World Twenty20 2012 live:Top teams to head into super 8 stage with no upset wins
T20 World Cup 2012 will move to the first matches of the super 8 stage in the coming two days with no upset entries in the last eight of the world cup. After a dull start, the world cup has been a constant reminder of why this ICC event is the most viewed.
Rain shortened some matches, but not the excitement from the cricket contests as the games provided thrilling finishes. England after suffering a crushing defeat at the hands of the spin talent of India will play the winner of the match between West Indies and Ireland.
England, the defending champion was bundled out at 80 with Harbhajan Singh wreaking havoc through the England batting order. Sri Lanka will play New Zealand in the super 8 stage of the T20 World Cup after losing to the in-form AB de Villiers led South Africa.
Rain cut down the match to a 14-match affair, but the Proteas captain provided the much needed acceleration to guide his team into the super 8 stage. The winner of the match between Pakistan and Bangladesh will meet the Proteas in another match at the world cup super 8 stage of World T20.
Pakistan has won its first match against New Zealand and will look to cement its place in the super 8 stage by defeating Bangladesh, who might spring a surprise. Australia after winning both its initial encounters will see India at the super 8 stage. Australia defeated West Indies in a high scoring game of cricket despite the match result being decided by the Duckworth-Lewis method.
The eight teams will then play each other at least one time in next matches of super 8 stage of the world cup.With the main teams coming to the helm of T20 World Cup the tournament is marked for fireworks and loads of excitement.
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