Rejuvenated Pakistan out to test India's bouncebackability
The build-up to the India-Pakistan clash began once Dharamsala was named as the venue on December 11 last year.
Bangladesh brace for Oman's surprise factor
When the tournament's schedule was first announced, few would have given Oman a chance of qualifying ahead of Bangladesh and Ireland from their group.
Taskin, Sunny reported for suspect actions, coach Hathurusingha livid
The ICC officials have expressed their concerns about the bowling actions of Taskin Ahmed and Arafat Sunny being suspect, which has left the Bangladesh team livid.
Netherlands know Oman feelgood can be shortlived
The lad at the back end played really well," said William Porterfield, the Ireland captain, after his side's defeat to Oman.
Rivalry resumes in high-stakes clash
Three-fourths of the way through their game against Scotland on Tuesday, Afghanistan seemed on course for yet another slip-up in the preliminary stage of a big tournament.
Zimbabwe look to tighten disciplines against Scotland
The cruelty of the World T20 qualifying phase is that every game is crucial and Scotland's key moment may already have come and gone
Unknowns Oman take on big-event regulars Ireland
The most heartbreaking part of the tournament is already underway, and Ireland and Oman will be the last ones to enter the crucible.
Netherlands' chance to bring down another Full Member
Two years ago, the Netherlands needed to chase 190 runs in 14.2 overs against Ireland to qualify to the main draw of the World T20.
Boisterous Bangladesh eye India heist
India have an opportunity to lift the Asia Cup and live up to the 'World T20 favourites' billing, but it won't be an easy ride against an improved Bangladesh who will have a boisterous Mirpur crowd behind them.
South Africa seek to keep on winning; Australia, to stop losing
Mar 6, 2016 Australia made four changes to their team as they aim to arrest a losing streak of five T20 matches at the ground where South Africa have not lost a limited-overs match this season