Highest Score by a batsman in Twenty20 (T20) Cricket

Highest Individual scores by a batsman in T20 cricket.
Batsman (Country) Runs Balls 4s 6s Versus Venue Date
Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) 123 58 11 7 Bangladesh Pallekele 21 Sep 2012
Richard Levi (SA) 117* 51 5 13 New Zealand Hamilton 19 Feb 2012
Chris Gayle (WI) 117 57 7 10 South Africa Jo'burg 11 Sep 2007
Brendon McCullum (NZ) 116* 56 12 8 Australia Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
Tillakaratne Dilshan (SL) 104* 57 12 5 Australia Pallekele 6 Aug 2011
Suresh Raina (India) 101 60 9 5 South Africa St Lucia 2 May 2010
Mahela Jayawardene (SL) 100 64 10 4 Zimbabwe Guyana 3 May 2010
Richard Berrington (Scotland) 100 58 10 5 Bangladesh The Hague 24 Jul 2012
Luke Wright (England) 99* 55 8 6 Afghanistan Colombo 21 Sep 2012
Alex Hales (Eng) 99 68 6 4 West Indies Trent Bridge 24 Jun 2012
Ricky Ponting (Aus) 98* 55 8 5 New Zealand Auckland 17 Feb 2005
Mahela Jayawardene (SL) 98* 56 9 4 West Indies Barbados 7 May 2010
Chris Gayle (WI) 98 66 5 7 India Barbados 9 May 2010
Tillakaratane Dilshan (SL) 96* 67 12 2 West Indies The Oval 19 Jun 2009
JP Duminy (SA) 96* 54 10 4 Zimbabwe Kimberley 10 Oct 2010
Demien Martyn (Aus) 96 56 7 5 South Africa Brisbane 9 Jan 2006
Loots Bosman (SA) 94 45 5 9 England Centurion 15 Nov 2009
Martin Guptill (NZ) 91* 54 5 6 Zimbabwe Auckland 11 Feb 2012
Brendon McCullum (NZ) 91 55 11 3 India Chennai 11 Sep 2012
Herschelle Gibbs (SA) 90* 55 14 2 West Indies Jo'burg 11 Sep 2007

Note: List limited to batsman with scores above 90 runs. And records up to 21st September, 2012.
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Highest team innings totals in T20 cricket match

Highest scores (totals) by a team in Twenty20 match.
Team Score Overs RR Inns Versus Venue Date
Sri Lanka 260/6 20.0 13.00 1 Kenya Johannesburg 14 Sep 2007
South Africa 241/6 20.0 12.05 1 England Centurion 15 Nov 2009
Australia 221/5 20.0 11.05 1 England Sydney 9 Jan 2007
South Africa 219/4 20.0 10.95 1 India Johannesburg 30 Mar 2012
India 218/4 20.0 10.90 1 England Durban 19 Sep 2007
Sri Lanka 215/5 20.0 10.75 1 India Nagpur 9 Dec 2008
Australia 214/5 20.0 10.70 1 New Zealand Auckland 17 Feb 2005
Australia 214/4 20.0 10.70 2 New Zealand Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
New Zealand 214/6 20.0 10.70 1 Australia Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
India 211/4 19.1 11.00 2 Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
South Africa 211/5 20.0 10.55 1 Scotland The Oval 7 Jun 2009
West Indies 209/2 20.0 10.45 1 New Zealand Florida 30 Jun 2012
Australia 209/3 20.0 10.45 1 South Africa Brisbane 9 Jan 2006
South Africa 208/2 17.4 11.77 2 West Indies Johannesburg 11 Sep 2007
West Indies 208/8 20.0 10.40 1 England The Oval 28 Jun 2008
Sri Lanka 206/7 20.0 10.30 1 India Mohali 12 Dec 2009
West Indies 205/6 20.0 10.25 1 South Africa Johannesburg 11 Sep 2007
Pakistan 203/5 20.0 10.15 1 Bangladesh Karachi 20 Apr 2008
New Zealand 202/5 19.4 10.27 2 Zimbabwe Hamilton 14 Feb 2012
England 202/6 20.0 10.10 1 Australia Johannesburg 13 Nov 2009
South Africa 201/4 20.0 10.05 1 Australia Johannesburg 24 Feb 2007
England 200/6 20.0 10.00 2 India Durban 19 Sep 2007
Zimbabwe 200/2 20.0 10.00 1 New Zealand Hamilton 14 Feb 2012

Note: Records upto 30th June 2012.
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T20 World Cup 2012 Super 8 Schedule

ICC Twenty20 Cricket World Cup 2012 Super Eight Groups and Teams have been finalized. There will be total 2 groups in Super 8 stage having 4 teams in each group. The top Teamshave been in Super 8 stage as follows...

