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Friday, 24 August 2012 00:00

http://images.cricket365.com/12/08/247/pietersen_2813993.jpg    Rejected England batsman Kevin Pietersen will work as a television commentator during next month's World Twenty20.

    Pietersen was dropped from the Test side this month and not picked for the ODI series against South Africa or the T20I showpiece Sri Lanka after allegedly defaming coach Andy Flower Test captain Andrew Strauss via text messages to some of the Proteas players.

Sri Lanka include uncapped pair in T20 World Cup squad PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 August 2012 22:10

 http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/Akila_Dananjaya_01.jpg   Sri Lanka have named the uncapped pair of Akila Dananjaya and Dilshan Munaweera in their 15 member squad for the World Twenty20 to be held in SriLanka from 18-Sep-2012.

    Dananjaya, an 18-year-old off-spinner for Wayamba United, and Munaweera, a hard-hitting opening batsman for Uva Next, impressed in the recent Sri Lanka Premier League - the nation's new domestic Twenty20 competition.

Darren Bravo, Russell in World T20 squad for West Indies PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 August 2012 21:55

http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/WI_01.jpg    The West Indies have named batsman Darren Bravo and all-rounder Andre Russell in their squad for the World Twenty20, which gets underway in Sri Lanka in September.

    Bravo missed the latter part of the tour to England and both T20Is against New Zealand in America due to a groin strain, while Russell has recovered sufficiently from the injury sustained in the United Kingdom.

Kevin Pietersen out of England's World T20 squad PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 August 2012 19:42

http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/Kevin_Pieterson_02.jpg    As expected, England have not named Kevin Pietersen in their final 15-man squad for the World Twenty20 in September, but Ravi Bopara makes his return after peronal issues.

    Pietersen was dropped for the third Test against South Africa, which the Proteas won to take the number one Test ranking off England, after sending allegedly derogatory texts about Andrew Strauss to the opposition players.

    He had retired from limited-overs cricket in May, but reversed his decision before the Lord's Test, but then the text issue came to light and his name was again dropped from contention.

Dav Whatmore upbeat before World Twenty20 PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 19 August 2012 10:38

 http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/Dav_Watmore_01.jpg   Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore was upbeat on Friday about his side's chances at the World Twenty20, welcoming the opportunity for his players to prepare in the Sri Lankan league.

    Nearly all Pakistan's players selected for the September 18 to October 7 tournament in Sri Lanka feature in this month's Sri Lankan Premier League (SLPL).

    Whatmore, 58, who was appointed in March and coached Sri Lanka to their 1996 World Cup title, said his players will get good practice in the venues where the World Twenty20 will be held.

Bhajji hails 'special' recall PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 19 August 2012 10:11

 http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/Harbajan_Singh_01.jpg   Friday, 10-Aug-2012 turned out to be a "special" day for Harbhajan Singh as he won a recall to the India squad for the World Twenty20.

    It has been a tough couple of months for the spinner as first an injury and then a loss of form led to him being dropped from the national team in all forms of the game.

    However, all that is now behind him and he can focus on taking wickets for his country again after being included in the 15-man squad for the tournament in Sri Lanka in September.

West Indies favourites for T20 World Cup: Shane Watson PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 19 August 2012 09:53

http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/Shane_Watson_01.jpg    Australian all-rounder Shane Watson believes that the West Indies will be the team to beat in the ICC Twenty20 World Cup which kicks off in Sri Lanka in September.

    Watson feels Darren Sammy's side's all-round strengths make it the favourite for the event.

    "I actually think the West Indies are going to be the team to beat. They have got a really well balanced team that has played a lot of high quality Twenty20 cricket around the world and they certainly know how to perform under pressure. I think they have got the firepower to give a lot of teams a big surprise," said Watson.

Thomson in, Mooney out for Ireland Squad for T20 World Cup 2012 PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 18 August 2012 23:07

http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/John_Mooney_01.jpg  Ireland have included uncapped all-rounder Stuart Thompson in their squad for the World Twenty20, while John Mooney has been excluded due to a fractured finger.

 Thomson's right-arm seam secured five key wickets for the A side in the two matches against their South African counterparts in August, while his promising ability with the bat was on show for Somerset earlier this year.

  The 21-year-old Thomson and seamers Tim Murtagh and Max Sorenson are the only men in the final 15-man party yet to appear in a major ICC tournament.

Zimbabwe select Muzhange for World T20 Championship PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 18 August 2012 22:49

http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/Richard_Muzhange_01.jpgZimbabwe have named uncapped seamer Richard Muzhange in their squad for the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka.

Impressive in the unofficial tri-series against South Africa and Bangladesh earlier this year and for the A side against their Sri Lankan counterparts in July, Muzhange has been preferred to fellow fast bowlers Keegan Meth and Shingirai Masakadza.

The 15-man party features three specialist spinners in Graeme Cremer, Ray Price and Prosper Utseya, while Muzhange, Kyle Jarvis, Chris Mpofu, Brian Vitori and all-rounder Elton Chigumbura make up the seam contingent.

ICC announces T20 World cup warm-up matche schedule PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 18 August 2012 22:34

http://t20worldcupcricket.com/T20WCC/images/stories/T20Worldcup2012/For_News/ICC_01.jpgIndia will begin their ICC World Twenty20 campaign with a warm-up match against hosts Sri Lanka on September 15, followed by archrivals Pakistan on September 17 -- both the matches scheduled in Colombo.

Sri Lanka will play their second warm-up match against the West Indies on September 13, defending champion England's would be up against Australia and Pakistan on September 17 and 19 September, respectively.

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