International cricket in 2009

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International cricket in 2009 is defined as the season of international cricket between May and August 2009 in all cricket playing countries, as well as all international matches scheduled for the 2009 English cricket season.[1][2] Matches between September 2008 and March 2009 are defined as belonging to the 2008–09 season, while matches between September 2009 and March 2010 will fall under the 2009–10 season.

Season overview[edit]

International tours
Start date Home team Away team Results [Matches]
Test ODI T20I
22 April 2009  Pakistan  Australia 2–3 [5] 1–0 [1]
6 May 2009  England  West Indies 2–0 [2] 2–0 [3]
26 June 2009  West Indies  India 1–2 [4]
4 July 2009  Sri Lanka  Pakistan 2–0 [3] 3–2 [5] 0–1 [1]
8 July 2009  England  Australia 2–1 [5] 1–6 [7] 0–0 [2]
9 July 2009  West Indies  Bangladesh 0–2 [2] 0–3 [3] 1–0 [1]
9 August 2009  Zimbabwe  Bangladesh 1–4 [5]
18 August 2009  Sri Lanka  New Zealand 2–0 [2] 0–2 [2]
27 August 2009  Ireland  England 0–1 [1]
28 August 2009  Scotland  Australia 0–1 [1]
International tournaments
Start date Tournament Winners
5 June 2009 England ICC World Twenty20  Pakistan
8 September 2009 Sri Lanka Tri-Series  India
Minor tours
Start date Home team Away team Results [Matches]
First-class ODI
2 July 2009  Scotland  Canada 1–0 [1] 1–1 [2]
3 July 2009  Ireland  Kenya 0–0 [1] 3–0 [3]
11 July 2009  Netherlands  Canada 0–0 [1] 1–0 [2]
14 August 2009  Canada  Kenya 0–1 [1] 1–0 [4]
14 August 2009  Zimbabwe  Afghanistan 0–0 [1]
17 August 2009  Scotland  Ireland 0–0 [1] 0–1 [2]
24 August 2009  Netherlands  Afghanistan 0–1 [1] 1–1 [2]
Minor tournaments
Start date Tournament Winners
1 April 2009 South Africa ICC World Cup Qualifier  Ireland
17 May 2009 Guernsey ICC World Cricket League Division Seven  Bahrain
29 August 2009 Singapore ICC World Cricket League Division Six  Singapore

April[edit]

ICC World Cup Qualifier[edit]

The 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier is a cricket tournament that took place in April 2009 in South Africa. It was the final qualification tournament for the 2011 Cricket World Cup.[3]

The top four teams (Ireland, Canada, Kenya and Netherlands) qualified for the 2011 Cricket World Cup, and Scotland retained the One-day international, meanwhile Afghanistan gained the ODI status for the following four years and also automatically qualify for the ICC Intercontinental Cup. The bottom two teams was relegated to 2011 ICC World Cricket League Division Three. The final and the play-offs for third and fifth place was official ODIs.

Group stage[edit]

Group A
Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 Ireland 5 5 0 0 0 +1.492 10
 Canada 5 4 1 0 0 +1.490 8
 Scotland 5 3 2 0 0 −0.318 6
 Namibia 5 1 4 0 0 −0.506 2
 Uganda 5 1 4 0 0 −0.928 2
 Oman 5 1 4 0 0 −1.144 2
Group B
Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 Kenya 5 4 1 0 0 +1.683 8
 Netherlands 5 4 1 0 0 +0.557 8
 United Arab Emirates 5 4 1 0 0 −0.134 8
 Afghanistan 5 2 3 0 0 −0.278 4
 Bermuda 5 1 4 0 0 −0.441 2
 Denmark 5 0 5 0 0 −1.341 0

     Team qualifies for Super Eights
     Team moves into the 9th Place Playoff Semifinals

