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  • World T20 Playoffs
    Final: West Indies beat England by 4 wickets.
    3 April.
    England 155-9 (20.0 overs, J Root 54, J Buttler 36, C Brathwaite 3-23, D Bravo 3-37, S Badree 2-16)
    West Indies 161-6 (19.4 overs, M Samuels 85*, C Brathwaite 34*, D Bravo 25, D Willey 3-20, J Root 2-9)
  • World T20 Playoffs
    Semi-Final: India lost to West Indies by 7 wickets.
    Mumbai, 31 March.
    India 192-2 (20.0 overs, V Kohli 89*, R Sharma 43, A Rahane 40)
    West Indies 196-3 (19.4 overs, L Simmons 83*, J Charles 52, A Russell 43*)
  • World T20 Playoffs
    Semi-Final: New Zealand lost to England by 7 wickets.
    Delhi, 30 March.
    New Zealand 153-8 (20.0 overs, C Munroe 46, K Williamson 32, C Anderson 28, B Stokes 3 -26)
    England 159-3 (17.1 overs, J Roy 78, J Buttler 32*, J Root 27*, I Sodhi 2-42)
Group 1
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
West Indies                 4    3    0    0    1    6   +0.359
England                     4    3    0    0    1    6   +0.145
South Africa                4    2    0    0    2    4   +0.651
Sri Lanka                   4    1    0    0    3    2   -0.461
Afghanistan                 4    1    0    0    3    2   -0.715
  • World T20 Group 1
    Sri Lanka (0) lost to South Africa (2) by 8 wickets.
    Delhi, 28 March.
    Sri Lanka 120 (19.3 overs, T Dilshan 36, K Abbott 2-14, F Behardien 2-15, A Phangiso 2-26)
    South Africa 122-2 (17.4 overs, H Amla 56*, F du Plessis 31)
  • World T20 Group 1
    Afghanistan (2) beat West Indies (0) by 6 runs.
    Nagpur, 27 March.
    Afghanistan 123-7 (20.0 overs, Najibullah Zadran 48*, S Badree 3-14, A Russell 2-23)
    West Indies 117-8 (20.0 overs, D Bravo 28, Rashid Khan 2-26, Mohammad Nabi 2-25)
  • World T20 Group 1
    England (2) beat Sri Lanka (0) by 10 runs.
    Delhi, 26 March.
    England 171-4 (20.0 overs, J Buttler 66*, J Roy 42, J Root 25, J Vandersay 2-26)
    Sri Lanka 161-8 (20.0 overs, A Mathews 73*, C Kapugedera 30, C Jordan 4-28, D Willey 2-26)
  • World T20 Group 1
    South Africa (0) lost to West Indies (2) by 3 wickets.
    Nagpur, 25 March.
    South Africa 122-8 (20.0 overs, Q de Kock 47, D Wiese 28, C Gayle 2-17, D Bravo 2-20, A Russell 2-28)
    West Indies 123-7 (19.4 overs, M Samuels 44, J Charles 32, Imran Tahir 2-13)
  • World T20 Group 1
    England (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 15 runs.
    Delhi, 23 March.
    England 142-7 (20.0 overs, M Ali 41*, Mohammad Nabi 2-17, Rashid Khan 2-17)
    Afghanistan 127-9 (20.0 overs, Shafiqullah 35*, A Rashid 2-18, D Willey 2-23)
  • World T20 Group 1
    South Africa (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 37 runs.
    Mumbai, 20 March.
    South Africa 209-5 (20.0 overs, AD de Villiers 64, Q de Kock 45, F du Plessis 41)
    Afghanistan 172 (20.0 overs, Mohammad Shahzad 44, Gulbadin Naib 26, Noor Ali Zadran 25, C Morris 4-27, Imran Tahir 2-24, K Abbott 2-36)
  • World T20 Group 1
    Sri Lanka (0) lost to West Indies (2) by 7 wickets.
    Bangalore, 20 March.
    Sri Lanka 122-9 (20.0 overs, N Perera 40, S Badree 3-12, D Bravoc 2-20)
    West Indies 127-3 (18.2 overs, A Fletcher 84*, T Siriwardana 2-33)
  • World T20 Group 1
    South Africa (0) lost to England (2) by 2 wickets.
