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Twenty20 World Cup Schedule & Results

Twenty20 World Cup Schedule- 2007

Twenty20, as the name suggest is a single innings 20 overs type of cricket. Introduced in England originally played between county teams. It then gradually spread at the international level. It is the shortest form of cricket completed in about 3 hours, after 5 day test matches and limited 50 overs one day cricket. This is the first time ICC has organized Twenty20 World Championship tournament to be played in South Africa. This Twenty20 World Cup championship will be played between all the test playing nations and other qualifiers and it will contested among total 12 teams.

Group Matches Schedule
Time Teams Location Results
11/9 16:00 GMT A - South Africa v West Indies New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg South Africa By 8 Wickets
12/9 08:00 GMT C - Kenya v New Zealand Kingsmead, Durban New Zealand By 9 Wickets
12/9 12:00 GMT D - Pakistan v Scotland Kingsmead, Durban Pakistan by 51 runs
12/9 16:00 GMT B - Australia v Zimbabwe Newlands, Cape Town Zimbabwe by 5 wickets
13/9 08:00 GMT A - Bangladesh v West Indies New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Bangladesh by 6 wickets
13/9 12:00 GMT B - England v Zimbabwe Newlands, Cape Town England by 50 runs
13/9 16:00 GMT D - India v Scotland Kingsmead, Durban NO RESULT
14/9 08:00 GMT C - Kenya v Sri Lanka New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Sri Lanka by 172 runs
14/9 12:00 GMT B - Australia v England Newlands, Cape Town Australia by 8 wickets
14/9 16:00 GMT D - India v Pakistan Kingsmead, Durban India by 3-0 Bowl-Out
15/9 12:00 GMT C - New Zealand v Sri Lanka New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Sri Lanka by 7 wickets
15/9 16:00 GMT A - South Africa v Bangladesh Newlands, Cape Town South Africa by 7 wickets
Super Eight Schedule And Results
16/9 08:00 GMT E : New Zealand v India New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg New Zealand by 10 runs
16/9 12:00 GMT F : Australia v Bangladesh Newlands, Cape Town Australia by 9 wickets
16/9 16:00 GMT E : South Africa v England Newlands, Cape Town South Africa by 19 runs
17/9 16:00 GMT F : Pakistan v Sri Lanka New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Pakistan by 33 runs
18/9 08:00 GMT E : England v New Zealand Kingsmead, Durban New Zealand by 5 runs
18/9 12:00 GMT F : Australia v Pakistan New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Pakistan by 6 wickets
18/9 16:00 GMT F : Bangladesh v Sri Lanka New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg Sri Lanka by 64 runs
19/9 12:00 GMT E : South Africa v New Zealand Kingsmead, Durban South Africa 6 wickets
19/9 16:00 GMT E : England v India Kingsmead, Durban India 18 runs
20/9 08:00 GMT F : Australia v Sri Lanka Newlands, Cape Town Australia by 10 wickets
20/9 12:00 GMT F : Bangladesh v Pakistan Newlands, Cape Town Pakistan 4 wickets
20/9 16:00 GMT E : South Africa v India Kingsmead, Durban India 37 runs
Semi Finals And The Final Schedule
22/9 11:00 GMT 1st Semi Final (PAK V NZ) Newlands, Cape Town Pakistan by 6 wickets
22/9 16:00 GMT 2nd Semi Final (IND V AUS) Kingsmead, Durban India won by 15 runs
24/9 12:00 GMT FINAL - INDIA V PAKISTAN New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg INDIA WON BY 5 RUNS

Twenty20 World Cup Groups

All the teams playing in this Twenty20 World Cup tournament are divided into 4 groups 3 teams each. The top 2 finishing teams in each group will be advanced to the super eight format group E and F. Finally the teams finishing first and second will play in semi finals.

Groups
Group Teams
A (A1) South Africa, (A2)West Indies, Bangladesh
B (B1) Australia, (B2)England, Zimbabwe
C (C1) New Zealand, (C2)Sri Lanka, Kenya
D (D1) Pakistan, (D2)India, Scotland
Super Eight Stage Groups
E A1, B2, C1, D2
F A2, B1, C2, D1

Twenty20 World Cup Teams

Following are the 12 teams taking part in this inaugural ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Cup tournament.

