Australia wrapped up a comprehensive victory
Isobel Joyce made 28 to top score for Ireland
Bangladesh's heavy defeat has all but ruled them out of reaching the semi-finals
Jess Cameron helped Australia home with an unbeaten 27
West Indies Women made it two wins from two by beating Bangladesh in Sylhet
West Indies celebrate a wicket during their massive win over Bangladesh
Chris Gayle (left) and Dwayne Smith set up the West Indian score with an opening partnership worth 97.
New Zealand made it two wins out of two by beating Ireland in Sylhet
Inoka Ranaweera (left) celebrates one of her two wickets.
Chamari Atapattu top-scored for Sri Lanka Women with 43.
Deandra Dottin celebrates one of her four wickets
Stafanie Taylor hits out during her half-century against England
Ajantha Mendis (centre) took three for 12 as Sri Lanka ran out easy winners against the Netherlands
Dane van Niekerk (left) and Lizelle Lee batted through the innings as South Africa scored 163 without loss
India celebrate the wicket of Chris Gayle en route to their win against the West Indies
Umar Akmal struck 94 to put a winning score on the board for Pakistan
Suresh Raina talks to the media following India's win over Pakistan
Virat Kohli (left) and Suresh Raina put on 66 together to help India take a seven-wicket win
Left to right: Paul Robin (LT CEO), Chris Cowdrey (LT President), the Duke of Edinburgh, Tim Phillips CBE (FIT chairman), Tom Rodwell (LT Chairman) and Helen Griffiths (FIT CEO).
Outside of the Shere Bangla - looks even better at night, very festive!
Flags of the participating nations lined up outisde of Shere Bangla
Hafeez: 'First match is very important. Want to gain momentum by beating India'
Dhoni: 'If we bat well and bowl well in death overs, then we have no other concerns.'
Mahendra Singh Dhoni (right) will be trying to lead his side to victory against their arch-rivals
Nepal stunned Afghanistan with a nine-run win in Chittagong
Is there such a thing as too bright? Chetan thinks so with regards to England's kit
Caption this, perhaps, as Ramiz Raja, Mushtaq Ahmed and Wasim Akram catch up
The sun setting as Sri Lanka and the West Indies warm up
Fans eager to get into the ground in Dhaka to watch the final warm-up games
Suresh Raina also struck a half-century as India piled on the runs