley, Mark Wood.

England remain strong contenders to go all the way in the Caribbean, boasting an exceptionally strong batting line-up consisting of Jos Buttler, Phil Salt, Will Jacks, Jonny Bairstow and Harry Brook, as well as lightning-quick bowlers in Mark Wood and Jofra Archer.

To top it off, they can also count on the wrist-spin of Adil Rashid, who has been a world-class performer for close to a decade now.

The return of Archer is a particular boost, with the quick bowler having had severe injury problems over the past few years. His appearance against Pakistan in the week leading up to the World Cup was his first match of professional cricket in 385 days.

The opening game against Scotland will be an emotional affair for Archer, who grew up in Barbados and will have many of his friends and family at the ground cheering him on.

And he won’t be the only England player who will be performing with home comforts around him, with both Chris Jordan and Phil Salt having also grown up in the area.


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