    Mumbai, 18 March.
    South Africa 229-4 (20.0 overs, H Amla 58, JP Duminy 54*, Q de Kock 52, M Ali 2-34)
    England 230-8 (19.4 overs, J Root 83, J Roy 43, K Abbott 3-41, K Rabada 2-50)
  • World T20 Group 1
    Sri Lanka (2) beat Afghanistan (0) by 6 wickets.
    Kolkata, 17 March.
    Afghanistan 153-7 (20.0 overs, Ashgar Stanikzai 62, Samiullah Shenwari 31, M Perera 3-33, H Herath 2-24)
    Sri Lanka 155-4 (18.5 overs, T Dilshan 83*)
  • World T20 Group 1
    West Indies (2) beat England (0) by 6 wickets.
    Mumbai, 16 March.
    England 182-6 (20.0 overs, J Root 48, J Buttler 30, E Morgan 27*, A Russell 2-36, D Bravo 2-41)
    West Indies 183-4 (18.1 overs, C Gayle 100*, M Samuels 37)
Group 2
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
New Zealand                 4    4    0    0    0    8    1.900
India                       4    3    0    0    1    6   -0.305
Australia                   4    2    0    0    2    4   +0.233
Pakistan                    4    1    0    0    3    2   -0.093
Bangladesh                  4    0    0    0    4    0   -1.805
  • World T20 Group 2
    Australia (0) lost to India (2) by 6 wickets.
    Mohali, 27 March.
    Australia 160-6 (20.0 overs, A Finch 43, G Maxwell 31, U Khawaja 26, H Pandya 2-26)
    India 161-4 (19.1 overs, V Kohli 82*, S Watson 2-23)
  • World T20 Group 2
    New Zealand (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 75 runs.
    Kolkata, 26 March.
    New Zealand 145-8 (20.0 overs, K Williamson 42, C Munroe 35, L Taylor 28, Mustafizur Rahman 5-22)
    Bangladesh 70 (15.4 overs, G Elliott 3-12, I Sodhi 3-21)
  • World T20 Group 2
    Australia (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 21 runs.
    Mohali, 25 March.
    Australia 193-4 (20.0 overs, S Smith 61*, S Watson 44*, G Maxwell 30, Imad Wasim 2-31, Wahab Riaz 2-35)
    Pakistan 172-8 (20.0 overs, Khalid Latif 46, Shoaib Malik 40*, Umar Akmal 32, J Faulkner 5-28, A Zampa 2-32)
  • World T20 Group 2
    India (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 1 run.
    Bangalore, 23 March.
    India 146-7 (20.0 overs, S Raina 30, Mustafizur Rahman 2-34, Al-Amoin Hossain 2 -37)
    Bangladesh 145-9 (20.0 overs, Tamin Iqbal 35, Sabbir Rahman 26, R Ashwin 2 -20, R Jadeja 2-22, H Pandya 2 -29)
  • World T20 Group 2
    New Zealand (2) beat Pakistan (0) by 22 runs.
    Mohali, 22 March.
    New Zealand 180-5 (20.0 overs, M Guptill 80, L Taylor 36*, Mohammad Sami 2-23, Shahid Afridi 2-40)
    Pakistan 158-5 (20.0 overs, Sharjeel Khan 47, Ahmed Shehzad 30, A Milne 2-26, M Santer 2-29)
  • World T20 Group 2
    Bangladesh (0) lost to Australia (2) by 3 wickets.
    Bangalore, 21 March.
    Bangladesh 156-5 (20.0 overs, Mahmudullah 49*, Shakib Al Hasan 33, A Zampa 3-23, S Watson 2-31)
    Australia 157-7 (18.3 overs, I Khawaja 58, G Maxwell 26, Shakib Al Hasan 3-27, Mustafizur Rahman 2-30)
  • World T20 Group 2
    Pakistan (0) lost to India (2) by 6 wickets.
    Kolkata, 19 March.
