ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Matches 2010

ICC World Twenty20 2010

Focused Warner prepares for action

David Warner says Australia are fully focussed on ending their poor record in Twenty20 cricket, and believes they have the strength in depth to cope with all conditions they will face in the coming fortnight in the Caribbean

Australia v Windward Islands XI, World Twenty20 warm-up

Warner fires again for Australia

The opener David Warner collected his second warm-up half-century as Australia fine-tuned with a 101-run win against a Windward Islands XI

Zimbabwe v Pakistan, World Twenty20 warm-up

Zimbabwe secure another notable scalp

Pakistan slumped to an embarrassing 12-run defeat at the hands of a buoyant Zimbabwe

Statistics

ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Matches, 2010 (in West Indies Other Twenty20 matches)

Rory Kleinveldt dismisses Kevin Pietersen for a first-ball duck
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Eoin Morgan hits out during his 63 from 62 balls
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Eoin Morgan hits out during his 63 from 62 balls
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Chris Gayle goes for a pull
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Ravi Bopara made a calm 62 as England strolled to a comfortable win
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Asghar Stanikzai top scored for Afghanistan with an unbeaten 39
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Squads

William Porterfield (c) Andre Botha
Peter Connell Alex Cusack
George Dockrell Trent Johnston
Nigel Jones Gary Kidd
John Mooney Kevin O'Brien
Niall O'Brien (wk) Boyd Rankin
Paul Stirling Andrew White
Gary Wilson (wk)
Tournament Results
England v South Africa at Bridgetown - Apr 29, 2010
England won by 5 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Pakistan v Zimbabwe at Gros Islet - Apr 29, 2010
Zimbabwe won by 12 runs
Windward Is v Australia at Gros Islet - Apr 29, 2010
Australia won by 101 runs
West Indies v New Zealand at Providence - Apr 28, 2010
New Zealand won by 7 runs
Afghanistan v Ireland at Providence - Apr 28, 2010
Afghanistan won by 5 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Bangladesh v England at Bridgetown - Apr 28, 2010
England won by 7 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
South Africa v Sri Lanka at Bridgetown - Apr 28, 2010
South Africa won by 5 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
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