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Black Caps Favourites For Semi-Finals Spot

A superb bowling and fielding display by New Zealand secured a 5 run win over England in the Twenty20 World Cup Group E match in Durban.
18 September 2007

'Pakistan Can Put Aussies Under Pressure' - Butt

Vice captain Salman Butt believes Pakistan's potent bowling attack will put Australia under pressure in their Twenty20 World Cup match on Tuesday.
18 September 2007

Prior Ruled Out Of Twenty20 World Cup

England wicketkeeper Matt Prior has been ruled out of the Twenty20 World Cup with a broken thumb.
18 September 2007

Inspired Pakistan Overcome Sri Lanka

Pakistan put in an inspired display with bat and ball to seal a 33-win over Sri Lanka in their Super Eight ICC World Twenty20 match in Johannesburg.
17 September 2007

Prior Injured During Net Practice

England received another setback as wicketkeeper Matt Prior was taken to hospital for an X-ray on his right thumb.
17 September 2007

South Africa Take Advantage As England Drop The Ball

England dropped countless chances in Cape Town as South Africa took a 19-run victory in their ICC World Twenty20 Super Eight Group E clash.
16 September 2007

Brett Lee Hat-Trick As Australia Strangle Bangladesh

Brett Lee took the first Twenty20 International hat-trick before Australia coasted to a nine-wicket win over Bangladesh in their Group F Super Eight...
16 September 2007

Vettori Stars As New Zealand Hang On For Victory

New Zealand captain Dan Vettori took four for 20 as New Zealand successfully defended 190 to pull off a ten-run win over India in the opening game...
16 September 2007

South Africa Too Strong For Bangladesh

South Africa survived a late rally from Bangladesh to win the final group game of the ICC World Twenty20 by seven wickets in Cape Town.
15 September 2007

Jayasuriya Fireworks Help Sri Lanka Beat New Zealand

A typically belligerent half-century from Sanath Jayasuriya helped Sri Lanka take a seven-wicket victory over New Zealand in the penultimate World...
15 September 2007

India Beat Pakistan By A Bowl Out

India and Pakistan played out a thrilling tie in their Group D World Twenty20 match before a bowl-out was decided 3-0 in favour of the Indians...
14 September 2007

Australia Cruise To Victory Over England

Australia cruised to an eight-wicket win over England to book their place in the Super Eight stage of the World Twenty20 in Cape Town.
14 September 2007

Sri Lanka Hammer Kenya As More Records Fall

Sri Lanka smashed a Twenty20 best as Kenya were put to the sword and beaten by a huge margin in their Group C World Twenty20 match in Johannesburg.
14 September 2007

Scotland And India Stalled By Rain

The World Twenty20 Group D match between Scotland and India was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to incessant rain at Kingsmead...
13 September 2007

Pietersen Fires As England Take Comfortable Win

Kevin Pietersen smashed 79 off just 37 balls as England compiled 188 for 9 from their 20 overs and comfortably beat Zimbabwe by 50 runs in Cape Town.
13 September 2007

West Indies Sent Home By Ashraful And Aftab

Bangladesh scored a six-wicket win to send the West Indies crashing out of the Twenty20 World Cup thanks to half-centuries from captain Mohammad...
13 September 2007

Zimbabwe Surprise Australia In Cape Town

Zimbabwe made good use of bowler-friendly conditions to limit the powerful Australians to a below-par score before scrambling home...
12 September 2007

Scotland Push Pakistan But Fall Well Short

Scotland turned in an encouraging performance, but in the end Pakistan were too strong for them in the opening game of Group D in the Twenty20 World...
12 September 2007

Gillespie Grabs Record As New Zealand Canter To Win

Kenya's lack of experience of Twenty20 cricket cost them dear as they were bowled out for just 73 and were soundly beaten in their opening World Cup...
12 September 2007

Gayle Force Not Enough For West Indies

Chris Gayle hit a spellbinding 117 from 57 balls, but it wasn't enough as South Africa opened the Twenty20 World Cup with an eight-wicket win in Johannesburg.
11 September 2007

 
 
 
 

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