    Pakistan 118-5 (18.0 overs, Shoaib Malik 26, Ahmed Shehzad 25)
    India 119-4 (15.5 overs, V Kohli 55*, Mohammad Sami 2-17)
  • World T20 Group 2
    New Zealand (2) beat Australia (0) by 8 runs.
    Dharamsala, 18 March.
    New Zealand 142-8 (20.0 overs, M Guptil 39, G Elliott 27, J Faulkner 2-18, G Maxwell 2-18)
    Australia 134-9 (20.0 overs, U Khawaja 38, M Clenaghan 3-17, C Anderson 2-29, M Santer 2-30)
  • World T20 Group 2
    Pakistan (2) beat Bangladesh (0) by 55 runs.
    Kolkata, 16 March.
    Pakistan 201-5 (20.0 overs, Mohammad Hafeez 64, Ahmed Shehzad 52, Shahid Afridi 49, Taskin Ahmed 2-32, Arafat Sunny 2-34)
    Bangladesh 146-6 (20.0 overs, Shakib Al Hasan 50*, Sabbir Rahman 25, Mohammad Amir 2-27, Shahid Afridi 2-27)
  • World T20 Group 2
    New Zealand (2) beat India (0) by 47 runs.
    Nagpur, 15 March.
    New Zealand 126-7 (20.0 overs, CJ Anderson 34)
    India 79 (18.1 overs, MS DHoni 30, MJ Santner 4-11, IS Sodhi 3-18, M McCullum 2-15)
Preliminary Group A
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Bangladesh                  3    2    0    1    0    5    1.938
Netherlands                 3    1    0    1    1    3    0.154
Oman                        3    1    0    1    1    3   -1.521
Ireland                     3    0    0    1    2    1   -0.685
Scorecard Netherlands beat Ireland by 12 runs, 13 March.
Scorecard Bangladesh v Oman, 13 March.
Scorecard Netherlands v Oman - no result , 11 March.
Scorecard Bangladesh v Ireland - match abandoned, 11 March.
Scorecard Bangladesh beat Netherlands by 8 runs, 9 March.
Scorecard Oman beat Ireland by 2 wickets, 9 March.
Preliminary Group B
                            P    W    T   NR    L  Pts     NRR
Afghanistan                 3    3    0    0    0    6    1.540
Zimbabwe                    3    2    0    0    1    4   -0.567
Scotland                    3    1    0    0    2    2   -0.312
Hong Kong                   3    0    0    0    1    0   -1.017
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 59 runs, 12 March.
Scorecard Hong Kong lost to Scotland by 8 wickets (DLS), 12 March.
Scorecard Zimbabwe beat Scotland by 11 runs, 10 March.
Scorecard Hong Kong lost to Afghanistan by 6 wickets, 10 March.
Scorecard Zimbabwe beat Hong Kong by 14 runs, 8 March.
Scorecard Afghanistan beat Scotland by 14 runs, 8 March.
Reports & Articles
Bigger fish to fry but mess can't be ignored
IRELAND'S failure to reach the Super 10 stage of the World Twenty20 was hardly a surprise.
Ireland not at the races
Irish Skipper William Porterfield says Ireland prepared well for the 2016 T20 World Cup, but that's where the good story ends.
Van Meekeren the hero as Ireland beaten by The Netherlands
Reduced by yet more rain to just six overs per side the defeat was reflective of Ireland's fortunes in this competition- one they will be very keen to draw a line under.
Scotland's long wait is over
Scotland were in the pink after ending their long wait for a World Cup win.
John Bracewell press conference
John Bracewell addressed the world media ahead of their group clash with The Netherlands.
Afghanistan qualify for World T20 again
Afghanistan come through the qualifier to reach the World Twenty20 proper after beating Zimbabwe.
Ireland's World Cup dreams washed away in Dharamsala
If Ireland's spirits were dampened by their defeat against Oman in the first game of the T20 World Cup, they were drowned today by the Indian Rain as their vital tie against Bangladesh was washed out in Dharamsala.
Ireland washed out of World Cup
Ireland are out of the World Twenty20 after their second Group match, against Bangladesh, was abandoned after just 8 overs.
