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About Twenty20 World Cup Cricket

The first and the second edition of the Twenty20 World Cup are held at South Africa. The 2009 Twenty20 World Cup Cricket was held in UK.

The 2010 Twenty20 World Cup Cricket will held in West Indies.

Twenty20 World Cup Cricket in recent news

Twenty20 World Cup Cricket in News

Whatmore wants Pak selectors to pick Misbah in T20 probables list
Pakistan cricket team coach Dav Whatmore wants selectors to pick senior batsman and team's Test and one-day captain Misbahul-Haq in the preliminary list of 30 probables for the ICC World Twenty20.

Kamran Akmal cleared by PCB Integrity Committee?
Former Pakistan wicket keeper Kamran Akmal has been cleared by the Integrity Committee of the PCB.

Vettori ends T20 retirement for World Cup 2012
New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori has come out of his Twenty20 retirement and made himself available for the Black Caps' World Cup campaign.

PCB likely to announce deficit budget for 2012-13
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is likely to announce a deficit budget for the year 2012-2013 once it is approved at a general body meeting scheduled to be held in Naudero next week.

India favourites to lift Twenty20 World Cup: Williamson
With less than 100 days to go to the Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka, New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson feels that cricketing powerhouse India will be amongst the favourites to lift the trophy.

Ex-Pak player Wasti says Imran Nazir could lead them to T20 World Cup glory
Former Pakistan batsman Wajahatullah Wasti has said Imran Nazir could be an inspired selection for the national team during the Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka later this year, and could help them win the tournament.

IPL rave party: Kirti Azad says BCCI behaving like Somalian pirates
Commenting on the detention of two Indian Premier League (IPL) players for their participation in a rave party in Mumbai on Sunday night, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmaker and former cricketer Kirti Azad on Monday said the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) were acting like Somalian pirates.

Kirti Azad sits on dharna against IPL fiascos
Bharatiya Janata Party lawmaker and former cricketer Kirti Azad has begun his fast today to highlight the shenanigans of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament, which he feels is hurting the reputation of cricket.

Whatmore playing vital role in Pakistan cricket team's new look
The revamping being carried out by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the national selectors while announcing national squads for all three formats of the game for the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka, indicates that head coach Dav Whatmore will play an influential role in the future of Pakistan cricket.

PCB and SLC to discuss scheduling problems
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is set to discuss the scheduling problems, with its counterparts from Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), which resulted after the dates for the planned Sri Lankan Premier League (SLPL) were announced.

Bangladesh unlikely to practice in Lahore ahead of two-match itinerary
The visiting Bangladesh team is unlikely to hold any practice sessions at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore due to security reasons.

Oz pacer Cummins eyeing Twenty20 World Cup
Australian pacer Patrick Cummins plans to use his selection in Australia's under-19 team to secure a berth in the national Twenty20 World Cup team and perhaps even secure a place in the lucrative Indian Premier League.

Kallis eyeing T20 World Cup after making a making in short format
South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis is now eyeing the Twenty 20 World Cup after making a comeback in the short format of the game.

Proteas T20 skipper Botha backs youngsters
South African stand-in T20 captain Johan Botha has said the one-off match against India at the Wanderers today will provide a great opportunity for the squad's youngsters.

Afghanistan proud of qualifying for T20 World Cup: Mohammad Nabi
Afghan cricketer Mohammad Nabi has said his team has made the country proud by qualifying for the ICC T20 World Cup tournament to be held in Sri Lanka in September 2012.

Rameez Raja Jr hopeful to play in T20 World Cup
Pakistani cricketer Rameez Raja Jr has hinted he is hopeful to play in the T20 World Cup.

Clarke's injury likely give Haddin Oz squad berth in limited over series against Windies
Australian skipper Michael Clarke's absence from limited- overs series against the West Indies could give a berth to Brad Haddin in the squad.

Mike Hussey in high spirits with recall in Oz Twenty20 squad
Michael Hussey is delighted after it was confirmed that he would be a part of the Australian Twenty20 squad for the Caribbean tour.

Flower wants England to make most of final T20 against Pakistan
England coach Andy Flower feels their final Twenty20 match against Pakistan on Monday is the last chance for them to prepare for the Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka where the conditions would be almost same.

Kirti Azad ends sit-down protest against IPL
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmaker and former Indian cricketer Kirti Azad, who had demanded the scrapping of the Indian Premier League (IPL) following a series of controversies, has ended his sit-down fast here.

ESPN STAR Sports Launches HD Channels on Cable Networks
ESPN STAR Sports, Asia’s leading sports broadcaster, today announced the launch of services of its HD channels ESPN HD & STAR Cricket HD on the cable networks. The broadcaster announced that it has signed distribution contracts of HD channels with 3 leading national level MSOs including IndusInd Media Communications Ltd (Incable), Seven Star network in Mumbai and UCN in Central India

ESPN STAR Sports Announces Shahrukh Khan as the face of Nokia Champions League Twenty20

Cameron White wants more matches for Oz T20 team before World Cup
Australian Twenty20 captain Cameron White has called for scheduling more matches for the shortest form of the sport, so that his team gains more experience before the T20 World Cup.

Pak-England series will 'decide who is world's best off-spinner': Ajmal
Pakistan off-spin bowler Saeed Ajmal has said that he is viewing next year's series against England as a contest between himself and Graeme Swann to decide who is the best off-spinner in the world.

Morgan rejects doubts over England's three-man captaincy experiment
Middle-order batsman Eoin Morgan has dismissed suggestions that England's three-man captaincy experiment will lead to confusion.

Captaincy at any level is a great honour, says Pak pacer: Sohail Tanvir
It has been a torrid year for Pakistani all-rounder Sohail Tanvir. An unsuccessful tour of New Zealand saw the 26-year-old from Rawalpindi axed from the 15 member Pakistan squad for the 2011 World Cup. Yet all hope is not lost, and as he has been named captain of the upcoming Pakistan A team series against Afghanistan.

Misbah should be Pak World Cup captain: Sikander Bakht
Former Test cricketer Sikander Bakht has said that current Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq should captain the World Cup side instead of Shahid Afridi.

White appointed captain of Australia's T20 team
Victorian skipper Cameron White has been appointed captain of Australia for two T20 games against England next week, with Tasmanian wicketkeeper Tim Paine his deputy.

Hussey backs Clarke to be an aggressive skipper during Sydney Test
Australian batsman Michael Hussey reckons that Michael Clarke would be an aggressive captain during the fifth and final Test of the Ashes series, starting in Sydney on Monday.

"Pak Player Still Not Paid for T20 World Cup": Geoff Lawson
A Pakistani player has not yet received his payment for the Twenty20 World Cup, and this sort of unprofessionalism in the Pakistan cricket is the prime reason behind its inability to fulfil its potential on the world stage, former Pakistan coach Geoff Lawson has said.

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