Group 1:
  1. England
  2. West Indies
  3. Sri Lanka
  4. New Zealand

Group 2:
  1. South Africa
  2. India
  3. Australia
  4. Pakistan

The top 2 teams from each group stage matches will be play semi finals of ICC World Twenty20 cricket cup 2012. The Super Eight Schedule has been decided and Time Table for T20 World Cup Super 8 will be as follows.

Date and Time Match Details and Series
Thu Sep 27
15:30 local
10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 13th T20 – Sri Lanka v New Zealand  
@ Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Thu Sep 27
19:30 local
14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 14th T20 – England v West Indies 
@Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Fri Sep 28
15:30 local
10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 15th T20 – Pakistan v South Africa 
@ R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Fri Sep 28
19:30 local
14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 16th T20 – Australia v India 
@ R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Sat Sep 29
15:30 local
10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 17th T20 – England v New Zealand 
@ Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Sat Sep 29
19:30 local
14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 18th T20 – Sri Lanka v West Indies 
@ Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Sun Sep 30
15:30 local
10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 19th T20 – Australia v South Africa 
@ R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Sun Sep 30
19:30 local
14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 20th T20 – India v Pakistan 
@ R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Mon Oct 1
15:30 local
10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 21st T20 – New Zealand v West Indies 
@ Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Mon Oct 1
19:30 local
14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 22nd T20 – Sri Lanka v England 
@ Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Tue Oct 2
15:30 local
10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 23rd T20 – Australia v Pakistan
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Tue Oct 2
19:30 local
14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 24th T20 – India v South Africa
@ R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Thu Oct 4
19:00 local
13:30 GMT
1st Semi Final T20 – TBC vs TBC
@ R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Fri Oct 5
19:00 local
13:30 GMT
2nd Semi Final T20 – TBC vs TBC
@ R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Sun Oct 7
19:00 local
13:30 GMT
Final T20 – TBC vs TBC
@ R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
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Fastest fifties in Twenty20 cricket match

Fastest fifties in twenty20 internationals.
Batsman (Country) Balls Versus Venue Date
Yuvraj Singh (India) 12 England Durban 19 Sept 2007
Paul Stirling (Ireland) 17 Afghanistan Dubai 24 Mar 2012
David Warner (Australia) 18 West Indies Sydney 23 Feb 2010
David Warner (Australia) 19 South Africa Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
Gautam Gambhir (India) 19 Sri Lanka Nagpur 9 Dec 2009
Kieron Pollard (West Indies) 20 Australia St Lucia 27 Mar 2012
Mohammad Ashraful (Bdesh) 20 West Indies Johannesburg 13 Sep 2007
Yuvraj Singh (India) 20 Australia Durban 22 Sep 2007
Yuvraj Singh (India) 20 Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
Shane Watson (Australia) 20 Sri Lanka Pallekele 8 Aug 2011
Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka) 21 Kenya Johannesburg 14 Sep 2007
Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) 21 Sri Lanka Nagpur 9 Dec 2009
Cameron White (Australia) 21 New Zealand Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
Umar Akmal (Pakistan) 21 Australia Edgbaston 5 July 2010
Paul Stirling (Ireland) 21 Canada Dubai 22 Mar 2012
Michael Hussey (Australia) 22 Pakistan Gros Islet 14 May 2010
Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) 23 New Zealand Wellington 22 Dec 2006
Chris Gayle (West Indies) 23 Australia The Oval 6 Jun 2009
Aaron Redmond (New Zealand) 23 Ireland Trent Bridge 11 Jun 2009
Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) 23 New Zealand Colombo (RPS) 2 Sep 2009
Alex Obanda (Kenya) 23 Canada Dubai 10 Feb 2010
Martin Guptill (New Zealand) 23 Pakistan Auckland 26 Dec 2010
Tom Cooper (Netherlands) 23 Scotland Dubai 22 Mar 2012
William Porterfield (Ireland) 23 Kenya Dubai 14 Mar 2012
Paul Collingwood (England) 24 New Zealand Christchurch 7 Feb 2008
Morne van Wyk (South Africa) 24 India Durban 9 Jan 2011
Andrew Symonds (Australia) 25 South Africa Brisbane 9 Jan 2006
Marlon Samuels (West Indies) 25 England The Oval 28 Jun 2007
Nazimuddin (Bangladesh) 25 Pakistan Nairobi 2 Sep 2007
AB de Villiers (South Africa) 25 Scotland The Oval 7 Jun 2009
Graeme Smith (South Africa) 25 England Centurion 15 Nov 2009
Loots Bosman (South Africa) 25 England Centurion 15 Nov 2009
Richard Levi (South Africa) 25 New Zealand Hamilton 19 Feb 2012
Imran Nazir (Pakistan) 25 Bangladesh Pallekele 25 Sep 2012

Note: List limited to batsman with scores above 90 runs. And records up to 25th September, 2012.
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T20 World cup - 2012 Schedule

The ICC T20 world cup 2012 is scheduled to take place in Sri Lanka in September-October 2012. It will be the forth World Twenty20 cricket series. The ICC World Twenty20 2012 will be contested by 12 teams which have been 10 Test teams and two qualifiers (Ireland & Afghanistan) and divided into four groups are A, B, C and D. Schedule of T20 world cup 2012 has been set in same pattern as it was the last time, with four groups of three teams each and top two qualifying to super 8s round where they play three more games and top two from them will reach the knock-out stage aka semi-finals.