Rain ends Netherlands WT20 campaign
Heavy rain in Dharamsala put paid to the Netherlands' match against Oman, and brought an anti-climactic end to their hopes of qualifying for the main draw.
Scotland looking for their first win
Defiant Preston Mommsen believes national pride can spur Scotland to a first-ever win at a global tournament.
Scotland's T20 hopes are dashed
Scotland's hopes of reaching the Super Ten phase of the T20 World Cup were dashed when they slumped to defeat against Zimbabwe.
Lanky backs Sorensen
You feel you've let everyone around you down and last night I wanted to give Maxi a big hug. It's important he has mates around him and people supporting him.
Bracewell looking to bounce back against Bangladesh
Ireland Head Coach John Bracewell hopeful his team can turn things around against Bangladesh.
Horror start for Ireland
A two-wicket defeat to Oman continues Ireland's downward trend in the shortest format and follows losses to Papua New Guinea and UAE in the recent series in Australia and Abu Dhabi.
Porterfield calls for mental resilience
Disappointed Ireland Skipper William Porterfield says Ireland need to freshen up mentally as they prepare for two do or die matches in the 2016 T20 World Cup.
Ireland stunned by Oman
Ireland's World T20 campaign got off to the worst possible start when they were beaten by Oman leaving William Porterfield's side with a huge task in hand if they are to make it through to the Super Ten phase.
Munsey optimistic ahead of Zimbabwe match
George Munsey is convinced Scotland can rekindle their T20 World Cup hopes against Zimbabwe.
Iqbal-inspired Bangladesh hold off Netherlands in Group A opener
Bangladesh held off a late surge from the Netherlands to close out an 8 run win, set up by an exemplary unbeaten 83 from Tamim Iqbal
Scotland fall short after failing to capitalise on opening partnership
Scotland's losing streak in major ICC events continues as they lose by 14 runs to Afghanistan.
Hong Kong fightback falls short of Zimbabwe
Hong Kong fell 14 runs short in the opening match of the World T20 against Zimbabwe.
Porterfield upbeat ahead of Oman clash
The 31 year-old skipper is playing in his fifth World Twenty20 tournament, and exuded calm confidence as he addressed the media ahead of their opening game against Oman in Dharamshala, India.
Fit and motivated Niall O'Brien ready to take on the world
As Niall O'Brien enters what will be his eighth World Tournament for Ireland he feels that he is in a great place with his game.
Kevin O'Brien still excited by World Cup challenge
KEVIN O'BRIEN has been involved in every one of Ireland's campaigns on the world stage over the past decade but he still admits to being excited on the eve of the ICC World Twenty20 in India - his eighth global tournament in nine years.
Dharmashala days: Tour diary, Part One
IT may be Ireland's eighth global tournament in less than a decade, but it hasn't dimmed the ardour of the travelling supporters who make up the Blarney Army.
Bracewell asks for courage
IRELAND coach John Bracewell has called on his side to show courage when they start their World Twenty20 campaign against Oman in Dharamsala on Wednesday.
O'Brien galvanised by World Cup challenge
ALTHOUGH Tim Murtagh is 98 days older, there's no doubt that Niall O'Brien is the senior pro on the Ireland team. The wicketkeeper/batsman is in the foothills of the Himalayas this weekend, preparing for what will be his, and Ireland's, eighth World Cup.
Netherlands and Scotland frustrated by rain
The Netherlands' warm up match against Scotland was abandoned due to rain following a positive start with the bat for th Dutch.
Murtagh confident Ireland will come good on main stage
Having missed out on playing in the recent 50 over World Cup in Australia through injury, Murtagh is really looking forward to performing at the top level with Ireland.
Wilson philosophical after Ireland loss
Gary Wilson was philosophical about Ireland's defeat today to Zimbabwe in their final T20 World Cup Warm Up game.
Mazakadza blitz leads Zimbabwe to win over Ireland
Ireland found Zimbabwe a much tougher opponent in Dharamsala on Saturday afternoon falling to a six wicket defeat in their second and final World T20 warm-up match.
Scotland beaten by Oman
Scotland's T20 World Cup preparations suffered a jolt as they slipped to a 14 run loss to Oman in their warm-up game.
Leask given T20 boost
Scotland's spinning all-rounder Michael Leask has been given a boost ahead of the T20 World Cup.
Netherlands fall short against Afghanistan in first warm-up
The Netherlands fell 16 runs short of Afghanistan in the first of their WT20 warm-up matches despite a fine 50 from the returning Tom Cooper.
Balbirnie revels in opening role as Ireland crush Hong Kong
Andrew Balbirnie was asked to step up and open the innings today in Ireland's T20 World Cup opening Warm Up Game.
Porterfield in fine form as Ireland buck the trend
Ireland's skipper was at his imperious best today as Ireland having bowled and fielded excellently to restrict Hong Kong to 120, easily chased down the score without losing a wicket with 46 balls to spare.
Ireland crush Hong Kong in warm-up
WILLIAM PORTERFIELD and Andrew Balbirnie shared an unbeaten century stand as Ireland began their World T20 programme with a morale-boosting ten wicket warm-up win over Hong Kong under the floodlights in Dharamsala on Thursday night.
Passage to India (1)
We're off to India again for the World T20, exactly five years to the day after the greatest triumph in Irish cricket history.
Porterfield upbeat ahead of T20 battles
Ireland captain William Porterfield was upbeat as his Irish side arrived in Dharamsala.
Tom Cooper receives last minute call-up
South Australia and Somerset batsman Tom Cooper has received a last minute call up to the Netherlands side for the coming World T20 in India.
Mommsen looking forward to World T20
PRESTON Mommsen believes Scotland can overcome bogey team Afghanistan to launch their T20 World Cup bid in style.
Netherlands squad confirmed
The squad departs for Bangalore and Molhali to prepare for the preliminanry qualifying group phse phase of the World Cup which starts on March 9 in Dharamsala.
Visa troubles for Zulfiqar
CricketEurope understands that Zulfiqar was denied boarding at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport on Wednesday last week when the squad departed for pre-tournament training in Bangalore.
Preston Mommsen to lead Scotland
Preston Mommsen will lead his side into three first round matches against Afghanistan, Zimbabwe and Hong Kong in Nagpur, alongside Kyle Coetzer who has been named as vice captain.
Ireland name experienced squad
IRELAND have named an experienced 15-man squad for the World Twenty20 in India, with captain William Porterfield one of five players ready to embark on a fifth campaign in the biennial tournament.
Squads confirmed for T20 World Cup
The 27-day World Twenty20 begins in Nagpur on 8 March with 19 men's players set to feature in their sixth straight event, while 29 women's cricketers will make their fifth successive appearance.
Tournament match officals announced
The ICC has named a 31-member match officials' team for the World Twenty20, which runs from 8 March to 3 April.
Squads
Afghanistan logo
Afghanistan
  • Asghar Stanikzai (captain)
  • Dawlat Zadran
  • Gulbadin Naib
  • Hamid Hassan
  • Hamza Hotak
  • Karim Sadiq
  • Mohammad Nabi
  • Mohammad Shahzad
  • Najibullah Zadran
  • Noor Ali Zadran
  • Rashid Khan
  • Samiullah Shenwari
  • Shafiqullah Shafaq
  • Shahpoor Zadran
  • Usman Ghani
Australia logo
Australia
  • Steve Smith (captain)
  • Ashton Agar
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile
  • James Faulkner
  • Aaron Finch
  • John Hastings
  • Josh Hazlewood
  • Usman Khawaja
  • Mitchell Marsh
  • Glenn Maxwell
  • Peter Nevill
  • Andrew Tye
  • David Warner
  • Shane Watson
  • Adam Zampa
Bangladesh logo
Bangladesh
  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza (captain)
  • Abu Hider
  • Al-Amin Hossain
  • Arafat Sunny
  • Mahmudullah
  • Mohammad Mithun
  • Mushfiqur Rahim
  • Mustafizur Rahman
  • Nasir Hossain
  • Nurul Hasan
  • Sabbir Rahman
  • Shakib Al Hasan
  • Soumya Sarkar
  • Tamim Iqbal
  • Taskin Ahmed
England logo
England
  • Eoin Morgan (captain)
  • Moeen Ali
  • Sam Billings
  • Jos Buttler
  • Liam Dawson
  • Steven Finn
  • Alex Hales
  • Chris Jordan
  • Adil Rashid
  • Joe Root
  • Jason Roy
  • Ben Stokes
  • Reece Topley
  • James Vince
  • David Willey
Hong Kong logo
Hong Kong
  • Tanwir Afzal (captain)
  • Nadeem Ahmed
  • Haseeb Amjad
  • Jamie Atkinson
  • Waqas Barkat
  • Ryan Campbell
  • Chris Carter
  • Mark Chapman
  • Babar Hayat
  • Aizaz Khan
  • Nizakat Khan
  • Waqas Khan
  • Adil Mehmood
  • Anshuman Rath
  • Kinchit Shah
India logo
India
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni (captain)
  • Ravichandran Ashwin
  • Jasprit Bumrah
  • Shikhar Dhawan
  • Ravindra Jadeja
  • Virat Kohli
  • Pawan Negi
  • Ashish Nehra
  • Hardik Pandya
  • Ajinkya Rahane
  • Suresh Raina
  • Mohammed Shami
  • Rohit Sharma
  • Harbhajan Singh
  • Yuvraj Singh
Ireland logo
Ireland
  • William Porterfield (captain)
  • Andrew Balbirnie
  • George Dockrell
  • Andrew McBrine
  • Tim Murtagh
  • Kevin O'Brien
  • Niall O'Brien
  • Andrew Poynter
  • Stuart Poynter
  • Boyd Rankin
  • Max Sorensen
  • Paul Stirling
  • Stuart Thompson
  • Gary Wilson
  • Craig Young
Netherlands logo
Netherlands
  • Peter Borren (captain)
  • Wesley Barresi
  • Logan van Beek
  • Mudassar Bukhari
  • Ben Cooper
  • Tom Cooper
  • Timm van der Gugten
  • Vivian Kingma
  • Ahsan Malik
  • Paul van Meekeren
  • Roelof van der Merwe
  • Stephan Myburgh
  • Max O'Dowd
  • Michael Rippon
  • Pieter Seelaar
New Zealand logo
New Zealand
  • Kane Williamson (captain)
  • Corey Anderson
  • Trent Boult
  • Grant Elliott
  • Martin Guptill
  • Adam Milne
  • Mitchell McClenaghan
  • Nathan McCullum
  • Colin Munro
  • Henry Nicholls
  • Luke Ronchi
  • Mitchell Santner
  • Ish Sodhi
  • Tim Southee
  • Ross Taylor
Oman logo
Oman
  • Sultan Ahmed (captain)
  • Aamir Kaleem
  • Aaqib Sulehri
  • Adnan Ilyas
  • Ajay Lalcheta
  • Amir Ali
  • Bilal Khan
  • Jatinder Singh
  • Mehran Khan
  • Munis Ansari
  • Rajeshkumar Ranpura
  • Sufyan Mehmood;
  • Vaibhav Wategaonkar
  • Zeeshan Maqsood
  • Zeeshan Siddiqui
Pakistan logo
Pakistan
  • Shahid Afridi (captain)
  • Anwar Ali
  • Imad Wasim
  • Khalid Latif
  • Khurram Manzoor
  • Mohammad Amir
  • Mohammad Hafeez
  • Mohammad Irfan
  • Mohammad Nawaz
