World T20 Qualifying tables and fixtures
The World Twenty20 qualifying stage takes place from 8 to 13 March in Bangladesh, with the winning side from each group advancing to the Super 10 stage.
Wed Mar 9 – Bangladesh v Netherlands, Dharamsala
Wed Mar 9 – Ireland v Oman, Dharamsala
Thu Mar 10 – Scotland v Zimbabwe, Nagpur
Thu Mar 10 – Afghanistan v Hong Kong, Nagpur
Fri Mar 11 – Oman v Netherlands, Dharamsala
Fri Mar 11 – Bangladesh v Ireland, Dharamsala
Sat Mar 12 – Afghanistan v Zimbabwe, Nagpur
Sat Mar 12 – Hong Kong v Scotland, Nagpur
Sun Mar 13 – Ireland v Netherlands, Dharamsala
Sun Mar 13 – Bangladesh v Oman, Dharamsala
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England captain Joe Root celebrates a century against Sri Lanka
Root brought up his 18th Test ton after being stranded on 99 at lunch in Galle.
Joe Root 99 not out at lunch as England look to build big advantage
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Heather Knight excited by freedom on offer after New Zealand quarantine
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Sri Lanka v England day one: Tourists carve out dominant performance in Galle
The tourists skittled Sri Lanka for 135 then replied with 127 for two.
Stuart Broad and England in ‘dream world’ after superb first day in Sri Lanka
Broad took three wickets and Dom Bess five before Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow took England within eight runs of their hosts’ total.