The T20 World Cup Super 8s draw to a close in the coming days before the semi-finals on Thursday and grand final this weekend.

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England have found their feet in the tournament and have produced streaks of scintillating cricket to reach the final four.

Chris Jordan claimed four wickets in five balls in one over to punish the USA at the weekend, while Jos Buttler led the chase with 83 off just 38 balls to clinch a place in the semi-finals.

It is the first time the T20 World Cup has been played on US soil, with matches to be staged in Texas, Florida and New York, as well as a number of clashes spread across the islands of co-hosts West Indies.

India and Australia are the favourites to go all the way in 2024, ahead of Jos Buttler's England, while South Africa remain dark horses.

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T20 World Cup 2024 on TV

You can watch the Cricket World Cup live on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event.

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Live stream T20 World Cup 2024 online

Sky customers can also live stream the T20 World Cup live on Sky Go.

If you don’t have Sky, you can watch the matches through NOW. You can get a Day Membership for £11.99 or a Monthly Membership.

NOW is available on a range of devices, from smartphones and tablets to laptops and more.

T20 World Cup 2024 schedule

All UK time. All live on Sky Sports Cricket.

Super Eights

Monday 24th June

West Indies v South Africa (Antigua, 1:30am)

Australia v India (St Lucia, 3:30pm)

Tuesday 25th June

Afghanistan v Bangladesh (St Vincent, 3:30pm)

Knock-outs

Thursday 27th June

SF1: TBC v TBC (Guyana, 1:30am)

SF2: TBC v TBC (Trinidad, 3:30pm)

Saturday 29th June

Final: TBC v TBC (Barbados, 3:30pm)

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