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Australia out of T20 World Cup

The pre-tournament favourites have put on a dismal display in Bangladesh in their fifth unsuccessful World Twenty20 campaign.

SA loses to Sri Lanka in World T20 opener

The Proteas have lost their opening ICC World Twenty20 cricket game by five runs, with captain Faf du Plessis relegated to the bench injured.

Proteas gear up for ICC World Twenty20

The South African cricket team have set their sights on gaining some early momentum in the tournament, beginning with their match against Sri Lanka.

Behardien, Morkel steer Proteas to victory

SA have beaten Bangladesh "A" in the ICC World Twenty20 warm-up match, which was aided by a stand between Farhaan Behardien and Albie Morkel.

Albie Morkel’s injury a concern for the Proteas

Albie Morkel will be monitored overnight after suffering lower back spasms during the Proteas' ICC World Twenty20 warm-up match against New Zealand.

Against all odds, troubled Pakistan aim for final

Barred from playing at home, embroiled in rows and disciplinary problems, Pakistan have managed to reach the semifinals of the World Twenty20.

‘Proteas just not good enough’

Proteas' captain Graeme Smith said his team were "just not good enough" after they were knocked out of the World Twenty20 on Monday.

Smith admits to Twenty20 challenge

South Africa captain Graeme Smith admitted it would be a "challenge" for his side to revive their World Twenty20 campaign against Pakistan on Monday.

Raina leads India to victory over South Africa

Suresh Raina became only the third man to make a Twenty20 international century as India beat SA by 14 runs at the Beausejour Stadium on Sunday.

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