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T20 Cricket World Cup 2014

   Posted in : Cricket >> Event starts On Mar 16th, 2014. Ends at Apr 6th, 2014
The fifth edition of The ICC Twenty20 World Cup Cricket, The T20 World cup Cricket 2014 competition, an international cricket tournament, is scheduled to be hosted in Bangladesh from March 16 to April 6 2014. It will be the second time and second in a row that an Asian country will host this event. Sri Lanka was the first Asian country to host the previous tournament in 2012. This international Twenty20 cricket tournament is being organized in Bangladesh as announced by the International Cricket Council in 2010. It will be contested in four cities of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Chittagong , Cox’s Bazar and Sylhet.  

 

Date IST GMT Match Details Venue
16-Mar 15:00 9:30 1st T20

Group A – Bangladesh vs Afghanistan

Bangladesh won by 9 wkts.

Mirpur
16-Mar 19:00 13:30 2nd T20

Group A – Nepal vs Hong Kong

Nepal won by 80 runs.

Chittagong
17-Mar 15:00 9:30 3rd T20

Group B – Zimbabwe vs Ireland

Ireland won by 3 wkts.

Sylhet
17-Mar 19:00 13:30 4th T20

Group B – UAE vs Netherland

Netherland won by 6 wkts.

Sylhet
18-Mar 15:00 9:30 5th T20

Group A – Afghanistan vs Hong Kong

Afghanistan won by 7 wkts.

Chittagong
18-Mar 19:00 13:30 6th T20

Group A – Bangladesh vs Nepal

Bangladesh won by 8 wkts.

Chittagong
19-Mar 15:00 9:30 7th T20

Group B – Zimbabwe vs Netherland

Zimbabwe won by 5 wkts.

Sylhet
19-Mar 19:00 13:30 8th T20

Group B – Ireland vs UAE

Ireland won by 21 runs.

Sylhet
20-Mar 15:00 9:30 9th T20

Group A – Afghanistan vs Nepal

Nepal won by 9 runs.

Afghanistan elimimated.

Chittagong
20-Mar 19:00 13:30 10th T20

Group A – Bangladesh vs Hong Kong

Hong Kong won by 2 wkts.

Bangladesh qualified,Nepal eliminated.

Chittagong
21-Mar 11:00 5:30 11th T20

Group B – Zimbabwe vs UAE

Zimbabwe won by 5 wkts.

Sylhet
21-Mar 15:00 9:30 12th T20

Group B – Ireland vs Netherland

Netherlands won by 6 wkts.

Sylhet
21-Mar 19:00 13:30 13th T20

Group 2 – India vs Pakistan

India won by 7 wkts.

Mirpur
22-Mar 15:00 9:30 14th T20

Group 1 – Sri Lanka vs South Africa

Sri Lanka won by 5 runs.

Chittagong
22-Mar 19:00 13:30 15th T20

Group 1 – England vs New Zealand

New Zealand won by 9 runs

(D/L method).

Chittagong
23-Mar 15:00 9:30 16th T20

Group 2 – Pakistan vs Australia

Pakistan won by 16 runs.

Mirpur
23-Mar 19:00 13:30 17th T20

Group 2 – West Indies vs India

India won by 7 wkts.

Mirpur
24-Mar 15:00 9:30 18th T20

Group 1 – New Zealand vs South Africa

South Africa won by 2 runs.

Chittagong
24-Mar 19:00 13:30 19th T20

Group 1 – Sri Lanka vs Netherlands

SriLanka won by 9wkts.

Chittagong
25-Mar 19:00 13:30 20th T20

Group 2 – West Indies vs Bangladesh

West Indies won by 73 runs.

Mirpur
27-Mar 15:00 9:30 21st T20

Group 1 – South Africa vs Netherlands

South Africa won by 6 runs.

Chittagong
27-Mar 19:00 13:30 22nd T20

Group 1 – England vs Sri Lanka

England won by 6 wkts.

Chittagong
28-Mar 15:00 9:30 23rd T20

Group 2 – West Indies vs Australia

West Indies won by 6 wkts.

Mirpur
28-Mar 19:00 13:30 24th T20

Group 2 – India vs Bangladesh

India won by 8 wkts.

India qualified to semifinals.

Mirpur
29-Mar 15:00 9:30 25th T20

Group 1 – New Zealand vs Netherlands

New Zealand won by 6 wkts.

Chittagong
29-Mar 19:00 13:30 26th T20

Group 1 – England vs South Africa

South Africa won by 3runs.

Chittagong
30-Mar 15:00 9:30 27th T20

Group 2 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Pakistan won by 50 runs.

Australia,Bangladesh were

eliminated from the series.

Mirpur
30-Mar 19:00 13:30 28th T20

Group 2 – India vs Australia.

India won by 73 runs.

Mirpur
31-Mar 15:00 9:30 29th T20

Group 1 – England vs Netherlands

Netherlands won by 45 runs.

Chittagong
31-Mar 19:00 13:30 30th T20

Group 1 – Sri Lanka vs New Zealand.

Sri Lanka won by 59 runs.

Chittagong
1-Apr 15:00 9:30 31st T20

Group 2 – Australia vs Bangladesh

Australia won by 7 wkts.

Mirpur
1-Apr 19:00 13:30 32nd T20

Group 2 – West Indies vs Pakistan

West Indies won by 84 runs.

