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What’s live on Sky Sports today? TV guide and listings plus how to watch on Sky Sports App and NOW

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England face Scotland as both begin their Men’s T20 World Cup campaigns live on Sky Sports Cricket on Tuesday.

England are the defending champions and will be seeking to avoid another upset against their neighbours in white-ball cricket. Coverage begins at 3pm on Sky Sports Cricket with the first ball due at 3.30pm.

That match is one of three World Cup matches on Sky on Tuesday, with Afghanistan facing Uganda in the early hours while the Netherlands face Nepal in the afternoon.

Elsewhere, there are two sessions of the World Pool Championship on Sky Sports Action, while Sky Sports Racing has plenty of horse racing throughout the day.

Sky Sports is your home of Premier League, EFL, Scottish Premiership and WSL football, every F1 race, all nine golf majors, every England home cricket match, tennis, darts, Super League, netball and much more.

You can upgrade to Sky Sports here, and non-Sky subscribers can watch all the action with a NOW pass.

Here’s what’s coming up live on Sky Sports over the next few days:

Tuesday June 4

1am – Men’s T20 World Cup: Afghanistan vs Uganda – live on Sky Sports Cricket

10.45am – International Raceday Live – live on Sky Sports Racing

11am – World Pool Championship – live on Sky Sports Arena

1.45pm – Raceday Live – live on Sky Sports Racing

3pm – Men’s T20 World Cup: England vs Scotland – live on Sky Sports Cricket

4pm – Men’s T20 World Cup: Netherlands vs Nepal – live on Sky Sports Action

5pm – World Pool Championship – live on Sky Sports Arena

Wednesday June 5

10am – Men’s State of Origin Game 1: New South Wales vs Queensland – live on Sky Sports Action

10.30am – International Raceday Live – live on Sky Sports Racing

11am – World Pool Championship – live on Sky Sports Arena

1.30pm – Raceday Live – live on Sky Sports Racing

3pm – Men’s T20 World Cup: India vs Ireland – live on Sky Sports Cricket

5pm – World Pool Championship – live on Sky Sports Arena

Thursday June 6

12am – Men’s T20 World Cup: Papua New Guinea vs Uganda – live on Sky Sports Action

1am – Men’s T20 World Cup: Australia vs Oman – live on Sky Sports Cricket

10.30am – Women’s State of Origin Game 2: New South Wales vs Queensland – live on Sky Sports Action

11am – World Pool Championship – live on Sky Sports Arena

11am – International Raceday Live – live on Sky Sports Racing

12pm – DP World Tour: Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed – live on Sky Sports Golf

1.45pm – Raceday Live – live on Sky Sports Racing

4pm – Men’s T20 World Cup: USA vs Pakistan – live on Sky Sports Cricket

5pm – PGA Tour: Memorial Tournament – live on Sky Sports Golf

5pm – World Pool Championship – live on Sky Sports Arena

7.30pm – Men’s T20 World Cup: Namibia vs Scotland – live on Sky Sports Action

7.30pm – Canadian GP: Drivers’ Press Conference – live on Sky Sports F1

Watch Sky Sports News live

Sky Sports News brings you the latest sports news throughout the day on channel 409. Watch with a Sky Sports subscription or NOW pass.

Live football on Sky

Check out the full football fixture list, see the latest standings with our football tables and catch up with all the Premier League goals in 2023/24 with our free highlights.

And get news and analysis from Sky Sports’ series of football podcasts including The Gary Neville Podcast, the Sky Sports Football Podcast, the Essential Football Podcast, Three Players and a Podcast, Sunday Supplement and Transfer Talk

Live Formula 1 on Sky

Formula 1 has a record schedule of 24 races for the first time and all race weekends will be live on Sky Sports F1.

Check out the full F1 2024 calendar, results and TV schedule, see the latest world championship standings and watch the best F1 video from the season so far.

And also stay up to date with the latest Sky Sports F1 Podcast.

Live boxing on Sky

There are a host of major boxing events coming up live on Sky Sports, while the Ringside Toe2Toe podcast welcomes the biggest names in the fight game.

Live cricket on Sky

Sky Sports brings you all the action from England Men’s upcoming cricket games including the T20 World Cup, two Test series against West Indies and Sri Lanka at home and Australia’s white-ball tour.

Every game of the Men’s T20 World Cup in the West Indies and USA in June will be live on Sky Sports as England bid to defend their crown.

England Women’s internationals against Pakistan and New Zealand will also be live on Sky Sports before the Women’s T20 World Cup in Bangladesh takes place in September and October.

Cricket fans can also watch The IPL, The Hundred and much more this summer live on Sky and listen to the Sky Sports Cricket Podcast.

Live golf on Sky

Sky Sports is the home of the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and LPGA Tour while also showing all four men’s majors and all five women’s majors.

You can stay up to date with the latest scores and tee times from around the world of golf with our leaderboards.

Sky Sports will keep you up to date with all the latest golf news, review the week’s tournaments and look ahead to forthcoming events on the Sky Sports Golf Podcast.

Live rugby league on Sky

Sky Sports will show every game from the 2024 Betfred Super League season. Sky Sports will show all six matches in each Super League round live.

Sky Sports also shows live matches from the NRL each week, while The Bench with Jenna and Jon brings you interviews with the big names from Super League and beyond.

Live tennis on Sky

Sky Sports is the new home for tennis in the UK and Ireland, with Sky Sports Tennis on Sky and NOW, making tennis content available all day, every day for fans.

Sky Sports will broadcast more live tennis than anywhere else, bringing over 4,000 matches from more than 80 tournaments a year on the ATP and WTA Tours, as well as full coverage of the US Open, all exclusively live.

Check out the full scores and schedule of the day’s play, see the latest world rankings, and get news, analysis and interviews on the Sky Sports Tennis Podcast.

Live darts on Sky

Follow the 2024 betMGM Premier League live on Sky Sports as Luke Littler, Michael van Gerwen and Luke Humphries headline each Thursday.

Check out the latest standings from the Premier League Darts season, watch the best video from each week and keep up to date with the biggest news with the Love the Darts podcast.

Live netball on Sky

One Netball Super League game will be streamed each week in the Sky Sports App and Sky Sports website.

Keep up to date with the latest standings in the 2024 Netball Super League as well as the netball fixtures and results.

What are the 12 Sky Sports channels?

401 – Sky Sports Main Event

402 – Sky Sports Premier League

403 – Sky Sports Football

404 – Sky Sports Cricket

405 – Sky Sports Golf

406 – Sky Sports F1

407 – Sky Sports Tennis

408 – Sky Sports Action

409 – Sky Sports News

412 – Sky Sports Arena

415 – Sky Sports Racing

416 – Sky Sports Mix

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