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T20 World Cup
10 teams will fight for the the T20 World Cup trophyGetty

The 2016 ICC World Twenty20 is the sixth edition of the T20 World Cup and the super 10 fixtures are set to start on 15 March. Host nation India will face New Zealand at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur.

Ten nations will fight for the title as the final will be played at Eden Gardens on 3 April. With so much hype surrounding the shorter format of the game, the T20 World Cup is expected to garner a lot of interest in the UK, especially considering England's recent form in T20 Internationals.

IBTimes UK brings you how to follow the T20 World Cup 2016 matches live and also catch up with highlights on TV, PC and mobile devices. Former England cricketers Nasser Hussain, David Lloyd and Nick Knight will provide insights from India.

In addition to this, England's star bowling duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad, along with Kevin Pietersen and Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara will be the guests as they will come up with pre-match predictions and provide post- match analyses.

Sky Sports has all the rights for the 2016 T20 World Cup, which include TV, internet and mobile.

How to watch T20 World Cup on TV

All the matches will be telecast live on Sky Sports 2. Cricket fans who prefer to enjoy them on high definition can follow it on Sky Sports 2 HD.

How to watch T20 World Cup on Mobile and Tablets

Sky Sports' app Sky GO allows one to follow every ball of the T20 World Cup while on the go. The T20 World Cup can be watched using mobiles and tablets for both iOS and Android users.

For iPhone users, the Sky Go app can be downloaded by clicking here. Though it suggests the link is compatible with iPad and an iPod, there is a dedicated link for iPad users, which can be found by clicking here. Android users can download the Sky Go app from the Google Play Store, though it is for select Android smartphones.

How to watch T20 World Cup on PC

Skysports.com provides live coverage of the match and cricket fans who are using a PC or laptop need to sign in to watch the match live. First-time users will have to create a Sky Id to login.