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Glastonbury, Isle Of Wight Festivals announce England World Cup match screening plans

Worthy Farm punters will be able to see Fabio Capello's side in action

Glastonbury organisers have confirmed that football fans will be able to watch England‘s World Cup matches during the festival.

The side are set to play their final group game, against Slovenia, on Wednesday June 23 at 3pm (BST). That match will be shown live on big screens on the Pyramid Stage, according to Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk.

Should England progress to the knockout stages of the competition, their next game will also be shown at the festival, though not on the Pyramid Stage.

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That game will either take place on the Saturday (June 26) evening at 7:30pm – if England win their group – or on Sunday (27) afternoon at 3pm if England are runners-up in their group.

Organisers ask that fans keep an eye on information boards, Glastonburyfestivals.co.uk, big screens and Twitter.com/Glastofest for more details about where to watch the match from the site.

Glastonbury takes place from June 23-27 at Worthy Farm in Somerset.

The Isle Of Wight festival which takes place this weekend (June 11-13) will be screening matches all weekend from the tournament, including England‘s opening match against the USA on Saturday (12) in the BT Vision Field Of Dreams arena.

Head to NME.COM/worldcupspecial for music’s take on South Africa 2010.

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