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2009 world twenty20 cricket The 2009 ICC World Twenty20 is the World Championship for Cricket in the Twenty20 format. There are 12 teams competing in the Group Stages. The first two placed teams from each of the four groups (Group A to D) will move on to the Super Eights. Each team plays three games against teams they have not already played. (Teams divided into Group E and Group F). Fixtures are predetermined and have no connection to who finished first and second in the group. No points are carried forward from group stages. Top two teams in Groups E and F qualify for semi-finals.

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T20 World Cup Warm-Up Matches, May 26 - Jun 3 2009, England

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See below for latest news and results from the warm-up matches in England. Winners in BOLD.
May 2009
Tue 26
14:00 GMT
Bangladesh v New Zealand
Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Wormsley
Wed 27
13:00 GMT
Ireland v New Zealand
County Ground, Derby
Thu 28
11:00 GMT
Ireland v PCA Masters XI
Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Wormsley
Thu 28
11:00 GMT
Scotland v West Indies
Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Wormsley
Thu 28
12:30 GMT
Bangladesh v Netherlands
St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury
Fri 29
15:00 GMT
Bangladesh v Scotland
Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Wormsley
Sat 30
11:00 GMT
Ireland v West Indies
Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Wormsley
Sat 30
13:00 GMT
Netherlands v New Zealand
Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Wormsley
Sat 30
15:00 GMT
PCA Masters XI v Scotland
Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Wormsley
June 2009
Mon 1
12:30 GMT
Australia v Bangladesh
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Mon 1
12:30 GMT
Ireland v Netherlands
Lord's, London
Mon 1
16:30 GMT
India v New Zealand
Lord's, London
Mon 1
16:30 GMT
Pakistan v South Africa
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Tue 2
12:30 GMT
Ireland v West Indies
Kennington Oval, London
Tue 2
12:30 GMT
Bangladesh v Sri Lanka
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Tue 2
16:30 GMT
Australia v New Zealand
Kennington Oval, London
Tue 2
16:30 GMT
England v Scotland
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Wed 3
12:30 GMT
South Africa v Sri Lanka
Lord's, London
Wed 3
12:30 GMT
Netherlands v Scotland
Kennington Oval, London
Wed 3
16:30 GMT
England v West Indies
Lord's, London
Wed 3
16:30 GMT
India v Pakistan ‘Catch the Spirit’ match Kennington Oval, London

Warm-up Match Results

India beat Pakistan by 9 wickets in T20 World Cup warm-up match

India Cricket team Pakistan Cricket team In the final warm-up game, India beat Pakistan in an emphatic fashion in front of a packed house at the Oval. Pakistan started strongly, with the young Ahmed Shehzad scoring 25 off 19 balls with 5 fours, but Ishant Sharma's first over, a 2 wicket maiden, changed the course of the game.
India, riding on the first wicket partnership of 140 between Rohit Sharma and Gautam Gambhir in 16 overs, took the match away from a wayward Pakistan attack.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: IND vs PAK, June 3: India 159 for 1 (Rohit 80, Gambhir 52*) beat Pakistan 158 for 6 (Misbah 37*, Younis 32, Ishant 1-11) by nine wickets

Netherlands beat Scotland by 7 wkts in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Netherland Cricket team Scotland Cricket team Alexei Kervezee (62) led a calm chase for the Netherlands, never letting the asking-rate get out of hand, and his century stand with Bas Zuiderent (46) shut out Scotland who had made 128 for 9 in their alloted 20 overs.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: NET vs SCO, June 3: Netherlands 130 for 3 (Kervezee 62, Zuiderent 46) beat Scotland 128 for 9 (Coetzer 39, Seelaar 3-25, Schiferli 3-33) by seven wickets

South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 6 wkts in T20 World Cup warm-up match

South Africa Cricket team Sri Lanka Cricket team Sri Lanka batted as if they were in a drunken stupor and were 44 for 7 at the halfway mark of their innings, after being sent in to bat first. They managed to reach a disappointing total of 109 for 9, which the South Africans could overtake only in the last over. A third-wicket stand of 70 between Herschelle Gibbs and AB de Villiers was the highlight of the game.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: SAF vs SRI, June 3: South Africa 113 for 4 (Gibbs 48) beat Sri Lanka 109 for 9 (Botha 2-9, Kallis 2-12) by 6 wickets

