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Dissent costs Rohit

Dissent costs Rohit

India batsman Rohit Sharma has been fined for showing dissent towards an umpire during his side’s World Twenty20 loss to West Indies.

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Swann ready to turn the screw

Swann ready to turn the screw

England will set out to “absolutely hammer” New Zealand as they look to confirm their qualification for the ICC World Twenty20 semi-finals in some style, according to spinner Graeme Swann.

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England out to seal semi-final berth

England out to seal semi-final berth

England are determined to repay Kevin Pietersen, man of the match in their first two Super Eight matches, by making sure they reach the ICC World Twenty20 semi-finals in his absence.

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White runs hot for Australia

White runs hot for Australia

Cameron White's brutal unbeaten 85 off 49 balls set up Australia's 81-run victory over Sri Lanka in the World Twenty20 Super Eights. The result all but secured Australia's place in the semi-finals.

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Gayle blows India away

Gayle blows India away

West Indies skipper Chris Gayle kept his side’s hopes of reaching the ICC World Twenty20 semi-finals alive as he hit 98 from 66 balls in a 14-run victory over India at the Kensington Oval.

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'Perfect' send-off for Pietersen

'Perfect' send-off for Pietersen

Kevin Pietersen is heading home for the birth of his first child on the back of a "perfect" England performance. He was the central figure in their resounding victory over South Africa in Barbados.

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England put Proteas to the sword

England put Proteas to the sword

England set one foot in the ICC World Twenty20 semi-finals with a 39-run demolition of Group E rivals South Africa. Kevin Pietersen’s superb 53 put them on course ahead of a fine display in the field.

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Pietersen heads home for birth

Pietersen heads home for birth

England batsman Kevin Pietersen is to return home to the UK to be with his pregnant wife, Jessica Taylor, for the birth of their first child.

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Black Caps snatch last-gasp win

Black Caps snatch last-gasp win

New Zealand edged out Pakistan by one run in a thrilling finale at Bridgetown, to get their ICC World Twenty20 Super Eight campaign back on track.

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England put Proteas to the sword

England put Proteas to the sword

England set one foot in the ICC World Twenty20 semi-finals with a 39-run demolition of Group E rivals South Africa. Kevin Pietersen’s superb 53 put them on course ahead of a fine display in the field...

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ICC World Twenty20 West Indies 2010