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    India Qualify For ICC #WT20 Semi-Finals, Sammy Blasts West Indies To Victory - Cricket World TV

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    India have become the first side to qualify for the ICC WT20 2014 semi-finals thanks to a win over Bangladesh while Darren Sammy played a starring role in helping the West Indies beat Australia in a thrilling game.

    Brought to you in association with Clarus XC (http://www.harkness-screens.com/clarusxct20), the latest Cricket World (http://www.cricketword.com) video news update from the tournament reviews the two games that were played today and catches up with the latest from the women's competition.

    India made it three wins out of three and guaranteed their semi-final slot with a comprehensive eight-wicket win over hosts Bangladesh, who never threatened to get into the game.

    That came after Sammy, Dwayne Bravo and Chris Gayle had all played starring roles in helping the West Indies chase down 179 to beat Australia, for whom Glenn Maxwell had once again hit a number of sixes.

    The West Indies Women have also made it through to the semi-finals after a big win over Sri Lanka and in the other match played today, England hammered Bangladesh.

    This video was produced by video production and digital marketing company CWM Studios: http://www.cwmstudios.com

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