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Knights aim to stay in title hunt
The buoyant VKB Knights will be bidding for a third Sunfoil Series win in a row when they face the Warriors from Thursday as they look to keep their title hopes alive. Read full article
Lanning leads Aus into WT20 final
Captain Meg Lanning's aggressive half century helped holders Australia reach their fourth consecutive women's World Twenty20 final on Wednesday after beating traditional rivals England. Read full article
England storm into WT20 final
Ben Stokes nabbed three wickets before Jason Roy hammered his way to a half-century as England turned in a clinical performance to beat New Zealand by seven wickets. Read full article
Clash of the titans! Kohli v Gayle in T20 semi
Chris Gayle is determined to grab the World Twenty20 limelight back from in-form Virat Kohli when the West Indies and India clash in a mouthwatering semifinal in Mumbai on Thursday. Read full article
LIVE: WT20, SF 1 - Eng v NZ
Thank you for joining us for our live coverage of the first semifinal in the ICC World Twenty20 between England and New Zealand in Delhi on Wednesday. Read full article
‘Unfancied Windies out to win back respect’
West Indies's tumultuous build-up to the World Twenty20 has knit the players together and they will have no better stage than Thursday's semifinal against India to express themselves. Read full article
India replace injured Yuvraj
World Twenty20 hosts India have replaced injured allrounder Yuvraj Singh with middle order batsman Manish Pandey, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Wednesday. Read full article
Australia to switch to Dukes ball
After 15 years of failing to win an Ashes test series in England, Cricket Australia have decided to give players more experience with the Dukes cricket ball. Read full article
Afridi issues video apology for WT20 flop
Pakistan's under-fire captain Shahid Afridi on Wednesday issued a video message to supporters apologising for his team's early exit from the World Twenty20. Read full article
Kohli versus Gayle in WT20 semi
Chris Gayle is determined to grab the World Twenty20 limelight back from in-form Virat Kohli when the West Indies and India clash in a mouthwatering semifinal in Mumbai on Thursday. Read full article
Australia fast bowler Starc back for WI tour
Left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc will return from a broken foot during Australia's limited-overs triangular series in the West Indies in June. Read full article
Sunfoil Series reaches fever pitch
The VKB Knights have engineered miraculous results despite only compiling three Sunfoil Series centuries in the 2015/2016 season. Read full article
Hero's welcome for Afghanistan
Hundreds of dancing, flag-waving Afghan fans on Tuesday gave a hero's welcome to their cricket team as they arrived home after a historic triumph over the mighty West Indies at the World Twenty20. Read full article
Gayle lauds Kohli but warns of T20 upset
Chris Gayle lauded Virat Kohli as a "world beater" on Tuesday but warned that the West Indies were ready to upset hosts India in their World Twenty20 semifinal this week. Read full article
Simmons replaces injured Fletcher
Lendl Simmons has been called up to the West Indies' World Twenty20 squad in place of the injured Andre Fletcher ahead of Thursday's semifinal against hosts India at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium. Read full article
'NZ will stay grounded against England'
Kane Williamson is too familiar with the fickleness of cricket's shortest format to take his team's red-hot form for granted going into Wednesday's World Twenty20 semifinal against England. Read full article
Du Plessis fined for dissent
Faf du Plessis has been fined 50 percent of his match fee by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for showing dissent during Monday's win over Sri Lanka in the World Twenty20 group stage. Read full article
Waqar apologises for early exit, offers to resign
Waqar Younis on Tuesday begged forgiveness from the nation and said he was prepared to resign after his team was knocked out of the World Twenty20 at the group stage. Read full article
'Improved Eng resemble 2010 champion side'
England have made stunning progress in limited overs cricket over the last year and the current World Twenty20 squad have much in common with the champion 2010 side, skipper Eoin Morgan said ahead of Wednesday Read full article
Eng meet soaring Kiwis in Kotla humdinger
Eoin Morgan would like to believe his team peaked at the right time at the ongoing World Twenty20 while New Zealand were slightly premature going into Wednesday's semifinal at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium. Read full article
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