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Want the very latest from the World Cup in South Africa? Want to keep right on top of what's going on in the England camp? Want to hear from the biggest names in the game throughout the tournament?

WORLD CUP REPORT
Sky Sports News every day
7am, 8am, 12pm, 1pm, 6pm, 7pm & 10pm.
WORLD CUP REPORT
skysports.com every day
7am, 1pm, 10pm
WORLD CUP REPORT PODCAST
Available here every morning
SKY SPORTS NEWS TWITTER
From our four men in South Africa
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Well, Sky Sports News' World Cup Report is a must for you this summer!

From June 10 onwards we will be bringing you regular updates from the heart of the action in Cape Town, with a spectacular backdrop of Table Mountain.

Our unrivalled team will be on hand to take you through the day's major issues, breaking news and expert views with up to EIGHT live bulletins a day.

And for the first time, skysports.com will be providing a World Cup Report podcast every morning so you can catch up on events the night before as well as setting yourself up for the day ahead. We will also be bringing you special online bulletins at 7am, 1pm and 10pm every day.

Hosts Ed Chamberlin and Simon Thomas will be looking back at the all-important action and setting the scene for the games to come as the greatest show on earth hits the African continent for the first time.

All eyes back here will be on England and you will not miss a beat from their Rustenberg base. Chief football reporter Nick Collins and reporter Geraint Hughes will be following Fabio Capello's men every step of the way.

That means team news and interviews, Capello's pre-match press conferences coming your way as well as all the behind-the-scenes stuff that you would otherwise miss sat at home and reaction from the England camp after every game.

But there are 31 other nations competing of course and we will also bring you the biggest stories from elsewhere in South Africa, with chief news reporter Bryan Swanson in Cape Town and Gary Cotterill in the capital of Johannesburg to bring you a flavour of Africa's first-ever World Cup.

There will also be a spattering of special guests and football faces dropping in on Simon and Ed to offer their views and share their experiences of South Africa... with you!

And for the first time you can follow Sky Sports News at the World Cup on Twitter.

Throughout the tournament Ed and Simon will be posting regular tweets and treats from Cape Town, while Bryan Swanson will be giving you the latest from out and about and Nick Collins will be offering England updates.

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World Cup Report will be screened live at 7am, 8am, 12pm, 1pm, 6pm, 7pm, 10pm - and on the days of the England games and on weekends, we will even be bringing you an extra show at 9am.