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Eight cities throughout Australia to host World T20 2020

International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday announced the venues for the men's and women's World T20I tournaments in 2020. The event will be played in Australia with Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Geelong, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney as host cities. The ICC announced that the 2020 event will, for the first time, see women’s and men’s competitions held as stand alone events in the same host country and in the same year. The aim is to give the best female and male cricketers respective opportunities to capture…

WATCH: Lord’s pays tribute to Shahid Afridi with this video

LONDON: Lord's Cricket Stadium presented tribute to Pakistan's star all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi with a video of his  2009 World T20 winning performance. The stadium dubbed as 'Home of Cricket' runs a proper social media account and tweets interesting stuff about game. A number of international players have also chosen their 'All-Time XI' teams by talking to the social media team of the ground. A fond farewell to international cricket to @SAfridiOfficial. Worth watching his 2009 World T20 winning…

India beat Pakistan by nine wickets to win Blind World T20

BENGALURU: India won the Blind Cricket World T20 after defeating Pakistan by nine wickets in the final played at the at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.  Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat against arch-rivals and defending champions India. The team scored 197 runs for eight wickets in the allotted twenty overs. Badar Munir remains the top scorer with 57 runs from 37 balls, while India's KetanPatel and Jaffar Iqbal took a couple of wickets each. India chased the target  in the eighteenth over. Opener …

Shaharyar not in favor of World T20 in 2018

LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan said on Tuesday he was not in favour of the next World T20 tournament to take place in 2018 and asserted that cricket bodies should pay more attention towards Test format calling it ‘real face of the sport’.