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India Vs Pakistan World T20 match today


Highlights of previous T20 world cup India vs Pakistan

This is the match which will be equally interesting as the final of this twenty-twenty world cup tournament. Though there were little showers in the Eden Gardens in the morning, it is expected that we will have a full match. India have won all the previous encounters with Pakistan in the world cup but at the same time they have never defeated Pakistan at this venue. This mean a new history will be created either it will be first time India defeating Pakistan at Eden Gardens OR it's first victory in world cup for Pakistan against India.

Eden garden pitch is good for batting and team batting first have won most of the matches as dew factor comes to play and it makes batting a little difficult. Thus chasing is always a best option here. But can't say what both captains (Dhoni & Afridi) think about this. Thus it'd be interesting to see the toss as well.

You can catch all the live score being updated real time here at the blog. And little comments from our side also. Check out points table and results/schedule of matches also.

ICC World T20 Points Table - T20 World Cup Points Table - 2016

Hi,

Below is the points table of ICC World T20 (Twenty twenty world cup) 2016

ICC World T20 Points Table 

Women's World T20 Points Table

 



World T20 match results and schedule of play today

17-Mar-2016:
Today there is only one match for World T20 and the Women's World T20 today the match is already in progress between England and Bangladesh. In men's T20 world cup Afganisthan will play again defending champions Sri Lanka. The match is to be played at Eden Gardens and live telecast stars from 7:30 pm IST.

Results of World T20 matches played on 16-Mar-2016.


  1. West Indies defeated England by 6 wickets - Check scoreboard here
  2. Pakistan defeated Bangladesh by 55 runs - Check scoreboard here


Yesterday India men's cricket team lost the match to New Zealand, however the India Women's Cricket team defeated Bangladesh cricket team. Chek the details scoreboard here:

1. ICC World T20 India vs New Zealand (Men) - Scoreboard
2. ICC World T20 India vs Bangladesh (Women) - Scoreboard

Schedule for World T20 matches today:
Men's World T20: Two matches are scheduled today:
  1. Bangladesh v Pakistan at Kolkata - Match begins 3 pm IST
  2. England v West Indies at Mumbai - Match begins 7:30 pm IST
 Women's World T20: One match to be played today between Pak Women v WI Women at Chennai  match begins 7:30 pm IST.

Match updates to be followed below.


3:21 pm: Pakistan to bat first, as they won the toss and elected to bat first. Current score is Pakistan 36/1 in 3.1 overs.

4:04 pm - Pakistan team has got the start they needed. All they need to do is finish the innings well. Given they way they are batting a 180 to 200 runs score is easy to reach. And this would be a very hard target for Bangladesh team to achieve, given the bowling strength of the Pakistan team.

4:18 pm - Pakistan lost the second wicket. Current score Pakistan 134/2 in 13.4 overs.

4:35 pm  - Pakistan lost the third wicket but this isn't making any impact on the scoring rates. They are clsoe to 200 runs now. New batsmen Akmal is also gone. Score 175/4 in 17.5 overs. Remaining 13 balls this Pakistan team need to play carefully not to lose wickets trying to hit boundaries.

4:48 pm - Bangladesh need 202 runs to win and it's very difficult target for them. They have 4 over of Afridi who don't give easy runs. 

World T20 2016 Match Today - India Vs New Zealand


Now when the first round of the ICC world T20 is over and some lucky team managed to join other teams to the super 10 group, the ICC World T20 now has really begun. Now you can see fully crowded stadiums and more heat on and off the ground.

Today is the first match of super 10 and this match is to be played between the host team India and New Zealand. .The match will be played at Nagpur and it starts from 7:30 pm IST (+5:30 GMT). This match is from the team of Group 2. There are 5 team each in group 1 and group 2.  If we take a quick look at the squads then the Indian T20 team looks far stronger than the current New Zealand team. The NZ team is quite inexperienced however there bowling can be the biggest surprise for the strong Indian batting line. Also the IPL exposure is a big plus for team India, making them the favorites not only for today's match but also for the T20 world cup.

We will be posting live updates of the match today here, so just keep refreshing the page ;)

8:45 PM:
Match is in the interesting phase. India has got to a good start and so far they have kept New Zealand batsmen silent not allowing them big boundaries.
Score: NZ 90/6 in 16.4 overs.

Bumrah to bowl the 18th over.

8:49 PM - 100 up for NZ in 18th over.

5 runs in the over of Bumrah. NZ 103/6 in 18 overs.

19th over to be bowled by Jadega. Batsmen just survived a stumping chance.

8:54 PM - If New Zealand somehow manage to get close to 130, this would be a very very competitive score.

Nehra to bowl the last crucial over.

New Zealand 126/7 (20/20 ov)

Innings Break

Indian innings to follow in 20 minutes

Welcome back after the innings break. India has lost a wicket early. The score is Ind 6/1 in 1 over.

9:31 pm - Kapil Dev said during New Zealand Innings that Indian batsmen have not played spinners in good way recently. This seems to be true as Roit Sharma got out to spin bowler in the third over.
Score: Ind 10/2 in 2.2 overs.

Kapil Dev said India lost wickets to spinners a lot recently during New Zealand Innings and it would be great to see how New Zealand spinners bowl today. India lost 3 wicket in 3 over. Score Inda 12/3 in 3 overs.
10:14 pm
Halfway the batting of Indian team, they have lost more than half of the batsmen. Clearly team India is going to lose the match today.
Score:  Ind 43/1 in 10.1 overs

India require another 70 runs in final 6 overs