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England v New Zealand, Group E, Durban

Collingwood's errors come home to roost

Sep 18, 2007: This was a day when Paul Collingwood's mistakes caught up with him. Despite the brave face he put on the situation at the post-match press conference, there will be many questions asked about his judgment

Hugh Chevallier at Kingsmead

Plays of the Day

Mac Attack takes the game away from England

Sep 18, 2007: Andrew McGlashan provides his Plays of the day from England v New Zealand

Andrew McGlashan

South Africa v England, Group E, Cape Town

Collingwood rues fielding lapses

Sep 16, 2007: Paul Collingwood put the blame for England's 19-run defeat against South Africa at Newlands on their poor fielding rather than the crucial, and slightly controversial, run-out of Kevin Pietersen

Andrew McGlashan at Newlands

South Africa v England, Group E, Cape Town

Morkel makes England pay for lapses

Sep 16, 2007: South Africa have become the first side to secure three consecutive victories in the World Twenty20 and is now an indisputable momentum to their campaign

Andrew McGlashan at Newlands

South Africa v England, Group E, Cape Town

The allure of the double-header

Sep 16, 2007: One of the greatest strengths of Twenty20 has been the willingness to experiment

Hugh Chevallier at Newlands

Plays of the Day

Big, bigger, biggest

Sep 16, 2007: Andrew McGlashan provides his Plays of the day from England v South Africa

Andrew McGlashan

South Africa v England, Group E, Cape Town

South Africa stifle feeble England

Sep 16, 2007: South Africa's bowlers, inspired by an exemplary spell from Shaun Pollock and lifted by the controversial run-out of Kevin Pietersen, throttled England's overawed batsmen under the floodlights

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

South Africa v England, Group E, Cape Town

Pressure on England to rebound

Sep 15, 2007: The home side have hit form early on in the tournament and England need to quickly move on from their drubbing against Australia

The Preview by Andrew McGlashan in Cape Town
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