T20 World Cup semi-finals - dates and times

England are through to the T20 World Cup semi-finals.

Jos Buttler's side became the first team to reach the last four with a thumping 10-wicket win over the United States in Barbados.

But who will they face in the knockouts?

What does the Group 2 points table look like?

Super 8s Group 2 table: South Africa (qualified) 6pts, England (qualified) 4pts, West Indies (eliminated) 2pts, USA (eliminated) 0pts

South Africa finished top of Group 2 after beating West Indies in a crucial game in Antigua. The Proteas will play the second-placed team from Group 1 - Afghanistan - in Trinidad at 01:30 BST on Thursday.

England go through in second place and will face Group 1 winners India in the last four in Guyana on Thursday (15:30 BST).

What about Group 1?

Group 1 table - 1. India 6pts, Afghanistan 4pts, 3. Aus 2pts, 4. Ban 0pts

Unbeaten India topped the group with a perfect record and will meet defending champions England in the last four.

They are joined by Afghanistan who beat Bangladesh in dramatic style to deny Australia.

When and where are the semi-finals?

Both semi-finals take place on Thursday, 27 June (UK time).

The first is in Trinidad and Tobago at 01:30 BST, with the second in Guyana at 15:30 BST.

South Africa will meet Afghanistan in Trinidad, while India face England in Guyana.

How is net run-rate calculated?

Run-rate is the average number of runs scored per over by a team in their entire innings - so, for example, a score of 140 off 20 overs equals seven runs per over.

Net run-rate is calculated by subtracting the opposition's run-rate from the other team's run-rate.

The winning side will therefore have a positive net run-rate, and the losers a negative net run-rate.

In a tournament, net run-rate is worked out by taking the average runs per over scored by that team in each game and subtracting the average runs per over scored against them.

If a team is bowled out inside their allotted overs, their run-rate is calculated by dividing the runs by the maximum overs they could have batted - 20 overs in the case of this tournament.

How can I follow it on the BBC?

Whether it is pre-match, in-game or post-match, the BBC has you covered.

There will be ball-by-ball commentary on BBC Sounds and BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra on every game in the Super 8s.

That commentary, plus live text updates and in-play video clips, will be available on the BBC Sport website and app.

Before and after every England game there will be a Test Match Special podcast available on BBC Sounds.

You will also be able to follow regular coverage on the BBC Cricket Instagram, and WhatsApp accounts.

The tournament is available to watch live in the UK on Sky Sports.