Mirpur
3-Apr 18:30 13:00 1st Semi Final T20

Sri Lanka vs West Indies 

Sri Lanka won by 27 runs.

(D/L method)

Mirpur
4-Apr 18:30 13:00 2nd Semi Final T20

India vs South Africa

India won by 6 wkts.

Mirpur
6-Apr 18:30 13:00 Final T20

INDIA vs SRI LANKA 

Sri Lanka won.

lifts t20 world cup 2014.

Mirpur

 

This tournament, for the first time, will feature 16 teams including 10 members qualified directly and 6 associate members qualified through 2013 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifiers. This ICC World Twenty20 will host totally 35 matches. The practice matches will be played in The Khan Sahib Osman Ali Stadium in Narayanganj, BKSP Ground in Savar and Cox's Bazar Stadium.


The logo of the tournament, motivated by the distinctively painted cycle rickshaws which congest the streets of the Bangladesh cities, was uncovered on Saturday 6th April, on an evening illuminated by the celebrities, in Dhaka at a sparkling festivity presided over by the International Cricket Council (ICC) Vice President AHM Mustafa Kamal and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) President Nazmul Hassan.  The logo makes use of the colours of the Bangladeshi flag with splatters of blue representing the country's rivers (also the ICC's own colour).   The logo for the tournament was launched exactly one year in advance of the tournament finals. 


Also, it is the first time that the tournament will be contested by 16 teams along with eight women's teams including the hosts for the first time.  


The 2014 ICC World Twenty20 will involve possibly 54 matches for men and women teams i.e. 39 for men and 15 for women. This event is programmed to be contested in four cities Dhaka, Chittagong, Sylhet and Cox's Bazar. 

The Khan Sahib Osman Ali stadium in Narayanganj has been set aside as standby venue, while the Cox's Bazar Cricket Stadium will host the women's tournament only. 

This event also known as the ICC World T20 or the T20 World Cup is coordinated by the cricket’s controlling body, the International Cricket Council (ICC).  This tournament to start with, featured 12 teams consisting of all ten ICC full members and two other ICC members selected through the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier. This international event is organized once in every two years. 

The opening event, the 2007 ICC World Twenty20, was staged in South Africa from September 11 to 24 2007. India won the cup by defeating Pakistan by 5 runs in the final at Johannesburg and became the first World T20 Champion. The 2009 ICC World Twenty20, the second event, was contested in England from June 5 to21 2009. Pakistan, the previous runners-up won this tournament defeating Sri Lanka by 8 wickets in the final at Lord's, London. The third competition, the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 was organised from April 30 to May 16 2010 in the West Indies. The English were the winners, over powering Australia by 7 wickets in the final at Kensington Oval, Barbados. The fourth tournament, the 2012 ICC World Twenty20, was held from September 18 to October 7 2012 and was hosted by Sri Lanka. The winners were West Indies who defeated Sri Lanka by 36 runs. 

All Test-playing nations achieve automatic qualification to the tournament, with the remaining places filled by other ICC members through a qualification tournament. Qualification for the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 came from the results of the first cycle of the World Cricket League, a 50-over league for non-Test playing nations. The two finalists of the Division One tournament (Kenya and Scotland) qualified for the inaugural tournament alongside the Test-playing nations. For subsequent tournaments, qualification has been achieved through the World Twenty20 Qualifier, with Afghanistan (2010 and 2012), Ireland (2009, 2010, and 2012), Netherlands (2009), and Scotland (2009) each having qualified through this process.
The International Cricket Council's executive committee votes for the hosts of the tournament after examining bids from the nations which have expressed an interest in holding the event. After South Africa in 2007, England, West Indies and Sri Lanka hosted the tournament in 2009, 2010 and 2012 respectively. The ICC had decided that South Africa and England should host the first two tournaments as they were the earliest adopters of the format. India will host the 2016 tournament.
 

The 2012 ICC World Twenty20 was the fourth ICC World Twenty20 competition, took place in Sri Lanka from 18 September to 7 October 2012 which was won by the West Indies. The schedule was posted by International Cricket Council (ICC). This was the first World Twenty20 tournament held in an Asian country, the last three were held in South Africa, England and the West Indies. Sri Lankan pacer Lasith Malinga has been chosen as the event ambassador of the tournament. The format had four groups of three teams in a preliminary round. India and England are in the same group and were joined by the runner up of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, Afghanistan. The champions of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, Ireland, are in a group with West Indies and Australia. Sri Lanka, South Africa and Zimbabwe, and Pakistan, New Zealand and Bangladesh are the other two groups.

Match fixtures were announced on 21 September 2011 by ICC. On the same date, the ICC also unveiled the logo of the tournament, named "Modern Spin". The main achievements were:

Man of the Series:     Australia Shane Watson
Most runs:                  Australia Shane Watson (249)
Most wickets:             Sri Lanka Ajantha Mendis (15)

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ICC World Twenty20, 2013-14
Location: Mirpur
Date: Apr 6th, 2014


Sri Lanka, who chose to field
Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets
Score: India 130/4
Overs: 19.6 , Runrate: 6.5

Score: Sri Lanka 132/4
Overs: 17.5 , Runrate: 7.4

BatsmenRB4s6sSR
 KC Sangakkara 52 35 6 1 148.57
 NLTC Perera 21 14 1 2 150

BowlerOMR W Econ
 A Mishra 4 0 32 1 8
 R Ashwin 3.5 0 29 1 7.57


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