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Sky is broadcasting all 31 matches live from the ICC Women's World Cup, including England's seven group games.

It makes Sky the first UK broadcaster to show all the matches live. They're available to watch on TV, on skysports.com, and on the Sky Sports mobile and iPad app.

Even if you're not a Sky Sports subscriber, you can still catch England's group games. They're being shown on Sky Sports Mix, which you don't need a Sky Sports subscription to watch (though you do need to be a Sky customer).

England last won the tournament in 2009, and will face fierce competition from the other seven teams competing. Ex-England captain Charlotte Edwards will join Isa Guha in the studio for the final at Lord's.

"Sky's commitment to show every ball of the ICC Women's World Cup gives the tournament the platform it deserves, enabling our viewers to get behind their team like never before and cheer on England as the home nation," said Bryan Henderson, Sky Sports head of cricket.

"We hope our coverage of the tournament will inspire the next generation of cricketers and encourage women of all ages to pick up a bat."

The next day's play is on Sunday, and sees England take on Sri Lanka, while India face Pakistan.

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