It's been a five-year wait but the men's T20 World Cup is back. The first round of matches is over and Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Scotland and Namibia move on to the Super 12s. India will face Pakistan again this weekend - the first time since the 2019 World Cup - in one of the tournament's most anticipated matches. Here's your catch-up of everything that's happened at the end of the first World Cup week.

FAQ: All you wanted to know about the T20 World Cup 2021
Hemant Brar has an explainer to this 16-team World Cup - format, teams involved, prize money, venues, and more. Gaurav Sundararaman looks to the IPL for insights into how the UAE pitches are expected to play at the World Cup, and what teams need to do at each of them if they win the toss.

The only T20 World Cup preview you need to read
Andrew Fidel Fernando gets you the inside scoop from the dressing rooms.

India and Pakistan have great T20I records since the last World Cup. So are they favourites?
Not quite. Teams' performance outside World Cup years doesn't really align with performance closer to the world events. Sampath Bandarupalli crunches the numbers.

Hardik Pandya: 'When I am on the ground, I believe nothing's impossible. I don't feel fear'
In an expansive interview with Nagraj Gollapudi, the allrounder opens up about his IPL relationships, some of his key innings, what money means to him, and his life coach, MS Dhoni.

Rashid Khan: 'You can get form back, but once you lose respect, it's hard to get that back'
The world's leading T20 leggie talks about how he fell in love with the game and what his parents taught him about dealing with stardom.

Remember the game: the last six balls of the 2016 T20 World Cup relived
An iconic final over and an iconic piece of commentary. Carlos Brathwaite, Ian Bishop and Samuel Badree look back at the four sixes and the rest.

Paul van Meekeren: 'Our seam attack is so talented, I'll need to work my bum off to get a slot to play'
From driving for Uber Eats to now playing in the World Cup, Netherlands' front-line fast bowler has had a rollercoaster couple of years. He talks to Deivarayan Muthu about his CPL stint, working odd jobs between tournaments, and coming into his second World Cup a different bowler.

Paul Stirling is glad to be back on the biggest stage again
Ireland's top performer, and franchise cricket globetrotter, has gone five years between world events. "It's great to be back," he tells Matt Roller.

The Morgan era has been great for England, but is it coming to an end?
England's white-ball captain has struggled with his batting recently and he has a poor record in Asia, but he still offers value as a leader and finisher, says Alan Gardner. And England's assistant coach, Paul Collingwood, says the team shouldn't be "be scared of having the favourites tag" in the World Cup.

Meet Papua New Guinea: a close-knit family of ace fielders who never lose their smiles
PNG's first ICC world event has come to a close, but captain Assad Vala is hoping their first appearance at the tournament will inspire children back home to pick up the sport.

Michael Leask: Resilience is something 'every individual in Scotland cricket has'
The Scotland allrounder on winning his 100th cap, and working for a building supplies company during lockdown.

Justin Langer has a little apocalypse now and then
Alan Gardner goes into the heart of darkness to check on the Australia coach and finds him armed with quotes and ready to rise from the Ashes, in this month's Light Roller.

How often has a player scored a hundred and a duck in the same Test?
And how many players have outscored the opposition on their own in a Test innings? Steven Lynch takes your trivia and stats questions.

Tim Seifert is prepped and ready
He got his A game going on the slow wickets in the CPL, and being in the UAE and practising during the IPL will hold him in good stead too.