England beat West Indies by 9 wkts in T20 World Cup warm-up match

England Cricket team West Indies Cricket team England raced to a nine-wicket win with 32 balls remaining, riding on the opening stand of 119 between Luke Wright and Ravi Bopara. Ravi Bopara hit a 35-ball 60 before falling in the 12th over when the score was 119.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: ENG vs WIN, June 3: England 145 for 1 (Wright 75*, Bopara 60) beat West Indies 144 for 6 (Sarwan 46*) by nine wickets

Australia beat New Zealand by 7 wkts in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Australia Cricket team Newzealand Cricket team Mitchell Johnson rocked New Zealand's top order with 4 for 20 and a run out, but Styris and McGlashan helped New Zealand reach a healthy 147. Ricky Ponting cracked a 40-ball 56 as Australia reached their target of 148 with four balls to spare. Clarke was not out on 49 from 38 balls.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: NZL vs AUS, June 2: Australia 151-3 (Ponting 56, Clarke 49*) beat New Zealand 147 (Styris 42, Johnson 4-20) by seven wickets

Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 4 wickets in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Sri Lanka Cricket team Bangladesh Cricket team Sri Lanka overcame the charged-up Tigers and nerves to register a four wicket victory with 2 balls remaining at Nottingham.
Chasing a target of 151 set by Bangladesh, Sri Lanka were cruising at one stage with 100 for the loss of two wickets in the 11 over.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: SL vs BAN, June 2: Sri Lanka 152-6 (Jayawardene 43, Shakib 2-18) beat Bangladesh 151-6 (Raqibul 38*, Mushfiqur 34) by four wickets

West Indies beat Ireland by 9 wickets in T20 World Cup warm-up match

West Indies Cricket team Ireland Cricket team Chasing 130 set by Ireland, West Indies' Gayle took the game away with an explosive 88, to win with four overs to spare and nine wickets in hand.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: WIN vs IRE, June 2: West Indies 134-1 (Gayle 88*) beat Ireland 130-7 (Bray 30, Benn 2-24) by 9 wickets

New Zealand beat India by 9 runs in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Newzealand Cricket team India Cricket team New Zealand's unbeaten record against India in Twenty20s continued as they beat the world champions by nine runs. India took the field without Virender Sehwag and Zaheer Khan. Yuvraj Singh also did not play although he was on the team sheet. Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja batted well to challenge New Zealand's total of 170, but Dhoni, Gambhir, Yousuf disappointed the passionate Indian crowd at Lord's.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: NZL vs IND, June 2: New Zealand 170 for 7 (Taylor 41, McCullum 31, Franklin 27*, Ishant 4-25) beat India 161 for 6 (Raina 45, Jadeja 41*, Vettori 3-24) by nine runs

Pakistan brushed aside by South Africa in T20 World Cup warm-up match

South Africa Cricket team Pakistan Cricket team South Africa played better in every department of the game to beat last year's runner-up Pakistan comprehensively at Trent Bridge.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: SAF vs PAK, June 1: South Africa 186 for 7 (Smith 70, Gibbs 42, Ajmal 2-20) beat Pakistan 127 (Botha 2-20, Steyn 2-19) by 59 runs

Ireland beat Netherlands in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Ireland Cricket team Netherland Cricket team Ireland beat Netherlands in the super over after both teams tied the scores during regular overs. Netherlands needed only seven in the eliminator to win the game, but Trent Johnston had Bas Zuiderent stumped off the third ball and ran out Darron Reekers off the next to end the Netherlands innings.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: IRE vs NET, June 1: Ireland 135 for 7 (Botha 35, Seelar 3-28) tied with Netherlands 135 for 9 (ten Doeschate 29, McCallan 3-32, Rankin 2-24). Ireland won in the Super Over

New Zealand beat Netherlands by 90 runs in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Newzealand Cricket team Netherland Cricket team New Zealand easily beat Netherlands by 90 runs in their last training match at Wormsley. The Netherlands were dismissed for 104 in the final over of the match in reply to New Zealand's 194 for 8.
Brendon McCullum top scored with 62 to set up the strong total.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: NZL vs NET, May 30: New Zealand 194-8 (McCullum 62) beat Netherlands 104 (Franklin 3-10, Vettori 3-24) by 90 runs