Group Stage
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
Match 1 1 April  Denmark Freddie Klokker  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal Isak Steyl Stadium, Vanderbijlpark  Afghanistan by 5 wickets
Match 2 1 April  Bermuda Irving Romaine  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan Fanie du Toit Sports Complex, Potchefstroom  United Arab Emirates by 4 wickets
Match 3 1 April  Canada Ashish Bagai  Oman Hemal Mehta LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria  Canada by 103 runs
ODI 2830 1 April  Scotland Ryan Watson  Ireland William Porterfield Willowmoore Park, Benoni  Ireland by 7 wickets
ODI 2831 1 April  Kenya Steve Tikolo  Netherlands Jeroen Smits Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Netherlands by 7 wickets
Match 6 1 April  Uganda Junior Kwebiha  Namibia Louis Burger Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  Uganda by 6 runs
Match 7 2 April  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal  Bermuda Irving Romaine Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Afghanistan won by 60 runs
Match 8 2 April  Uganda Junior Kwebiha  Canada Ashish Bagai Walter Milton Oval, Johannesburg  Canada won by 5 wickets
Match 9 2 April  Netherlands Jeroen Smits  Denmark Freddie Klokker Fanie du Toit Sports Complex, Potchefstroom  Netherlands won by 7 wickets
Match 10 2 April  Ireland William Porterfield  Oman Hemal Mehta Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  Ireland won by 116 runs
Match 11 2 April  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan  Kenya Steve Tikolo Isak Steyl Stadium, Vanderbijlpark  Kenya by 9 wickets
Match 12 2 April  Scotland Ryan Watson  Namibia Louis Burger LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria  Scotland by 70 runs
Match 13 4 April  Kenya Steve Tikolo  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal Fanie du Toit Sports Complex, Potchefstroom  Kenya by 107 runs
Match 14 4 April  Denmark Freddie Klokker  Bermuda Irving Romaine Isak Steyl Stadium, Vanderbijlpark  Bermuda by 9 wickets
Match 15 4 April  Canada Ashish Bagai  Namibia Louis Burger LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria  Canada by 141 runs
Match 16 4 April  Uganda Junior Kwebiha  Ireland William Porterfield Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  Ireland by 6 wickets
Match 17 4 April  Netherlands Jeroen Smits  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  United Arab Emirates by 2 wickets
Match 18 4 April  Scotland Ryan Watson  Oman Hemal Mehta Walter Milton Oval, Johannesburg  Scotland by 9 runs
Match 19 6 April  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal  Netherlands Jeroen Smits Isak Steyl Stadium, Vanderbijlpark  Netherlands by 5 wickets
ODI 2835 6 April  Kenya Steve Tikolo  Bermuda Irving Romaine Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Kenya by 7 wickets
ODI 2836 6 April  Canada Ashish Bagai  Ireland William Porterfield Willowmoore Park, Benoni  Ireland by 6 wickets
Match 22 6 April  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan  Denmark Freddie Klokker Fanie du Toit Sports Complex, Potchefstroom  United Arab Emirates by 112 runs
Match 23 6 April  Namibia Louis Burger  Oman Hemal Mehta Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  Namibia by 119 runs
Match 24 6 April  Scotland Ryan Watson  Uganda Junior Kwebiha Walter Milton Oval, Johannesburg  Scotland by 45 runs
Match 25 8 April  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan Isak Steyl Stadium, Vanderbijlpark  United Arab Emirates by 5 wickets
ODI 2837 8 April  Netherlands Jeroen Smits  Bermuda Irving Romaine Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Netherlands by 64 runs
ODI 2838 8 April  Canada Ashish Bagai  Scotland Ryan Watson Willowmoore Park, Benoni  Canada by 148 runs
Match 28 8 April  Denmark Freddie Klokker  Kenya Steve Tikolo Fanie du Toit Sports Complex, Potchefstroom  Kenya by 9 wickets
Match 29 8 April  Ireland William Porterfield  Namibia Louis Burger Walter Milton Oval, Johannesburg  Ireland by 7 wickets
Match 30 8 April  Oman Hemal Mehta  Uganda Junior Kwebiha LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria  Oman by 1 wicket

9th Place Playoffs[edit]

9th Place Playoff Semifinals
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
Semifinal 11 April  Uganda Junior Kwebiha  Denmark Freddie Klokker Fanie du Toit Sports Complex, Potchefstroom  Uganda by 62 runs
Semifinal 11 April  Oman Hemal Mehta  Bermuda Irving Romaine Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Bermuda by 8 wickets
11th Place Playoff
11th Place Playoff 13 April  Denmark Freddie Klokker  Oman Hemal Mehta Fanie du Toit Sports Complex, Potchefstroom  Oman by 5 wickets
9th Place Playoff
9th Place Playoff 13 April  Uganda DK Arinaitwe  Bermuda Irving Romaine Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Bermuda by 8 wickets

Super Eights[edit]

Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 Ireland 7 5 2 0 0 +0.689 10
 Canada 7 4 3 0 0 +0.687 8
 Kenya 7 4 3 0 0 +0.035 8
 Netherlands 7 4 3 0 0 +0.025 8
 Scotland 7 3 4 0 0 −0.140 6
 Afghanistan 7 3 4 0 0 −0.209 6
 United Arab Emirates 7 3 4 0 0 −1.080 6
 Namibia 7 2 5 0 0 −0.079 4

