All of the tournament’s matches are being shown on Sky in the UK, and the broadcaster have announced that should the hosts of the tournament reach the final on 14 July – set to take place at Lord’s – they will look to widen their audience for what would be England’s first appearance in a men’s World Cup final since 1979.
Stephen van Rooyen, Sky UK and Ireland Chief Executive said: "Our aim has always been to celebrate what could be a 'once in a generation' moment of a home team in a big final on home soil.
"So, if England reach the final, we will make the match available to everyone so the whole country can be part of a rare and special big sporting moment.”
England qualified for the semi-finals of the tournament with a 119-run victory over New Zealand on Wednesday, finishing the group stage with six wins from nine matches. They sit third in the standings. The other confirmed semi-finalists are India and Australia, with the final spot in the top four to be confirmed after the conclusion of Pakistan’s match against Bangladesh on Friday.