The 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup will take place in England from 24 June to 23 July.
It’ll be the eleventh edition of the Women’s Cricket World Cup, and the third to be held in England (after the 1973 and 1993 tournaments).
Eight teams qualified to participate in the tournament, including Australia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa, West Indies, New Zealand and England.
Sky Sports will broadcast all 31 games, including England’s seven group games.
The matches will be available on TV or across Sky Sports platforms such as skysports.com and the mobile and iPad app, making Sky the first UK broadcaster to show every game of an ICC Women’s World Cup.
The broadcaster will televise all of England’s group games live on Sky Sports Mix, meaning all Sky TV customers will be able to enjoy the excitement and drama of every ball, as England look to reclaim the trophy that they last won in 2009.
Ex-England Captain Charlotte Edwards will join Isa Guha in the studio for the final at Lord’s to bring viewers all the action as it unfolds.
ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 – Sky Sports live televised games
Saturday 24 June
10:00 England v India (Sky Sports 2 & Sky Sports Mix)
Tuesday 27 June
10:00 England v Pakistan (Sky Sports 2 & Sky Sports Mix)
Wednesday 28 June
10:00 South Africa v New Zealand (Sky Sports 2 & Sky Sports Mix)
Sunday 2 July
10:00 England v Sri Lanka (Sky Sports 1 & Sky Sports Mix)
10:00 India v Pakistan (Sky Sports 2)
Wednesday 5 July
10:00 England v South Africa (Sky Sports 1 & Sky Sports Mix)
10:00 Sri Lanka v India (Sky Sports 2)
Sunday 9 July
10:00 England v Australia (Sky Sports 3 & Sky Sports Mix)
Wednesday 12 July
10:00 England v New Zealand (Sky Sports 1 & Sky Sports Mix)
10:00 Australia v India (Sky Sports 2)
Saturday 15 July
10:00 England v West Indies (Sky Sports 2 & Sky Sports Mix)
Tuesday 18 July
10:00 Semi Final 1 (Sky Sports 4 & Sky Sports Mix)
Thursday 20 July
10:00 Semi Final 2 (Sky Sports 4 & Sky Sports Mix)
Sunday 23 July
10:00 Final (Sky Sports 4 & Sky Sports Mix)
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