Women's T20 World Cup on Sky Sports: How to watch every ball
Tournament begins on February 21; England play their first game on February 23
Last Updated: 16/02/20 8:21am
England Women will begin their bid for T20 World Cup glory against South Africa - and you can watch every ball live on Sky Sports!
Heather Knight's side, the reigning 50-over World Cup champions, will also play West Indies, Pakistan and Thailand in Group B of a tournament they have not won since 2009.
Meanwhile, four-time champions and hosts Australia - who crushed England in the 2018 final in Antigua - will face India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
Check out our live coverage on Sky Sports Cricket with our schedule below. Click here for Sky Sports' cricket listings in full.
Friday February 21: Australia vs India, Sydney (8am) - plus highlights
Saturday February 22: West Indies vs Thailand, Perth (7am) - plus highlights
Saturday February 22: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, Perth (11am) - plus highlights
Sunday February 23: England vs South Africa, Perth (11am) - plus highlights
Monday February 24: Australia vs Sri Lanka, Perth (7am) - plus highlights
Monday February 24: India vs Bangladesh, Perth (11am) - plus highlights
Wednesday February 26: England vs Thailand, Canberra (4am) - plus highlights
Wednesday February 26: West Indies vs Pakistan, Canberra (8am)
Thursday February 27: India vs New Zealand, Melbourne (4am)
Thursday February 27: Australia vs Bangladesh, Canberra (8am)
Friday February 28: South Africa vs Thailand, Canberra (4am)
Friday February 28: England vs Pakistan, Canberra (8am) - plus highlights
Saturday February 29: New Zealand vs Bangladesh, Melbourne (midnight)
Saturday February 29: India vs Sri Lanka, Melbourne (4am)
Sunday March 1: South Africa vs Pakistan, Sydney (4am) - plus highlights
Sunday March 1: England vs West Indies, Sydney (8am) - plus highlights
Monday March 2: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, Melbourne (midnight)
Monday March 2: Australia vs New Zealand, Melbourne (4am)
Tuesday March 3: Pakistan vs Thailand, Sydney (4am)
Tuesday March 3: West Indies vs South Africa, Sydney (8am)
Thursday March 5: First semi-final, Sydney (4am) - plus highlights
Thursday March 5: Second semi-final, Sydney (8am) - plus highlights
Sunday March 8: Final, Melbourne (7am) - plus highlights
Sky Sports Cricket: Watch every ball live on channel 404 in the company of our punditry team.
Sky Go: Stay with the live action online, on iPhone, iPad or selected Android smartphones with the Sky Go app.
Highlights: Catch regular highlight shows from selected matches.
Sky Sports for iPhone / Android / iPad and skysports.com: Live over-by-over blogs for England games plus match reports, pundit analysis, player reaction, interviews and podcasts.
Now TV: Don't miss out on the drama - watch Sky Sports without a contract by buying a NowTV pass for a day, week or month. The choice is yours!
Twitter: Follow @SkyCricket for score updates, build-up and reaction videos with our pundits.
Sky Q: The best of our video content showcased on our next generation box, which can record and store more than before and even save recordings to your devices to watch when you're out and about
Sky Q customers can also use the Sky Sports News app to get scorecards and video clips as well as catching up with selected highlights via the red button.