England put in to bat by Afghanistan

England put in to bat by Afghanistan

Kabul : Afghanistan | Sep 21, 2012 at 7:40 AM PDT
Source: DAWN
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Afghanistan's captain Nawroz Mangal won the toss and sent England in to bat in a group A match of the World Twenty20 in Colombo on Friday. Afghanistan, who lost their opening match to India by 23 runs on Wednesday, need a win to remain in the competition. FULL ARTICLE AT DAWN
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South Africa's Jacques Kallis (R) bats as he is watched by England's Craig Kieswetter
South Africa's Jacques Kallis (R) bats as he is watched by England's Craig Kieswetter
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