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Last Updated: Friday, 14 September 2007, 13:58 GMT 14:58 UK
World Twenty20 - day three photos

Rain falls at Durban

India v Scotland: Rain forces the abandonment of the game before a ball is bowled - both sides pick up a point

Darren Maddy hits out

Zimbabwe v England: England opt to bat first but lose Darren Maddy and Luke Wright in successive balls to reach 20-2

Kevin Pietersen

Matt Prior is caught in the deep for 20 but Kevin Pietersen works the bowling effectively and reaches a brisk 50

Kevin Pietersen

Pietersen's 37-ball rampage ends on 79 when a reverse sweep is pouched in the deep, leaving England 151-4 after 15 overs

Paul Collingwood is run out

Paul Collingwood is run out next over for 36 as Zimbabwe once again impress with their fielding

Andrew Flintoff

Andrew Flintoff adds 13 before becoming one of Elton Chigumbura's five wickets and England lurch to 188-9

Brendan Taylor

Brendan Taylor continues his fine run of form and gets Zimbabwe's reply off to a solid start with Vusi Sibanda

Tatenda Taibu is dismissed

The openers steer Zimbabwe to 74 but then the wickets start falling, with Dimitri Mascarenhas picking up three

Hamilton Masakadza

Hamilton Masakadza contributes 25 but 2-15 from Chris Schofield leaves Zimbabwe 50 runs short at 138-7

Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful wins the toss in Johannesburg

West Indies v Bangladesh: Mohammad Ashraful puts West Indies in to bat after a delayed start in Johannesburg

Bangladesh fans in the crowd in Johannesburg

Bangladesh fans enjoy an early breakthrough when Alok Kapali catches danger man Chris Gayle without scoring

Devon Smith runs between the wicket as Syed Rasel looks on

Syed Rasel has to work hard after dismissing Gayle as Devon Smith and Shivnarine Chanderpaul get West Indies on track

Devon Smith

Shiv Chanderpaul chips in with 37 and Devon Smith works his way to 51 before both batsmen fall to Abdur Razzak

Dwayne Smith is bowled

Dwayne Smith smashes three successive sixes and Marlon Samuels adds 27 as West Indies reach 164-8 after 20 overs

Aftab Ahmed hits out

The Tigers lose both their openers early on but Aftab Ahmed digs in and Mohammad Ashraful races to 61 in just 27 balls

Aftab Ahmed

Ashraful departs for 61 but Ahmed's 62 not out seals victory by six wickets and dumps West Indies out of the tournament

World Twenty20 - day two photos
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