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Rain again costs England dear

Rain again costs England dear

England face a shoot-out with Ireland for a place in the Super Eights of the ICC World Twenty20 after West Indies claimed victory in a rain-interrupted match at the Providence Stadium in Guyana.

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Taylor made up to share experience

Taylor made up to share experience

Rob Barnett

Sarah Taylor may only be 20, but she is happy to offer advice to fellow upcoming members of England women’s ICC World Twenty20 squad.

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Injured Murali misses rest of World T20

Injured Murali misses rest of World T20

Sri Lanka spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has been ruled out of the ICC World Twenty20 with a groin injury, which he suffered in defeat to New Zealand.

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Gayle wary of England's point to prove

Gayle wary of England's point to prove

West Indies captain Chris Gayle expects England to turn up with “blood in their eyes” as Paul Collingwood’s team scent revenge in Guyana.

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Renewed England ready to open up

Renewed England ready to open up

Paul Collingwood remains convinced it is a matter of time before Michael Lumb and Craig Kieswetter overpower England's World Twenty20 opposition. Their latest chance comes against West Indies.

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England see off India in first warm-up

England see off India in first warm-up

Defending champions England women won their first ICC World Twenty20 warm-up, beating their India counterparts by 25 runs at Basseterre.

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Australia dismantle Pakistan

Australia dismantle Pakistan

Australia cruised to a 34-run victory over defending champions Pakistan at St Kitts, despite Mohammad Aaemar’s five-wicket maiden over, in their first game of the ICC World Twenty20.

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Raina sees India into Super Eights

Raina sees India into Super Eights

Suresh Raina blasted 101 off 60 deliveries as India beat South Africa by 14 runs to qualify for the Super Eights stage of the ICC World Twenty20.

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Consistency is the key - Anderson

Consistency is the key - Anderson

James Anderson has urged England to stick with the winning Twenty20 formula they struck upon over the winter in the ICC World Twenty20.

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Morgan's loyalty lies with England

Morgan's loyalty lies with England

When England and Ireland meet on Tuesday for the second time in an ICC tournament in Guyana, Eoin Morgan will have switched sides. “I have every confidence in the decision I made," he revealed.

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