Watch the ZEO Netball Superleague semis and final live on Sky Sports

Last Updated: 17/04/14 11:10am

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The 14 rounds are over, 56 matches have been played and four teams have qualified, which can mean only one thing... It's finals time.

Sky Sports have brought you all the super shooting, powerful passing and dedicated defending throughout this exciting ZEO Netball Superleague season and now we'll bring you exclusive coverage of the semi-finals and Grand Final.

The quality quartet take to the court on Monday April 21 to find out who will still be in the running to be 2014 champions and you can join us for four hours of live netball!

League runners-up Manchester Thunder will host last year's winners Team Bath from 5.30pm on Sky Sports 3, in what should be an epic encounter with the season stats at Thunder 1-1 Bath.

Then, from 8pm on the same channel, you can see unbeaten Surrey Storm welcome Hertfordshire Mavericks to the sold-out Surrey Sports Park for the second semi-final. The pair have played twice this season and despite Storm winning both, they're split by the narrowest of margins. We're expecting another spectacular battle.

Once the winners are decided all eyes will be on Worcester on Saturday April 26 for the final. All four teams will be back in action for the final time this season with a 3rd/4th place play-off followed by the Grand Final itself as we crown the 2014 ZEO NSL champions.

You can watch all the build-up on Sky Sports 3 from 5.30pm.

How to watch

If you already have Sky Sports it's easy, all you'll need to do is tune in to Sky Sports 3 on Monday 21 April for the semis and then on Saturday 26 April for the final.

Click here to add Sports to your existing Sky package and on top of the netball, you can watch exclusive coverage of the Women's Rugby World Cup this summer, Ladies PGA Golf and Sky Sports News' weekly Sportswomen magazine show.

If you're not a Sky subscriber you can still watch all action unfold with a NOW TV Day Pass. For just £9.99 you will receive all six sports channels for 24 hours. Click here to find out how easy it is.

Plus, if you're out and about we'll keep you up-to-date on Twitter @SkyNetball and for the final, our exclusive live blog will be available on the Sky Sports app and website. The blog will include live scores, behind-the-scenes pictures and video with the players, our talented panel of experts and the lucky fans who have got tickets.

Tickets are still available for the Grand Final. Sky Tickets are offering the most wanted seats around for as little as £14 - click here to get yours!

Semi-final stats

- Surrey Storm have the best attacking unit in the league, scoring 829 goals

- Hertfordshire Mavericks have the tightest defence, conceding the least amount of goals during the regular season

- Manchester Thunder have been involved in games which have resulted in the final score being a difference of five goals or less in 29% of their matches this season

- Team Bath have recorded the most amount of draws in the regular season with three ties

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ZEO Netball Superleague

Tamsin Greenway, Surrey Storm player/coach, in action as her side beat Hertfordshire Mavericks 52-42 to reach the ZEO Netball Superleague final

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