Teams
Team Players
Australia Ricky Ponting, Nathan Bracken, Stuart Clark, Michael Clarke, Adam Gilchrist, Brad Haddin, Matthew Hayden, Brad Hodge, Bradley Hogg, Michael Hussey, Mitchell Johnson, Brett Lee, Andrew Symonds, Shaun Tait, Shane Watson.
Bangladesh Mohammad Ashraful, Aftab Ahmed, Nadif Chowdhury, Shakib Hasan Tamim Iqbal, Alok Kopali, Mashrafe Mortaza, Mushfiqur Rahim, Ziaur Rahman, Syed Rasel, Abdur Razzak, Farhad Reza, Zunaed Siddique, Nazim Uddin, Mahmud Ullah
England Paul Collingwood, Ravi Bopara, Stuart Broad, Andrew Flintoff, James Kirtley, Darren Maddy, Kevin Pietersen, Matt Prior, Chris Schofield, Owais Shah, Ryan Sidebottom, Jeremy Snape, Vikram Solanki, Chris Tremlett, Luke Wright
India Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Ajit Agarkar, Piyush Chawla, Gautam Gambhir, Dinesh Karthik, Irfan Pathan, Yusuf Pathan, Virender Sehwag, Joginder Sharma, Harbhajan Singh, Rohit Sharma, RP Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, Robin Uthappa
Kenya Steve Tikolo, Rajesh Bhudiya, Jimmy Kamande, Tanmay Mishra, Lameck Ngoche, Nehemiah Ngoche, Alex Obanda, Collins Obuya, David Obuya, Thomas Odoyo, Peter Ongondo, Elijah Otieno, Morris Ouma, Ondik Suji, Hiren Varaiya
New Zealand Daniel Vettori, Shane Bond, Peter Fulton, Mark Gillespie, Gareth Hopkins, Chris Martin, Craig McMillan, Brendon McCullum, Nathan McCullum, Jacob Oram, Jeetan Patel, Bradley Scott, Scott Styris, Ross Taylor, Lou Vincent
Pakistan Shoaib Malik, Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Akhtar, Kamran Akmal, Fawad Alam, Yasir Arafat, Mohammad Asif, Salman Butt, Umar Gul, Mohammad Hafeez, Misbah-ul-Haq, Rao Iftikhar, Younis Khan, Imran Nazir, Abdul Rehman
Scotland Ryan Watson, Fraser Watts, Dougie Brown, John Blain, Gavin Hamilton, Navdeep Poonia, Gregor Maiden, Neil McCallum, Qasim Sheikh, Colin Smith, Craig Wright, Dewald Nel, Gordon Drummond, Ross Lyons, Majid Haq
South Africs Graeme Smith, Gulam Bodi, Loots Bosman, Mark Boucher, AB de Villiers, JP Duminy, Herschelle Gibbs, Justin Kemp, Albie Morkel, Morne Morkel, Makhaya Ntini, Vernon Philander, Shaun Pollock, Thandi Tshabalala, Johan van der Wath,
Sri Lanka Mahela Jayawardena, Dilhara Fernando, Hasantha Fernando, Kaushal Lokuarachchi, Sanath Jayasuriya, Farveez Maharoof, Lasith Malinga, Jehan Mubarak, Muttiah Muralidaran, Kumara Sangakkara, Chamara Silva, Upul Tharanga, Dilshan Tilakarathne, Chaminda Vaas, Gayan Wijekoon
West Indies Ramnaresh Sarwan, Dwayne Bravo, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Pedro Collins, Narsingh Deonarine, Fidel Edwards, Chris Gayle, Runako Morton, Daren Powell, Denesh Ramdin, Ravi Rampaul, Darren Sammy, Marlon Samuels, Devon Smith, Dwayne Smith
Zimbabwe Prosper Utseya, Gary Brent, Chamunorwa Chibhabha, Elton Chigumbura, Keith Dabengwa, Tymsen Maruma, Hamilton Masakadza, Stuart Matsikinyeri, Johnson Marumisa, Christopher Mpofu, Tawanda Mupariwa, Vusimusi Sibanda, Tatenda Taibu, Brendon Taylor, Shaun Williams

1 comment:

Cricket Videos said...

The zimbabwe line up has changed a lot. They are looking at a new team for the upcoming years. They have a lot of young kids coming through who are great players. I like this blog, very well organised and informative.