     Team qualifies for 2011 Cricket World Cup and gains ODI status
     Team gains ODI status
     Team plays in the 7th place playoff

Super Eights
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
Match 1 11 April  Kenya Steve Tikolo  Canada Ashish Bagai Willowmoore Park, Benoni  Canada by 7 wickets
Match 2 11 April  Namibia Louis Burger  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria  Namibia by 49 runs
Match 3 11 April  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal  Ireland William Porterfield Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  Afghanistan by 22 runs
Match 4 11 April  Scotland Ryan Watson  Netherlands Jeroen Smits Walter Milton Oval, Johannesburg  Scotland by 26 runs
Match 5 13 April  Namibia Louis Burger  Netherlands Jeroen Smits Willowmoore Park, Benoni  Netherlands by 2 wickets
Match 6 13 April  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal  Canada Ashish Bagai LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria  Canada by 6 wickets
Match 7 13 April  Kenya Steve Tikolo  Scotland Ryan Watson Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  Kenya by 24 runs
Match 8 13 April  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan  Ireland William Porterfield Walter Milton Oval, Johannesburg  Ireland by 8 wickets
Match 9 15 April  Scotland Ryan Watson  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal Willowmoore Park, Benoni  Afghanistan by 42 runs
Match 10 15 April  Ireland William Porterfield  Netherlands Jeroen Smits LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria  Ireland by 6 wickets
Match 11 15 April  Canada Ashish Bagai  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  United Arab Emirates by 5 wickets
Match 12 15 April  Namibia Louis Burger  Kenya Steve Tikolo Walter Milton Oval, Johannesburg  Namibia by 201 runs
Match 13 17 April  Scotland Ryan Watson  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan Willowmoore Park, Benoni  Scotland by 22 runs
Match 14 17 April  Ireland William Porterfield  Kenya Steve Tikolo LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria  Kenya by 6 wickets
Match 15 17 April  Namibia Louis Burger  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  Afghanistan by 21 runs
Match 16 17 April  Canada Ashish Bagai  Netherlands Jeroen Smits Walter Milton Oval, Johannesburg  Netherlands by 6 wickets

Playoffs[edit]

No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
7th Place Playoff
7th Place Playoff 19 April  Namibia Louis Burger  United Arab Emirates Khurram Khan Stan Friedman Oval, Krugersdorp  United Arab Emirates by 4 wickets
5th Place Playoff
ODI 2842 19 April  Afghanistan Nowroz Mangal  Scotland Ryan Watson Willowmoore Park, Benoni  Afghanistan by 89 runs
3rd Place Playoff
ODI 2844 19 April  Kenya Steve Tikolo  Netherlands Jeroen Smits Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Netherlands by 6 wickets
Final
ODI 2843 19 April  Canada Ashish Bagai  Ireland William Porterfield SuperSport Park, Centurion  Ireland by 9 wickets

Pakistan vs Australia in the United Arab Emirates[edit]

No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI series[4]
ODI 2845 22 April Younis Khan Michael Clarke Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, Dubai  Pakistan by 4 wickets
ODI 2846 24 April Younis Khan Michael Clarke Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, Dubai  Australia by 6 wickets
ODI 2847 27 April Younis Khan Michael Clarke Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi  Australia by 27 runs
ODI 2848 1 May Younis Khan Michael Clarke Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi  Australia by 8 wickets
ODI 2849 3 May Younis Khan Michael Clarke Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi  Pakistan by 7 wickets
Only T20I
T20I 89 7 May Misbah-ul-Haq Brad Haddin Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, Dubai  Pakistan by 7 wickets

May[edit]

West Indies in England[edit]

No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test Series[6]
Test 1919 6–10 May Andrew Strauss Chris Gayle Lord's, London  England by 10 wickets
Test 1920 14–18 May Andrew Strauss Chris Gayle Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street  England by an innings and 83 runs
ODI series
ODI 2849a 21 May Andrew Strauss Chris Gayle Headingley, Leeds Match abandoned
ODI 2850 24 May Andrew Strauss Chris Gayle County Ground, Bristol  England by 6 wickets
ODI 2851 26 May Andrew Strauss Chris Gayle Edgbaston, Birmingham  England by 58 runs

ICC World Cricket League Division Seven[edit]

Group stage[edit]

The 2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Seven will be held in May 2009 in Guernsey. The two leading teams of the tournament will be promoted to Division Six later the same year.[7]

Team Pld W L T NR Pts NRR
 Bahrain 5 5 0 0 0 10 +2.920
 Guernsey 5 4 1 0 0 8 +1.260
 Japan 5 2 3 0 0 4 −0.501
 Nigeria 5 2 3 0 0 4 −0.758
 Gibraltar 5 1 4 0 0 2 −0.873
 Suriname 5 1 4 0 0 2 −2.166

     Team qualifies for 2009 Division Six
     Team remains in 2011 Division Seven
     Team is relegated to 2010 Division Eight

Group stage
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
1st 17 May  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Gibraltar Christian Rocca King George V Sports Ground, Castel No result
2nd 17 May  Japan  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost College Field, St Peter Port No result
3rd 17 May  Suriname Shazam Ramjohn  Nigeria Wale Adeoye Guernsey Rovers Athletic Club, Port Soif Abandoned without ball bowled
4th 18 May  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Suriname Shazam Ramjohn College Field, St Peter Port  Bahrain by 161 runs
5th 18 May  Gibraltar Christian Rocca  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost Guernsey Rovers Athletic Club, Port Soif  Guernsey by 4 wickets
6th 18 May  Japan Masaomi Kobayashi  Nigeria Wale Adeoye King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Nigeria by 2 wickets
1st (R) 19 May  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Gibraltar Christian Rocca King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Bahrain by 137 runs
2nd (R) 19 May  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost  Japan Masaomi Kobayashi College Field, St Peter Port  Guernsey by 7 wickets
3rd (R) 19 May  Suriname Shazam Ramjohn  Nigeria Wale Adeoye Guernsey Rovers Athletic Club, Port Soif  Suriname by 95 runs
7th 20 May  Nigeria Wale Adeoye  Gibraltar Christian Rocca College Field, St Peter Port  Nigeria by 88 runs
8th 20 May  Suriname Shazam Ramjohn  Japan Masaomi Kobayashi Guernsey Rovers Athletic Club, Port Soif  Japan by 8 wickets
9th 20 May  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Guernsey Styart Le Prevost King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Bahrain by 25 runs
10th 21 May  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Japan Masaomi Kobayashi Guernsey Rovers Athletic Club, Port Soif  Bahrain by 196 runs
11th 21 May  Gibraltar Christian Rocca  Suriname Shazam Ramjohn King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Gibraltar by 39 runs
12th 21 May  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost  Nigeria Wale Adeoye College Field, St Peter Port  Guernsey by 8 wickets
13th 23 May  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Nigeria Wale Adeoye Guernsey Rovers Athletic Club, Port Soif  Bahrain by 176 runs
14th 23 May  Gibraltar Christian Rocca  Japan Masaomi Kobayashi College Field, St Peter Port  Japan by 29 runs
15th 23 May  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost  Suriname Shazam Ramjohn King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Guernsey by 263 runs
  • (R)-replayed

Finals and Play-offs[edit]

No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
Final 24 May  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Bahrain by 3 wickets
3rd Place 24 May  Nigeria Wale Adeoye  Japan Masaomi Kobayashi College Field, St Peter Port  Nigeria by 68 runs
5th Place 24 May  Suriname Shazam Ramjohn  Gibraltar Christian Rocca Guernsey Rovers Athletic Club, Port Soif  Suriname by 8 runs

June[edit]

ICC World Twenty20[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Group A
Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 India (1) 2 2 0 0 0 +1.227 4
 Ireland 2 1 1 0 0 −0.162 2
 Bangladesh (9) 2 0 2 0 0 −0.996 0
Group B
Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 England (5) 2 1 1 0 0 +1.175 2
 Pakistan (7) 2 1 1 0 0 +0.850 2
 Netherlands 2 1 1 0 0 −2.025 2
Group C
Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 Sri Lanka (3) 2 2 0 0 0 +0.626 4
 West Indies (8) 2 1 1 0 0 +0.715 2
 Australia (2) 2 0 2 0 0 −1.331 0
Group D
Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 South Africa (4) 2 2 0 0 0 +3.275 4
 New Zealand (6) 2 1 1 0 0 +0.309 2
 Scotland 2 0 2 0 0 −5.281 0
Group Stage
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 90 5 June  England Paul Collingwood  Netherlands Jeroen Smits Lord's, London  Netherlands by 4 wickets
T20I 91 6 June  New Zealand Brendan McCullum  Scotland Gavin Hamilton Kennington Oval, London  New Zealand by 7 wickets
T20I 92 6 June  Australia Ricky Ponting  West Indies Chris Gayle Kennington Oval, London  West Indies by 7 wickets
T20I 93 6 June  Bangladesh Mohammad Ashraful  India Mahendra Singh Dhoni Trent Bridge, Nottingham  India by 25 runs
T20I 94 7 June  Scotland Gavin Hamilton  South Africa Graeme Smith Kennington Oval, London  South Africa by 130 runs
T20I 95 7 June  England Paul Collingwood  Pakistan Younis Khan Kennington Oval, London  England by 48 runs
T20I 96 8 June  Bangladesh Mohammad Ashraful  Ireland William Porterfield Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Ireland by 6 wickets
T20I 97 8 June  Australia Ricky Ponting  Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Sri Lanka by 6 wickets
T20I 98 9 June  Netherlands Jeroen Smits  Pakistan Younis Khan Lord's, London  Pakistan by 82 runs
T20I 99 9 June  New Zealand Brendan McCullum  South Africa Graeme Smith Lord's, London  South Africa by 1 run
T20I 100 10 June  Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara  West Indies Denesh Ramdin Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Sri Lanka by 15 runs
T20I 101 10 June  India Mahendra Singh Dhoni  Ireland William Porterfield Trent Bridge, Nottingham  India by 8 wickets

Super Eights[edit]

Group E
Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 South Africa 3 3 0 0 0 +0.787 6
 West Indies 3 2 1 0 0 +0.063 4
 England 3 1 2 0 0 −0.414 2
 India 3 0 3 0 0 −0.466 0
Group F
Team Pld W L T NR NRR Pts
 Sri Lanka 3 3 0 0 0 +1.267 6
 Pakistan 3 2 1 0 0 +1.185 4
 New Zealand 3 1 2 0 0 −0.232 2
 Ireland 3 0 3 0 0 −2.183 0
Group Stage
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 102 11 June  New Zealand Brendan McCullum  Ireland William Porterfield Trent Bridge, Nottingham  New Zealand by 83 runs
T20I 103 11 June  England Paul Collingwood  South Africa Graeme Smith Trent Bridge, Nottingham  South Africa by 7 wickets
T20I 104 12 June  Pakistan Younis Khan  Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara Lord's, London  Sri Lanka by 19 runs
T20I 105 12 June  India Mahendra Singh Dhoni  West Indies Chris Gayle Lord's, London  West Indies by 7 wickets
T20I 106 13 June  South Africa Graeme Smith  West Indies Chris Gayle Kennington Oval, London  South Africa by 20 runs
T20I 107 13 June  New Zealand Daniel Vettori  Pakistan Younis Khan Kennington Oval, London  Pakistan by 6 wickets
T20I 108 14 June  Ireland William Porterfield  Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara Lord's, London  Sri Lanka by 9 runs
T20I 109 14 June  India Mahendra Singh Dhoni  England Paul Collingwood Lord's, London  England by 3 runs
T20I 110 15 June  Pakistan Younis Khan  Ireland William Porterfield Kennington Oval, London  Pakistan by 39 runs
T20I 111 15 June  England Paul Collingwood  West Indies Chris Gayle Kennington Oval, London  West Indies by 5 wickets (D/L)
T20I 112 16 June  Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara  New Zealand Daniel Vettori Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Sri Lanka by 48 runs
T20I 113 16 June  India Mahendra Singh Dhoni  South Africa Graeme Smith Trent Bridge, Nottingham  South Africa by 9 runs

Knockout stage[edit]

No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
Semifinals
T20I 114 18 June  Pakistan Younis Khan  South Africa Graeme Smith Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Pakistan by 7 runs
T20I 115 19 June  Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara  West Indies Chris Gayle Kennington Oval, London  Sri Lanka by 57 runs
Final
T20I 116 21 June  Pakistan Younis Khan  Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara Lord's, London  Pakistan by 8 wickets

India in West Indies[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series[8]
ODI 2852 26 June Chris Gayle Mahendra Singh Dhoni Sabina Park, Kingston  India by 20 runs
ODI 2853 28 June Chris Gayle Mahendra Singh Dhoni Sabina Park, Kingston  West Indies by 8 wickets
ODI 2854 3 July Chris Gayle Mahendra Singh Dhoni Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet  India by 6 wickets (D/L)
ODI 2855 5 July Chris Gayle Mahendra Singh Dhoni Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet No result

July[edit]

Pakistan in Sri Lanka[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
Test Series[9]
Test 1921 4–8 July Kumar Sangakkara Younis Khan Galle International Stadium, Galle  Sri Lanka by 50 runs
Test 1924 12–16 July Kumar Sangakkara Younis Khan P. Sara Oval, Colombo  Sri Lanka by 7 wickets
Test 1927 20–24 July Kumar Sangakkara Younis Khan SSC Ground, Colombo Match drawn
ODI
ODI 2864 30 July Kumar Sangakkara Younis Khan Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla  Sri Lanka by 36 runs
ODI 2866 1 August Kumar Sangakkara Younis Khan Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla  Sri Lanka by 6 wickets
ODI 2867 3 August Kumar Sangakkara Younis Khan Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla  Sri Lanka by 6 wickets
ODI 2868 7 August Kumar Sangakkara Younis Khan R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  Pakistan by 146 runs
ODI 2870 9 August Kumar Sangakkara Younis Khan R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  Pakistan by 132 runs
T20I
T20I 118 12 August Kumar Sangakkara Shahid Afridi R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  Pakistan won by 52 runs

Canada in Scotland[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series
ODI 2856 7 July Gavin Hamilton Ashish Bagai Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Canada by 6 wickets
ODI 2857 8 July Gavin Hamilton Ashish Bagai Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Scotland by 5 wickets

Scotland and Canada also played an Intercontinental Cup match. See main article.

Kenya in Ireland[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series
ODI 2858 9 July William Porterfield Morris Ouma Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin  Ireland by 3 wickets
ODI 2860 11 July William Porterfield Morris Ouma Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin  Ireland by 52 runs (D/L)
ODI 2861 12 July William Porterfield Morris Ouma Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin  Ireland by 4 runs (D/L)

Kenya and Ireland also played an Intercontinental Cup match. See main article.

Australia in England[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
Test Series (The 2009 Ashes)
Test 1922 8–12 July Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Match drawn
Test 1925 16–20 July Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Lord's Cricket Ground, London  England won by 115 runs
Test 1928 30 July–3 August Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham Match drawn
Test 1929 7–11 August Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Headingley Stadium, Leeds  Australia won by an innings and 80 runs
Test 1931 20–24 August Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting The Oval, London  England won by 197 runs
T20I Series
T20I 119 30 August Paul Collingwood Michael Clarke Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester No result
T20I 119a 1 September Paul Collingwood Michael Clarke Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester No result
ODI series
ODI 2882 4 September Andrew Strauss Michael Clarke The Oval, London  Australia won by 4 runs
ODI 2883 6 September Andrew Strauss Michael Clarke Lord's Cricket Ground, London  Australia won by 39 runs
ODI 2885 9 September Andrew Strauss Michael Clarke Rose Bowl, Southampton  Australia by 6 wickets
ODI 2888 12 September Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Lord's Cricket Ground, London  Australia by 7 wickets
ODI 2890 15 September Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Australia by 4 wickets
ODI 2891 17 September Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Australia by 111 runs
ODI 2892 20 September Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Riverside Ground, Durham  England by 4 wickets

Bangladesh in West Indies[edit]

No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test series[10]
Test 1923 9–13 July Floyd Reifer Mashrafe Mortaza Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, Saint Vincent  Bangladesh by 95 runs
Test 1926 17–21 July Floyd Reifer Shakib Al Hasan Cricket National Stadium, St. George's, Grenada  Bangladesh by 4 wickets
ODI series
ODI 2862 26 July Floyd Reifer Shakib Al Hasan Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica  Bangladesh by 52 runs
ODI 2863 28 July Floyd Reifer Shakib Al Hasan Windsor Park, Roseau, Dominica  Bangladesh by 3 wickets
ODI 2865 31 July Floyd Reifer Shakib Al Hasan Warner Park Sporting Complex, Basseterre, St. Kitts  Bangladesh by 3 wickets
Only T20I
T20I 117 2 August Floyd Reifer Shakib Al Hasan Warner Park Sporting Complex, Basseterre, St. Kitts  West Indies by 5 wickets

Canada in the Netherlands[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series
ODI 2859 11 July Jeroen Smits Ashish Bagai VRA Ground, Amstelveen, Netherlands  Netherlands by 50 runs
ODI 2860a 12 July Jeroen Smits Ashish Bagai VRA Ground, Amstelveen, Netherlands Match Abandoned

Canada and the Netherlands also played an Intercontinental Cup match. See main article.

New Zealand in Zimbabwe[edit]

New Zealand were due to tour Zimbabwe for a series of three One Day Internationals in 2009 but the tour was cancelled due to political and security reasons, and the New Zealand Cricket discussed possible fixtures in 2010 but made no definitive decisions.[11]

August[edit]

Bangladesh in Zimbabwe[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series
ODI 2869 9 August Prosper Utseya Shakib Al Hasan Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo  Bangladesh by 8 wickets
ODI 2871 11 August Prosper Utseya Shakib Al Hasan Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo  Bangladesh by 49 runs
ODI 2872 14 August Prosper Utseya Shakib Al Hasan Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo  Zimbabwe by 69 runs
ODI 2873 16 August Prosper Utseya Shakib Al Hasan Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo  Bangladesh by 4 wickets
ODI 2874 18 August Prosper Utseya Shakib Al Hasan Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo  Bangladesh by 5 wickets

Kenya in Canada[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series
ODI 2875 19 August Ashish Bagai Morris Ouma Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City  Canada won by 9 wickets
ODI 2875a 21 August Ashish Bagai Morris Ouma Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City Match abandoned without a ball bowled
ODI 2877 21 August Ashish Bagai Morris Ouma Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City No result
ODI 2877b 23 August Maple Leaf Cricket Club, King City Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Kenya and Canada also will play an Intercontinental Cup match. See main article.

New Zealand in Sri Lanka[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
Test Series[12]
Test 1930 18–22 August Kumar Sangakkara Daniel Vettori Galle International Stadium, Galle  Sri Lanka by 202 runs
Test 1932 26–30 August Kumar Sangakkara Daniel Vettori SSC Ground, Colombo  Sri Lanka by 96 runs
T20I Series
T20I 120 2 September Kumar Sangakkara Daniel Vettori R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  New Zealand by 3 runs
T20I 121 4 September Kumar Sangakkara Daniel Vettori R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  New Zealand by 22 runs

Sri Lanka, New Zealand, and India will play in a tri-series during this time.

In the T20I No. 120 Jacob Oram took the second hat-trick in Twenty20 International[13]

Afghanistan in Zimbabwe[edit]

Afghanistan and Zimbabwe XI played an Intercontinental Cup match. See main article.

Ireland in Scotland[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series
ODI 2876 22 August William Porterfield Gavin Hamilton Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Ireland won by 96 runs
ODI 2877a 23 August Mannofield Park, Aberdeen Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Ireland and Scotland also played an Intercontinental Cup match. See main article.

England in Ireland[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series[14]
ODI 2878 27 August William Porterfield Paul Collingwood Civil Service Cricket Club, Belfast  England by 2 runs (D/L)

Australia in Scotland[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series
ODI 2879 28 August Gavin Hamilton Michael Clarke Raeburn Place, Edinburgh  Australia by 189 runs

Afghanistan in the Netherlands[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI series
ODI 2880 30 August Jeroen Smits Nowroz Mangal VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen  Netherlands win by 8 runs
ODI 2881 1 September Jeroen Smits Nowroz Mangal VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen  Afghanistan won by 6 wickets

Afghanistan and the Netherlands also played an Intercontinental Cup match. See main article.

ICC World Cricket League Division Six[edit]

Group stage[edit]

The 2009 ICC World Cricket League Division Six will be held in August and September 2009 in Singapore. The two leading teams of the tournament will be promoted to Division Five in 2010.

Team Pld W L T NR Pts NRR
 Singapore 5 5 0 0 0 10 +1.045
 Bahrain 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.909
 Malaysia 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.467
 Guernsey 5 2 3 0 0 4 −0.326
 Botswana 5 1 4 0 0 2 −0.250
 Norway 5 1 4 0 0 2 −1.746

     Team qualifies for 2010 Division Five
     Team remains in 2011 Division Six
     Team is relegated to 2011 Division Seven

Group Stage
Match No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
1st match 29 August  Botswana Omar Ali  Norway Zaheer Ashiq Kallang, Central Region, Singapore  Norway by 19 runs
2nd match 29 August  Singapore Chetan Suryawanshi  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost The Padang, Central Region, Singapore  Singapore by 7 wickets
3rd match 29 August  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Malaysia Suhan Alagaratnam Indian Association, Central Region, Singapore  Bahrain by 2 runs
4th match 30 August  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost Kallang, Central Region, Singapore Match abandoned without a ball bowled
5th match 30 August  Malaysia Suhan Alagaratnam  Norway Zaheer Ashiq The Padang, Central Region, Singapore Match abandoned without a ball bowled
6th match 30 August  Botswana Omar Ali  Singapore Indian Association, Central Region, Singapore Match abandoned without a ball bowled
4th Match(R) 31 August  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost Kallang, Central Region, Singapore  Bahrain by 62 runs
5th match(R) 31 August  Malaysia Suhan Alagaratnam  Norway Zaheer Ashiq The Padang, Central Region, Singapore  Malaysia by 9 wickets
6th match(R) 31 August  Botswana Omar Ali  Singapore Chetan Suryawanshi Indian Association, Central Region, Singapore  Singapore by 55 runs
7th match 1 September  Botswana Omar Ali  Malaysia Suhan Alagaratnam Kallang, Central Region, Singapore No result
8th match 1 September  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Singapore Chetan Suryawanshi The Padang, Central Region, Singapore  Singapore by 7 wickets (D/L)
9th match 1 September  Norway Zaheer Ashiq  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost Indian Association, Central Region, Singapore No result
10th match 2 September  Norway Zaheer Ashiq  Singapore Chetan Suryawanshi Kallang, Central Region, Singapore  Singapore by 8 wickets
11th match 2 September  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Botswana Omar Ali The Padang, Central Region, Singapore  Botswana by 69 runs
12th match 2 September  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost  Malaysia Suhan Alagaratnam Indian Association, Central Region, Singapore  Malaysia by 4 wickets
7th match(R) 3 September  Botswana Omar Ali  Malaysia Suhan Alagaratnam Kallang, Central Region, Singapore  Malaysia by 8 wickets
9th match(R) 3 September  Norway Zaheer Ashiq  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost Indian Association, Central Region, Singapore  Guernsey by 47 runs
13th match 4 September  Malaysia Suhan Alagaratnam  Singapore Chetan Suyawanshi Kallang, Central Region, Singapore  Singapore by 4 wickets
14th match 4 September  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost  Botswana Omar Ali The Padang, Central Region, Singapore  Guernsey by 25 runs
15th match 4 September  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq  Norway Zaheer Ashiq Indian Association, Central Region, Singapore  Bahrain by 232 runs
  • (R)-replayed

Finals and Play-offs[edit]

Match No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
Final 5 September  Singapore Chetan Suryawanshi  Bahrain Yaser Sadeq Kallang, Central Region, Singapore  Singapore by 68 runs
3rd Place Playoff 5 September  Malaysia Suhan Alagaratnam  Guernsey Stuart Le Prevost The Padang, Central Region, Singapore  Guernsey by 2 runs
5th Place Playoff 5 September  Botswana Omar Ali  Norway Zaheer Ashiq Indian Association, Central Region, Singapore  Botswana by 23 runs

Season summary[edit]

Result Summary[edit]

Test[15] ODI[16] T20I[17]
Matches Wins Loss Draw Tied Matches Wins Loss Tied No result Matches Wins Loss Tied No result
 Australia 5 1 2 2 0 6 4 2 0 0 4 0 3 0 1
 Bangladesh 2 2 0 0 0 8 7 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 0
 England 7 4 1 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 6 2 3 0 1
 India No Matches 4 2 1 0 1 5 2 3 0 0
 New Zealand 2 0 2 0 0 No Matches 6 3 3 0 0
 Pakistan 3 0 2 1 0 10 4 6 0 0 9 7 2 0 0
 South Africa No Matches No Matches 6 5 1 0 0
 Sri Lanka 5 4 0 1 0 5 3 2 0 0 9 6 3 0 0
 West Indies 4 0 4 0 0 9 1 7 0 1 7 4 3 0 0
First-class ODI[16] T20I[17]
 Zimbabwe 1 0 0 1 0 5 1 4 0 0 No Matches
 Afghanistan 2 1 0 1 0 3 2 1 0 0 No Matches
 Bermuda 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 No Matches
 Canada 3 0 0 1 0 8 3 4 0 1 No Matches
 Ireland 2 0 0 2 0 8 7 1 0 0 5 1 4 0 0
 Kenya 2 1 0 1 0 7 1 6 0 0 No Matches
 Netherlands 1 0 0 1 0 6 5 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0
 Scotland 2 1 1 0 0 7 1 6 0 0 2 0 2 0 0
 Uganda 1 1 0 0 0 No ODI Status No T20I Status

Stats Leaders[edit]

Test[edit]

ODI[edit]

T20I[edit]

Milestones[edit]

ODI[edit]

Test[edit]

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