  • Mohammad Sami
  • Sarfaraz Ahmed
  • Sharjeel Khan
  • Shoaib Malik
  • Umar Akmal
  • Wahab Riaz
Scotland logo
Scotland
  • Preston Mommsen (captain)
  • Richie Berrington
  • Kyle Coetzer
  • Matt Cross
  • Josh Davey
  • Ali Evans
  • Con de Lange
  • Michael Leask
  • Matt Machan
  • Calum MacLeod
  • Gavin Main
  • George Munsey
  • Safyaan Sharif
  • Rob Taylor
  • Mark Watt
South Africa logo
South Africa
  • Faf du Plessis (captain)
  • Kyle Abbott
  • Hashim Amla
  • Farhaan Behardien
  • Quniton de Kock
  • AB de Villiers
  • JP Duminy
  • David Miller
  • Chris Morris
  • Aaron Phangiso
  • Kagiso Rabada
  • Rilee Rossouw
  • Dale Steyn
  • Imran Tahir
  • David Wiese
Sri Lanka logo
Sri Lanka
  • Lasith Malinga (captain)
  • Dushmantha Chameera
  • Dinesh Chandimal
  • Niroshan Dickwella
  • Tillakaratne Dilshan
  • Rangana Herath
  • Shehan Jayasuriya
  • Chamara Kapugedera
  • Nuwan Kulasekara
  • Angelo Mathews
  • Thisara Perera
  • Sachithra Senanayake
  • Dasun Shanaka
  • Milinda Siriwardana
  • Jeffrey Vandersay
West Indies logo
West Indies
  • Darren Sammy (captain)
  • Samuel Badree
  • Sulieman Benn
  • Carlos Brathwaite
  • Dwayne Bravo
  • Johnson Charles
  • Andre Fletcher
  • Chris Gayle
  • Jason Holder
  • Ashley Nurse
  • Denesh Ramdin
  • Andre Russell
  • Marlon Samuels
  • Lendl Simmons
  • Jerome Taylor
Zimbabwe logo
Zimbabwe
  • Hamilton Masakadza (captain)
  • Tendai Chatara
  • Elton Chigumbura
  • Tendai Chisoro
  • Graeme Cremer
  • Luke Jongwe
  • Neville Madziva
  • Wellington Masakadza
  • PJ Moor
  • Richmond Mutumbami
  • Tinashe Panyangara
  • Sikandar Raza
  • Vusimuzi Sibanda
  • Malcolm Waller
  • Sean Williams
Best Performances in Preliminary Phase
Highest Individual Scores
Name Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 13 March Oman Dharamsala 103*
2 Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 9 March Netherlands Dharamsala 83*
3 Mohammad Shahzad Afghanistan 8 March Scotland Nagpur 61
4 V Sibanda Zimbabwe 8 March Hong Kong Nagpur 59
5 Asghar Stanikzai Afghanistan 8 March Scotland Nagpur 55*
6 JJ Atkinson Hong Kong 8 March Zimbabwe Nagpur 53
7 SC Williams Zimbabwe 10 March Scotland Nagpur 53
8 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 12 March Zimbabwe Nagpur 52


Top Run Aggregates
Name Mts Inn NO Ct St 50s 100s HS Avg Runs
1 Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 3 3 2 - - 1 1 103* 233.00 233
2 Mohammad Shahzad Afghanistan 3 3 - - 2 1 - 61 47.33 142
3 JJ Atkinson Hong Kong 3 3 - - - 1 - 53 27.33 82
4 SC Williams Zimbabwe 3 3 - 2 - 1 - 53 26.00 78
5 V Sibanda Zimbabwe 3 3 - 2 - 1 - 59 25.33 76
6 Sabbir Rahman Bangladesh 3 3 1 2 - - - 44 36.00 72
7 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 3 3 - 1 - 1 - 52 23.33 70
8 MS Chapman Hong Kong 3 3 - 1 - - - 40 22.33 67
9 Noor Ali Zadran Afghanistan 3 3 - - - - - 35 20.67 62
10 A Rath Hong Kong 3 3 1 1 - - - 28* 31.00 62
11 E Chigumbura Zimbabwe 3 3 1 - - - - 30* 30.00 60
12 SJ Myburgh Netherlands 3 2 - 1 - - - 29 28.00 56
13 Asghar Stanikzai Afghanistan 3 2 1 - - 1 - 55* 55.00 55


Top Wicket Takers
