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Sri Lanka relinquish Murali

Sri Lanka relinquish Murali

Sri Lanka have been permitted to replace the injured Muttiah Muralitharan for the rest of the World Twenty20, the organisers have confirmed.

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Edwards: We'll bounce back

Edwards: We'll bounce back

Captain Charlotte Edwards is adamant England will react to their shock exit from the ICC World Twenty20 in the Caribbean with the same spirit and resolve that swept them to the world title last year.

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Bates leads the way for New Zealand

Bates leads the way for New Zealand

New Zealand women secured their place in the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20 courtesy of a 47-run win over Sri Lanka, while India maintained their hopes of qualifying by dismantling Pakistan.

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Kieswetter at home with England

Kieswetter at home with England

Craig Kieswetter faces his native South Africa today but there are no doubts in his mind about where he belongs thanks to the welcome he has received since committing himself to England.

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Collingwood asks for more

Collingwood asks for more

Captain Paul Collingwood gave his England team a ‘can-do-better’ report despite helping them start their ICC World Twenty20 Super Eight campaign with a convincing win over champions Pakistan.

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England women out of World T20

England women out of World T20

England women's defence of their ICC World Twenty20 title is over after they crashed to an agonising two-run defeat to West Indies in St Kitts.

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Jayawardene continues flawless form

Jayawardene continues flawless form

Mahela Jayawardene fell narrowly short of posting back-to-back centuries at the ICC World Twenty20 as Sri Lanka eased to a 57-run win against West Indies in their opening Super Eight encounter.

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Warner and Watson crush India

Warner and Watson crush India

Australia followed a barrage of sixes with an equally destructive display of quick bowling to thump India by 49 runs in their opening ICC World Twenty20 Super Eight clash in Georgetown.

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Modest Pietersen deflects praise

Modest Pietersen deflects praise

Kevin Pietersen’s man-of-the-match innings was lauded as “champion” and “exceptional” in the England and Pakistan camps - yet his own response was coy following England's victory.

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Pietersen polishes off Pakistan

Pietersen polishes off Pakistan

Kevin Pietersen’s brilliant unbeaten half-century carried England to a comfortable six-wicket win over Pakistan in their opening ICC World Twenty20 Super Eight encounter at the Kensington Oval.

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