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2009 Twenty20 World Cup Warm Up Fixtures

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Warm Up Games
Tuesday, May 26th 2009
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 4 wickets
Wednesday, May 27th 2009
New Zealand beat Ireland by 7 wickets  
Thursday, May 28th 2009
PCA Masters XI beat Ireland by 6 wickets
West Indies beat Scotland by 14 runs
Bangladesh beat Netherlands by 64 runs
Friday, May 29th 2009
Bangladesh beat Scotland by 6 wickets
Saturday, May 30th 2009
West Indies beat Ireland by 5 wickets
Monday, June 1st 2009
Ireland beat Netherlands in a Super Over
Australia beat Bangladesh by 38 runs
New Zealand beat India by 9 runs
South Africa beat Pakistan by 59 runs
Tuesday, June 2nd 2009
West Indies beat Ireland by 9 wickets
Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 4 wickets
Australia beat New Zealand by 7 wickets
England beat Scotland by 6 wickets
Wednesday, June 3rd 2009
South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 6 wickets
Netherlands beat Scotland by 7 wickets
England beat West Indies by 9 wickets
India beat Pakistan by 9 wickets
Thursday, June 4th 2009
South Africa beat Ireland by 50 runs
Jayawardene stands down after Windies defeat
Sammy full of praise for all conquering heroes
Calypso kings crowned t20 World Cup champs
West Indies big guns silenced by Sri Lanka
West Indies bat first in the t20 World Cup final
Sri Lanka geared up for biggest ever day
West Indies out to spoil Sri Lankan party
Woeful Aussies blown away by the West Indies
Gayle force Chris gives the Windies the edge
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