Thursday evening saw the Wheelchair Rugby League kick-off live from London with a double-header at the Copper Box Arena, and there is still plenty of action to come.
The fixtures saw a record crowd of 3,033, while both fixtures were also live on the BBC.
Hosts England claimed a 38-8 over Australia, with an impressive 60 tackle busts for Tom Coyd’s side. In the opening fixture, Spain claimed a big 55-32 victory over Ireland.
The sport saw massive attention on social media, reaching fourth on the trending list on Twitter with fans all over the world sharing their praise.
The action continues on Friday morning, with the final set to take place on Friday, 18 November, from Manchester Central.
Here’s the remaining Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup fixtures and how to watch them
Friday 4 November, Sheffield
France v Wales – 11am, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer
Scotland v USA – 1:30pm, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer
Sunday 6 November, London
England v Spain – 12pm, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer
Australia v Ireland – 2:30pm, BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online
Monday 7 November, Sheffield
France v Scotland – 5pm, BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online
Wales v USA – 7:30pm, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer
Wednesday 9 November, London
Australia v Spain – 11am, BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online
England v Ireland – 1:30pm, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer
Thursday 10 November, Sheffield
France v USA – 11am, BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online
Wales v Scotland – 1:30pm, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer
Sunday, November 13, Sheffield
Semi-Final 1 – 12pm, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer
Semi-Final 2 – 2:3pm BBC iPlayer, Red Button & BBC Sport Online
Friday, November 18, Manchester
Final – 7:30m, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer
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