Two more from IPL 2016 on Sunday and the table is starting to take shape with every side now having played at least four matches. Aaron Finch, AB de Villiers, Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni will all be coming out swinging.
The youthful Delhi outfit have had a better start that defending IPL champions Mumbai but the feeling is there's more to come from the visitors who are favourites to win their second consecutive match.
It’s becoming clear that it takes more than a few marquee names to guarantee T20 success. The two IPL 2016 pre-tournament favs share an identical record after 3 matches but it’s not one they’d have envisaged before the competition began.
Destructive Aussie openers Aaron Finch and David Warner line up on opposite sides in Match 15 at Rajkot. The Supergiants’ 163 was nowhere near enough against the Lions in the only IPL 2016 match to be played at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium so far.
How about that for a pair of semi-finals!? 14 teams are out, the final two remain and either Eoin Morgan or Darren Sammy will lift the T20 Cricket World Cup in Kolkata on Sunday, where the victors will become the first two-time winners of the competition.
And then there were four...32 games gone, three to go and the original 16 nations have been whittled down to the final quartet who contest the T20 Cricket World Cup semi-finals on Wednesday and Thursday.
India had never beaten New Zealand in four previous T20 Internationals, but in the opening match of the World Cup, on home soil, they were expected to beat the Black Caps comfortably. It didn’t work out as planned for MS Dhoni and co.
In a must-win match for England they face a fired-up South Africa at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai hoping to keep their Twenty20 World Cup hopes alive. Can they do it? Join us as we take a look at their chances in our classic match preview:
The sixth T20 Cricket World Cup takes place in India from Tuesday March 8th (with the start of the preliminaries) until Sunday April 3rd when the final will be played at the iconic Eden Gardens in Kolkata.