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ICC world T20 is now in super 10 stage. Get all information about daily matches, match results, points table etc here.

T20 World Cup Matches Today - ICC T20 Match Updates

What a opening match for super 10 stage of ICC World T20 is was yesterday between India & Pakistan. Cricket match between these two teams being played at any corner of the globes attracts larger crowds compared to any other match. And a T20 world cup adds extra excitement to the match. India won the match yesterday be first restricting Pakistan to a score of 130 and then chasing he score successfully and easily.

Now all focus is on the two matches being played today in the ICC T20 world cup. Lets us discuss the current updates about the matches. Of course you can check the live  scores of both the T20 matches today in the live scoreboard at the top.

First Match - England vs New Zealand - Both these teams play a similar kind of cricket, so this could be another exciting match in the T20 world cup 2014. Recently the New Zealand team has some good series against India at home but here in Balgladesh the playing conditions are different so this could be a hard match to NZ and same applies to the English team as well. Positives for New Zealand team - they have the leading run scorer in T20s with them, Brendon McCullumis already 600+ runs ahead of the second highest run getter in the shorter format of the game.

Second Match - Sri Lanka Vs South Africa - This could be a Malinga vs Steyn in case both the players are fit for the match today. Both the teams are strong in all the depts like bowling, batting and fielding. However these two team despite performing well haven't won any bing international tournament from a long time. While South African team have never gone ahead the knok our stage, they lost all the knock out matches from last 15 years or so. Sri Lankan team though have made to the finals of bigget tournaments quite often but they lost the finals every time.

This could be  chance for the teams to lift the title. Best wishes from to all the teams.

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