The winner of Group A and runner-up of Group B will join Group 1 in the Super 12 stage, with Group B's winners and the second-placed team in Group A heading into Group 2.
After their dismal show, no Indian cricketer was on Monday named in the official 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup team of the tournament with Pakistan skipper Babar Azam leading the star-studded side.
New Zealand and Australia knocked out the two top-ranked teams in the semifinals, in England and Pakistan respectively, to seal their places in the final.
Warner's knock, laced with nine fours and four sixes, along with Mitchell Mar'h's 53 off 32 balls, was instrumental in Australia chasing down 158 with 22 balls remaining, giving a big boost to their net run rate in Group 1 standings.
Australia finally broke the partnership through Adam Zampa, who trapped Roy in front of the stumps. However, the wicket did not slow Buttler's knock as he smacked Starc for two more fours before bringing up his fifty with a massive six.
Miller's 23-run unbeaten cameo off just 13 balls ensured South Africa knock off the required 25 runs in the last two overs, including 15 in the final six deliveries. The Proteas did so with a ball to spare.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson hit a few boundaries and he along with Devon Conway built a partnership and tried to revive the innings
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ICC T20 World Cup is all set to commence on Sunday (October 17). The first match of the group stage will be played between the first time co-hosts Oman and debutant Papua New Guinea. Similarly, Scotland will clash against Bangladesh in the second match scheduled today.
A BCCI official had told IANS that there will be no change in the squad unless someone is injured. It is believed that the physios are keeping a close watch on Varun Chakravarthy and Pandya fitness.
ICC said the tickets had been priced between 10 OMR and 30 AED in Oman and UAE respectively.
De Leede follows in the footsteps of his father Tim, who featured in all of the Netherlands Cricket World Cup matches from 1996 to 2007, and claimed Player of the Match honours with a spell of 4/35 against India
India will take on arch-rivals Pakistan in the much-awaited group stage ICC T20 World Cup opener in Dubai on October 24, the International Cricket Council confirmed on Tuesday.
New Delhi: The International Cricket Council has decided that India will host the 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup while the postponed 2020 edition will now be held in Australia in 2022. India is also set to host the 50-over World Cup in India in 2023. The International Cricket Council (ICC) on July 20 […]
London: With the International Cricket Council (ICC) all set to discuss the controversial four-day Tests format, it has now come to light that the global cricket governing body is also considering increasing the number of teams in men’s World T20. According to a report in telegraph.co.uk, the ICC is mulling to increase the number of […]