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August 28, 2007
Bangladesh and Pakistan will warm up for next month's Twenty20 World Championship in South Africa by participating alongside Kenya and Uganda in a four-nation tournament in Nairobi.
Cricket Kenya have confirmed the itinerary of the tournament which gets underway on September 1. The opening match pits Bangladesh against the hosts, Kenya, while the most-anticipated match involves Bangladesh and Pakistan a day later.
The four-day competition will be completed when Pakistan face Kenya on September 4, after which the teams fly to Johannesburg to participate in the first ever Twenty20 World Championship on September 6.
September 1 - Bangladesh v Kenya, Pakistan v Uganda
September 2 - Kenya v Uganda, Bangladesh v Pakistan
September 4 - Bangladesh v Uganda, Pakistan v Kenya
Kenya Steve Tikolo (capt), Thomas Odoyo, Maurice Ouma, David Obuya, Tanmay Mishra, Collins Obuya, Alex Obanda, Jimmy Kamande, Hiren Varaiya, Peter Ongondo, Elijah Otieno, Nehemiah Odhiambo, Rajesh Bhudia, Tony Suji, Lameck Onyango.
Pakistan Shoaib Malik (capt), Muhammad Hafeez, Misbah-ul-Haq, Imran Nazir, Yasir Arafat, Iftikhar Anjum, Abdur Rehman, Umar Gul, Shoaib Akhtar, Shahid Afridi, Kamran Akmal, Mohammad Asif, Salman Butt, Fawad Alam, Younis Khan.
Bangladesh Mohammad Ashraful (capt), Mashrafe Mortaza, Alok Kapali, Syed Rasel, Abdur Razzak, Aftab Ahmed, Mushfiqur Rahim, Farhad Reza, Shakib Al Hasan, Nadif Chowdhury, Tamim Iqbal, Junaid Siddique, Mahmudullah, Mohammed Nazimuddin, Ziaur Rahman.
Uganda To be announced.
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