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A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news from http://www.cricketworld.com. Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cricketworld and Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cricket_world as we discuss the upcoming Twenty20 Internationals this weekend which see Australia, Pakistan, England, South Africa, India and New Zealand all in action.
Australia need to bounce back from being dismissed for just 89 in the opening match against Pakistan while headlines will surely be made by Yuvraj Singh if he plays against New Zealand following his return from a lung tumour that ruled him out of cricket for over a year. England have just tied 2-2 with South Africa in their One-Day International series - can they take the best of that form and beat the Proteas. How will the reigning world champions fare without Kevin Pietersen?
The three matches are fighting for attention among other high-profile events such as the Premier League, the Paralympics and the Italian Grand Prix. All six teams are in the final stages of their preparation for the ICC World Twenty20 2012, held in Sri Lanka from 18th September to 7th October.
During the tournament Cricket World Live will be hosting a daily show rounding up the action, covering on-going matches and live interviews, bringing the tournament to life for Cricket World viewers.
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