Bangladesh beat Scotland by six wickets in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Bangladesh Cricket team Scotland Cricket team Rubel Hossain, with the remarkable figures of 5 for 16 in 4 overs helped Bangladesh keep the spirited Scotland in check. Scotland batted through their 20 overs to post a respectable 141 for 7, but Bangladesh were victors with six wickets and eight balls to spare.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: BAN vs SCO, May 30: Bangladesh 142-4 (Mahmudullah 46 no) beat Scotland 141-7 (McCallum 50, Hamilton 45, Hossain 5-16) by six wickets

West Indies beat Ireland by five wickets in T20 World Cup warm-up match

West Indies Cricket team Ireland Cricket team Lionel Baker 3-22 and Darren Sammy 2-8 restricted Ireland to a modest 119, which was chased down easily by the West Indies with two overs to spare. After Ramnaresh Sarwan opened for West Indies and failed, scoring only 6 runs, West Indies were at 60 for 4 at one stage.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: WIN vs IRE, May 30: West Indies 120-5 (Ramdin 24*, Rankin 2-18) beat Ireland 119 (McCallan 25*, Baker 3-22, Sammy 2-8) by five wickets

Bangladesh beat Netherlands by 64 runs in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Bangladesh Cricket team Netherland Cricket team Mohammad Ashraful (69 off 40) and Mohammad Mahmudullah (56 off 34) both scored half-centuries to set up a convincing 64-run for Bangladesh over the Netherlands in an ICC World Twenty20 wam-up game in Canterbury. Tigers reached 206 for six scoring over 10 runs per over.
The Netherlands lost wickets at regular intervals, and were bowled out for 142. Borren top scored with 40 off 22 balls. Pace bowler Rubel Hossain picked up four wickets for the Tigers.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: BAN vs NET, May 29: Bangladesh 206-6 (Mohammad Ashraful 69) beat Netherlands (Borren 40) 142 (17 overs) by 64 runs

West Indies beat Scotland by 14 runs in T20 World Cup warm-up match

West Indies Cricket team Scotland Cricket team Bravo (51 not out off 30) and Fletcher (42 off 34) top scored for West Indies and helped them reach the moderate score of 143 for 6 wickets in 20 overs after being sent in to bat by Scotland. Wicket keeper Colin Smith hit 40 in as many balls, but Scotland failed to reach the target, ending their chase at 129 for 9 wickets. Fraser Watts and Neil McCallum both made 22.
For West Indies, Sammy took 3 wickets in 3 overs giving away 25 runs.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: WIN vs SCO, May 28: West Indies 143-6 (Bravo 51no, Fletcher 42, Rogers 2-27) beat Scotland 129-9 (Smith 40, Sammy 3-25) by 14 runs

New Zealand defeat Ireland by 7 wickets in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Newzealand Cricket team Ireland Cricket team Ross Taylor was instrumental in taking New Zealand to a seven-wicket win over Ireland in an unofficial warm-up match for the ICC World Twenty20 2009.
Jeremy Bray was the top scorer for Ireland with 48 off 47 balls, and Ireland, who batted first, made a total of 152-5. For Newzealand, Jesse Ryder took three wickets.
Ross Taylor's amazing 74 off just 36 balls was the highlight of the Newzealand innings, and New Zealand reached their target with three overs remaining. Connell closed with figures of two for 19 but New Zealand were still able to get home with three overs to spare.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: NZL vs IRE, May 27: New Zealand (Taylor 74, Guptill 45no) beat Ireland 152-5 (Bray 48, Ryder 3-4) by 7 wickets

New Zealand defeat Bangladesh by 4 wickets in T20 World Cup warm-up match

Newzealand Cricket team Bangladesh Cricket team After winning the toss and electing to bat, Mahmudullah top scored for the Tigers with 43 and all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan chipped in with 35 as they posted a useful 146 for six in twenty overs.
New Zealand started brightly with Guptill (61 off 42) and McGlashan (35 off 35) batting carefully, before they began losing wickets. Nathan McCullum with an unbeaten 15 delivered the winning blow on the last ball.
2009 ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Match: NZL vs IRE, May 27: New Zealand 147-6 (Guptill 61) beat Bangladesh 146-6 (Mahmudullah 43, Butler 2-32)

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