T20 World Cup semi-finals: Who, when, where & how to follow on BBC

T20 World Cup semi-finals: Who, when, where & how to follow on BBC

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Hosts: Australia Dates: 16 October-13 NovemberCoverage: Ball-by-ball Test Match Special commentary of every game on BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra, BBC Sounds and the BBC Sport website and app. Live text commentaries and in-play videos on selected games.The Super 12 stage of the Men’s T20 World Cup is over and the four semi-finalists have been decided.

New Zealand and England have taken the top two spots from Group 1, with hosts and defending champions Australia knocked out.

Group 2 was decided on Sunday with India qualifying in top place and Pakistan, who lost their opening two games, taking second place after South Africa’s slip-up against the Netherlands.

Below are the final group tables, the semi-final schedule and how you can follow them on the BBC.

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Group 1 – Final table

Group 1 Table: 1. New Zealand 2. England 3. Australia 4. Sri Lanka 5. Ireland 6. Afghanistan

Group 2 – Final table

Super 12s Group 2 table: India 8, Pakistan 6, South Africa 5, Netherlands 5, Bangladesh 4, Zimbabwe 3

When are the semi-finals and who is taking part?

Wednesday, 9 November (Sydney, 08:00 GMT): New Zealand v Pakistan (Pakistan won by seven wickets)

Thursday, 10 November (Adelaide, 08:00): India v England

The final will then take place on Sunday, 13 November at Melbourne Cricket Ground (08:00).

How can I follow on the BBC?

There will be ball-by-ball commentary of both semi-finals and the final on BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra, BBC Sounds and the BBC Sport website and app.

The website and app will also run live text commentaries, with in-play video clips available to UK users.

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There will be regular features and analysis in the build-up and aftermath of each game, plus regular content on social media.