Name Mts Overs Maids Runs Wd NB 5I 10M BBowl Econ Avg Wkts
1 PA van Meekeren Netherlands 3 6.0 - 28 1 1 - - 4-11 4.67 4.67 6
2 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 3 7.0 - 43 1 - - - 4-15 6.14 7.17 6
3 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 3 7.0 - 34 2 - - - 4-20 4.86 6.80 5
4 WP Masakadza Zimbabwe 3 12.0 1 89 1 - - - 4-28 7.42 17.80 5
5 DT Tiripano Zimbabwe 3 10.4 - 88 5 - - - 2-20 8.25 17.60 5
6 GH Dockrell Ireland 2 4.0 - 25 1 - - - 3-7 6.25 6.25 4
7 T van der Gugten Netherlands 3 5.0 - 38 2 - - - 3-21 7.60 9.50 4
8 T Panyangara Zimbabwe 3 12.0 - 79 1 - - - 3-32 6.58 19.75 4
9 TL Chatara Zimbabwe 3 10.0 - 86 2 1 - - 2-24 8.60 21.50 4
10 MRJ Watt Scotland 3 12.0 - 72 1 1 - - 2-21 6.00 18.00 4
11 Rashid Khan Afghanistan 3 8.0 - 34 - - - - 3-11 4.25 8.50 4


Best Bowling in an Innings
Name Date Opposition Ground Figures
1 PA van Meekeren Netherlands 13 March Ireland Dharamsala 4-11
2 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 13 March Oman Dharamsala 4-15
3 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 10 March Hong Kong Nagpur 4-20
4 WP Masakadza Zimbabwe 10 March Scotland Nagpur 4-28
5 GH Dockrell Ireland 13 March Netherlands Dharamsala 3-7
6 Rashid Khan Afghanistan 12 March Zimbabwe Nagpur 3-11
7 T van der Gugten Netherlands 9 March Bangladesh Dharamsala 3-21
8 T Panyangara Zimbabwe 12 March Afghanistan Nagpur 3-32
9 Munis Ansari Oman 9 March Ireland Dharamsala 3-37


Highest Partnerships
Wicket Date Opposition Ground Runs
1 Samiullah Shenwari Mohammad Nabi 5 Afghanistan 12 March Zimbabwe Nagpur 98
2 Sabbir Rahman Tamim Iqbal 2 Bangladesh 13 March Oman Dharamsala 97
3 Mohammad Shahzad Asghar Stanikzai 2 Afghanistan 8 March Scotland Nagpur 82
4 Mohammad Shahzad Noor Ali Zadran 1 Afghanistan 10 March Hong Kong Nagpur 70
5 MN Waller V Sibanda 5 Zimbabwe 8 March Hong Kong Nagpur 61
6 Soumya Sarkar Tamim Iqbal 1 Bangladesh 11 March Ireland Dharamsala 61
7 PL Mommsen RD Berrington 6 Scotland 10 March Zimbabwe Nagpur 51


Best Strike Rates
Name Mt Inns NO Runs Balls Rate
1 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 3 3 - 70 44 159.09
2 Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 3 3 2 233 147 158.50
3 E Chigumbura Zimbabwe 3 3 1 60 40 150.00
4 Sabbir Rahman Bangladesh 3 3 1 72 50 144.00
5 Mohammad Shahzad Afghanistan 3 3 - 142 102 139.22
6 SC Williams Zimbabwe 3 3 - 78 58 134.48
7 SJ Myburgh Netherlands 3 2 - 56 47 119.15
8 Asghar Stanikzai Afghanistan 3 2 1 55 52 105.77
9 A Rath Hong Kong 3 3 1 62 62 100.00


Best Economy Rates
Name Mt Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Best Rate
1 Rashid Khan Afghanistan 3 8.0 - 34 4 3-11 4.25
2 PA van Meekeren Netherlands 3 6.0 - 28 6 4-11 4.67
3 Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 3 7.0 - 34 5 4-20 4.86
4 MRJ Watt Scotland 3 12.0 - 72 4 2-21 6.00
5 Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 3 7.0 - 43 6 4-15 6.14
6 T Panyangara Zimbabwe 3 12.0 - 79 4 3-32 6.58
7 AC Evans Scotland 2 8.0 - 54 3 2-30 6.75
8 Aizaz Khan Hong Kong 3 9.0 - 62 3 2-33 6.89
9 Nadeem Ahmed Hong Kong 3 10.0 - 70 3 1-20 7.00