Cricket score: Google Doodle marks World T20 semi-final between England and New Zealand

The technology giant's design features two crossed bats in the colours of England and New Zealand

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Google has marked the first men's semi-final of this year's ICC World Twenty20 in India with one of its trademark doodles.

The technology giant's design features two crossed bats in the colours of the first men's semi-final's two teams, England and New Zealand, and a golden ball bursting out from behind.

Fresh from eliminating holders Sri Lanka, captain Eoin Morgan's England side take on the unbeaten Kiwis in Delhi on Wednesday afternoon.

The England women's cricket team are also in last four action at the World T20, as they face old rivals Australia.

What time does the match start?

England women's clash with Australia in Delhi is scheduled to begin at 10.00am on Wednesday.

The men's side follow at 2.30pm.

Where can I watch it? 

You can see action from both semi-final's live on Sky Sports 2, with coverage starting from 9.30am.

How did they get here?

England's men's side lost their opening game of the tournament to the West Indies but beat South Africa, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka to claim second place in Group 1.

New Zealand, meanwhile, topped Group 2 with maximum points, beating India, Australia, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

England's women won all of their four group games, claiming victory over the West Indies, Pakistan, India and Bangladesh.

Australia's women's side finished runners-up to their New Zealand counterparts.