The tournament will be held from 18th September 2012 to 7th October 2012. There will be total 27 number of matches will be played this time. Mahinda Rajapaksha International cricket stadium in Hambantota, Pallekele international stadium and R Premadasa ground in Colombo have been selected as the venues for World T20 2012. Final will be played at R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo on October 07, 2012. Explore live scores and all information of World T20 2012.

Group A = India, England & Afghanistan.
Group B = Australia, West Indies & Ireland.
Group C = Sri Lanka, South Africa & Zimbabwe.
Group D = Pakistan, New Zealand & Bangladesh.

Super 8s, Group E = C1, D2, A1, B2.
Super 8s, Group F = C2, D1, A2, B1.



Schedule/fixtures/time-table : T20 world cup 2012
Date Match Venue/Result
18 September(N) Match 1, Group C = Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Hambantota 
19 September (D) Match 2, Group B = Australia v Ireland Colombo 
19 September (N) Match 3, Group A = India v Afghanistan Colombo 
20 September (N) Match 4, Group C = South Africa v Zimbabwe Hambantota 
21 September (D) Match 5, Group D = New Zealand v Bangladesh Pallekele
21 September (N) Match 6, Group A = England v Afghanistan RPS, Colombo
22 September (D) Match 7, Group C = Sri Lanka v South Africa Hambantota
22 September (N) Match 8, Group B = Australia v West Indies RPS, Colombo
23 September (D) Match 9, Group D = Pakistan v New Zealand Pallekele
23 September (N) Match 10, Group A = India v England RPS, Colombo
24 September (N) Match 11, Group B = West Indies v Ireland RPS, Colombo
25 September (N) Match 12, Group D = Pakistan v Bangladesh Pallekele
27 September (D) Match 13, Group E = C1 v D2 Pallekele
27 September (N) Match 14, Group E = A1 v B2 Pallekele
28 September (D) Match 15, Group F = D1 v C2 RPS, Colombo
28 September (N) Match 16, Group F = B1 v A2 RPS, Colombo
29 September (D) Match 17, Group E = A1 v D2 Pallekele
29 September (N) Match 18, Group E = C1 v B2 Pallekele
30 September (D) Match 19, Group F = B1 v C2 RPS, Colombo
30 September (N) Match 20, Group F = D1 v A2 RPS, Colombo
1 October (D) Match 21, Group E = B2 v D2 Pallekele
1 October (N) Match 22, Group E = A1 v C1 Pallekele
2 October (D) Match 23, Group F = B1 v D1 RPS, Colombo
2 October (N) Match 24, Group F = A2 v C2 RPS, Colombo
4 October (N) 1st Semi-final = E1 v F2 RPS, Colombo
5 October (N) 2nd Semi-final = F1 v E2 RPS, Colombo
7 October (N) The final RPS, Colombo
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Twenty20 World Cup 2010 - West Indies


The third edition of the Twenty20 World Cup took place in the West Indies during April and May 2010. The event was watched by millions from around the world.

The hosts got the tournament off to a great start thanks to a 70 run victory over Ireland. Although the West Indies excited the tournament after a disappointing Super Eights the whole event was still branded a major success by the ICC.

The final was played at the Kensington Oval in Barbados and saw England win their first ever ICC trophy thanks to a thrilling seven wicket victory over their old rivals, Australia.
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Twenty20 World Cup 2009 - England


The second Twenty20 World Cup took place in England in June 2009. The event was now seen as the ICC's biggest International tournement with millions watching around the world.

The event got off to a perfect start at Lords as the Netherlands beat England by 4 wickets in spectacular match which stunned the cricketing world. England would go onto qualify for the Super Eights but the Netherlands victory would go down in history.

The final was played at Lords and saw the 2007 runners up Pakistan take on Sri Lanka. Pakistan made no mistakes the second time round winning by 8 wickets
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Twenty20 World Cup 2007 - South Africa


The inaugural Twenty20 World Cup took place in South Africa during September 2007. With the rapid rise of Twenty20 cricket around the world the first official World Cup took place just 4 years after the first Twenty20 game was played in England.

The favorites going into the event were Australia, the current ODI World Champions. Despite suffering a shock 5 wicket defeat against Zimbabwe in their opening game the Aussie's regrouped and reached the semi finals before losing by 15 runs to India.

The final played in Johannesburg pitted two old foes in a thrilling final. India claimed the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup after beating Pakistan by 5 runs.
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