• England v SA, World T20
  • De Villiers blitz leads South Africa into semis
  • Mar 29, 2014: AB de Villiers made his highest score against England, after Hashim Amla had scored his maiden T20I fifty, to lead South Africa into the semi-finals of the World T20

  • Caribbean Premier League
  • KP plans 5,000-mile T20 commute
  • Mar 28, 2014: Kevin Pietersen plans to play simultaneously in two Twenty20 competitions in England and the Caribbean as he becomes the ultimate jet-set commuter in his attempts to keep his career alive after his exclusion from the England side

  • England v South Africa, World T20
  • England must follow up Hales blitz
  • Mar 28, 2014: ESPNcricinfo previews the Group 1 clash between England and South Africa with the game set to play a major part on deciding their fates

  • Caribbean Premier League
  • Pietersen set to join Gayle in CPL
  • Mar 28, 2014: Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen insists he cannot wait to play in the Caribbean Premier League after it was confirmed he has entered the draft for the Twenty20 tournament

  • Australia v West Indies, World T20
  • Sammy pulls off West Indies' best chase
  • Mar 28, 2014: West Indian batting power ejected Australia from the previous World T20 in Sri Lanka and has all but done so again after Darren Sammy pulled off a remarkable heist in Mirpur

  • England v Sri Lanka, World T20
  • Hales cherishes maiden England ton
  • Mar 27, 2014: Alex Hales had no doubt that his match-winning hundred against Sri Lanka was the most important contribution of his international career to date.

  • England
  • Tremlett: Pietersen did nothing wrong
  • Mar 25, 2014: Chris Tremlett insists Kevin Pietersen did nothing wrong during the Ashes series in Australia that led to his sacking by England and has disputed claims that the dressing room united against the batsman

  • Netherlands v Sri Lanka, World T20
  • Sri Lanka consign Netherlands to record low
  • Mar 24, 2014: Dinesh Chandimal chose to bowl against Netherlands, largely because he feared dew would set in later in the evening to hamper the bowlers

  • New Zealand v South Africa, World T20
  • Steyn delivers last-ball victory
  • Mar 24, 2014: No team had successfully chased 170-plus against South Africa and Dale Steyn single-handedly ensured it stayed that way

  • India v West Indies, World T20
  • India seal seven-wicket win over
  • Mar 23, 2014: West Indies have been in Bangladesh for a week, but they still looked jetlagged in a bizarre innings of 129 for 7, which set up another comprehensive win for India

  • World T20
  • Broad fined for umpire criticism
  • Mar 23, 2014: England captain Stuart Broad has been fined 15% of his match fee for his comments following his team's rain-affected defeat against New Zealand.

  • Australia v Pakistan, World T20
  • Pakistan hold on in high-voltage game
  • Mar 23, 2014: If ever proof was needed that Pakistan are world cricket's most mercurial side, take this match as exhibit A

  • England v New Zealand, World T20
  • Broad aggrieved over lightning call
  • Mar 22, 2014: Stuart Broad did his best to hide his anger after a decision by the umpires on when to take the players off in England's World T20 opener led to defeat against New Zealand via the Duckworth-Lewis method

  • England v New Zealand, World T20
  • England chances ruined by rain
  • Mar 22, 2014: Brendon McCullum whacked a full toss from Stuart Broad in the last ball of the fifth over to take New Zealand past the Duckworth-Lewis target just before rain poured down

  • England
  • Luke Wright out of World T20 with side strain
  • Mar 22, 2014: Luke Wright, the England allrounder, has been ruled out of the World Twenty20 with a side strain. Wicketkeeper-batsman Craig Kieswetter has been brought in as Wright's replacement

  • England
  • Stokes set to miss month of season
  • Mar 21, 2014: Ben Stokes, the England allrounder, could miss at least the first month of the season following surgery on the wrist he broke thumping a locker during England's final T20 against West Indies in Barbados

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