How to watch T20 World Cup on TV: UK coverage of ICC cricket competition - live stream, channel and highlights

West Indies are the current T20 ChampionsWest Indies are the current T20 Champions
West Indies are the current T20 Champions | Getty Images

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Sky Sports and NOW TV coverage of the men’s international Twenty20 World Cup 2021

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 is in full swing, with the start of the Super 12 matches.

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Elsewhere, Australia beat South Africa and Pakistan produced one of the performances of the tournament so far to defeat great rivals India by 10 wickets.

Here’s how you can watch the T20 World Cup live, with channel, stream and highlights coverage explained...

Scotland won their first match in the Twenty20 World Cup beating Bangladesh by 6 runsScotland won their first match in the Twenty20 World Cup beating Bangladesh by 6 runs
Scotland won their first match in the Twenty20 World Cup beating Bangladesh by 6 runs | AFP via Getty Images

How can I watch the T20 World Cup on TV?

Every game will be available to watch through the Sky Sports Cricket channel on Sky. The coverage will begin an hour before the scheduled start time for each game.

Live streams will be available for those who have a subscription to Sky Sports. Live streaming is available to watch through Sky Go or through the Sky Sports website if you have a subscription through Virgin Media or Now TV.

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Subscription to Sky Sports is available from £18.99 a month.

NOW TV Sports Day Membership is from £9.99 for 24 hours of sport.

The International Cricket Club is also offering short five minute highlight clips of all matches. Go to ICC website to find out more.

When is the IT20 World Cup?

The T20 World Cup started on Sunday 17 October 2021 and will run until the final on 14 November 2021.

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The first group stages were played from 17 October until the Friday 22 October 2021. The second group stages commenced on Saturday 23 October 2021 and will be played until the semi finals on Wednesday 10 November and Thursday 11 November 2021.

The final of the International Men’s T20 World Cup will be held on Sunday 14 November 2021.

What time are the matches for the T20 World Cup?

The first match of each day will commence at 11am BST and the second match will start at 3pm BST.

Where is the T20 World Cup being held?

The International Men’s T20 World Cup is being hosted by India but due to the Covid-19 pandemic is being played in the Untied Arab Emirates and in Oman.

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In the UAE, matches are being played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Sharjah Cricket Stadium and the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Dubai. In Oman, the Oman Cricket Academy Ground in Muscat is being used as a venue.

Eoin Morgan will captain England’s T20 squad. England won the 2019 50-over World CupEoin Morgan will captain England’s T20 squad. England won the 2019 50-over World Cup
Eoin Morgan will captain England’s T20 squad. England won the 2019 50-over World Cup | Getty Images

What teams are in the Super 12 stage?

These are the teams that have qualified for the Super 12 Stage of the of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. Only the top two from each group will make it to the semi-finals:

Super 12 Group 1:

Super 12 Group 2:

  • India
  • Pakistan
  • New Zealand
  • Afghanistan
  • Nambia
  • Scotland

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