New Zealand managed to wrap up England for a pitiful 110 all out in their chase for 300. Watch the highlights below of day 5 To read more click here
On Saturday 22nd September, New Zealand face Pakistan at 11 am GMT whilst India face Australia at 4pm GMT
Pakistan and New Zealand are through to the semi-finals, England and Bangladesh are out, Australia have to beat Sri-Lanka to qualify.
Today SA face NZ, tomorrow they take on India. India have to beat England today in order to give themselves a chance of qualifying. The winner of this group will face Australia or Sri-Lanka, depending on the outcome of tomorrows game. Pakistan face bangladesh and surely must win tomorrow?
Pakistan and South Africa have looked like the danger sides thus far in the tournament and If SA win their last two game these sides will contest the final if they win the semi’s, which will be deserved and an absolute cracker!!!!
The first day on the group stages got underway on Sunday with New Zealand, Australia and South Africa winning their matches. The group stages finish on Thursday with the semi finals being played on Saturday and the final on Monday, a public holiday in South Africa.
The remaining fixtures for the group stages:
17 PAKISTAN v SRI LANKA Wanderers Stadium 18:00
18 NEW ZEALAND v ENGLAND Kingsmead 10:00
18 AUSTRALIA v PAKISTAN Wanderers Stadium 14:00
18 BANGLADESH v SRI LANKA Wanderers Stadium 18:00
19 SOUTH AFRICA v NEW ZEALAND Kingsmead 14:00
19 ENGLAND v INDIA Kingsmead 18:00
20 AUSTRALIA v SRI LANKA Newlands 10:00
20 BANGLADESH v PAKISTAN Newlands 14:00
20 SOUTH AFRICA v INDIA Kingsmead 18:00
Today brings the last day of pool games. There is a lot of interest in how Bangladesh will fare against South Africa whilst Sri Lanka, rated by many as a side to win this competition face the unpredictable New Zealand!!! Both games should be highly entertaining and should provide an indication how the sides will fare in the Super 8 format.