|World T20, Bangladesh, March-April 2014|
Tonight doesn't feel like an upset: Borren Tonight doesn't feel like an upset: Borren ( ) ZZZZ8:45 pmZZZZ
Netherlands captain says it wasn’t a complete surprise that the side beat an established nation in England, given the way it had played through the ICC World Twenty20
Stirring win gives Netherlands double delight Stirring win gives Netherlands double delight ( ) ZZZZ8:43 pmZZZZ
England loses to the Netherlands for second time in ICC World Twenty20 history, bowled out for 88 to go down by 45 runs
Match winners the key Match winners the key ( ) ZZZZ1:43 amZZZZ
Niall O'Brien gives his views on the ongoing T20 World Cup.
New Zealand keep cool to see off Dutch New Zealand keep cool to see off Dutch ( ) ZZZZ4:26 pmZZZZ
Brendan McCullum guided his side to a six wicket win with an over to spare over the Netherlands who, despite a determined effort with bat and ball, were never quite able to wrest control of the game from New Zealand.
We should have won comfortably We should have won comfortably ( ) ZZZZ10:36 pmZZZZ
Netherlands captain Peter Borren says poor decision making led to loss against South Africa, but the team can take some positives out of defeat.
Tahir spins South Africa to nervy win Tahir spins South Africa to nervy win ( ) ZZZZ10:37 pmZZZZ
Set target of 146, Netherlands falters after starting well to fall six runs short in tight finish.
Dutch dragged back down to Earth by Sri Lanka Dutch dragged back down to Earth by Sri Lanka ( ) ZZZZ3:41 pmZZZZ
Records were falling again today, but the boot was on the other foot for the Netherlands as a ruthless Sri Lanka attack scythed through the Dutch line-up for just 39 runs - a total that took just 30 balls to overhaul.
The Netherlands v New Zealand (29 March)
The Netherlands v South Africa (27 March)
The Netherlands v Sri Lanka (25 March)
Ireland v Netherlands (21 March)
Netherlands v Zimbabwe (CricketEurope) (19 March)
The Netherlands v Zimbabwe (ICC) (19 March)
Ireland v UAE (19 March)
UAE v The Netherlands (17 March)
Ireland v Zimbabwe (17 March)
Ireland training at Sylhet (15 March)
Netherlands v Hong Kong, warm-up (14 March)
About The Tournament
The ICC World Twenty20 will be staged in Bangladesh from 16 March to 6 April, with a total of 35 matches played across Chittagong, Dhaka and Sylhet in the 22-day tournament.
The format for the event has been changed following an increase in teams from 12 to 16. As the seedings are based on the ICC T20I rankings as of 8 October 2012, the top eight sides from the 2012 World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka 2012 will proceed directly to the Super 10 stage while Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, which finished outside the top eight, will participate in the first round that will be held from 16-21 March.
The first round of the men's event will include eight sides and twelve matches, with the teams divided into two groups of four teams each, with the table-toppers progressing to the Super 10 stage.
The six other teams in the first round advanced to the tournament after finishing in the top six of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in the UAE in November 2013. Ireland won the event after defeating Afghanistan by 68 runs in the final, and the top six teams from the tournament were Ireland, Afghanistan, Nepal, UAE, Netherlands and Hong Kong.
The Super 10 stage will start with an evening match between former champions India and Pakistan in Dhaka on Friday 21 March. Twenty matches in total will be played in this stage.
The two groups of the Super 10 stage are: