The T20i pages are dedicated to international T20 cricket including the World Cup and carry a wide range of statistics and records for all the major teams across the globe.

T20i head to head

Development is currently underway to provide head to head player statistics for all squads featuring in the T20 World Cup that we hope will be able to take place later in 2021 possibly in India or elsewhere. In the meantime, these pages will be continually updated with the T20i matches that take place in the run-up to that tournament.

On the links below you’ll find everything you need to know about any T20 player, team or stadium ranging from player statistics by venue to records and pitch reports at every stadium in use for T20 internationals as well as head to head records for all the major teams.

T20 player statistics

This part of the site and database behind it is still in development and we hope to launch it in late June/early July 2021. Once released it will include T20 head to head player stats and player records by venue.

T20 stadium records and pitch reports

Get an insight into the venue of any T20i match including statistics on the average first innings score, average winning score and preference of teams to bat first or chase. Our stadium reports also give a pitch report and details such a boundary length alongside records such as highest and lowest score and best performance by a batsman and bowler at each ground.

T20 team head to head records

View head to head records for all major international teams in T20 cricket including their leading run-scorers and wicket-takers and how the venue and toss can impact the outcome of matches

International team head to head T20 records

T20 player and team records

Coming soon – a variety of articles on T20 records set by international teams and platers including records from the T20 World Cup

T20 World Cup 2021 statistics

Get ready for our usual range of statistics on phases of the game including the powerplay and death overs and much much more all of which will be launched during the T20 World Cup 2021.

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