Team 1 Team 2 Num Wkts Winner Ground Match Date Scorecard
West Indies Ireland 17 19 West Indies Providence 30 Apr 2010 T20I # 152
England Australia 16 18 England Southampton 13 Jun 2005 T20I # 2
New Zealand Pakistan 15 17 Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 12 Nov 2009 T20I # 122
Ireland P.N.G. 15 18 P.N.G. Townsville 9 Feb 2016 T20I # 495
Australia West Indies 14 16 Australia Hobart 21 Feb 2010 T20I # 146
New Zealand England 14 16 England Auckland 9 Feb 2013 T20I # 301
New Zealand Pakistan 14 18 Pakistan Auckland 15 Jan 2016 T20I # 478
Hong Kong Scotland 14 19 Scotland Mong Kok 31 Jan 2016 T20I # 488
Australia Bangladesh 13 17 Australia Bridgetown 5 May 2010 T20I # 161
West Indies India 13 15 West Indies Bridgetown 9 May 2010 T20I # 169
West Indies Australia 13 19 West Indies Bridgetown 30 Mar 2012 T20I # 243
South Africa Pakistan 13 17 Pakistan Centurion 3 Mar 2013 T20I # 306
West Indies Pakistan 13 16 Pakistan Kingstown 28 Jul 2013 T20I # 322
New Zealand West Indies 13 13 New Zealand Auckland 11 Jan 2014 T20I # 352
Netherlands South Africa 13 19 South Africa Chittagong 27 Mar 2014 T20I # 386
South Africa New Zealand 13 15 New Zealand Centurion 16 Aug 2015 T20I # 452
South Africa England 13 15 South Africa Cape Town 19 Feb 2016 T20I # 503
Sri Lanka U.A.E. 13 17 Sri Lanka Dhaka 25 Feb 2016 T20I # 510
England West Indies 13 15 West Indies Kolkata 3 Apr 2016 T20I # 557

Records include the following recent matches:
England v West Indies at Kolkata, World T20 final, Apr 3, 2016 [T20I # 557]
India v West Indies at Mumbai, World T20 2nd semi final, Mar 31, 2016 [T20I # 556]
England v New Zealand at Delhi, World T20 1st semi final, Mar 30, 2016 [T20I # 555]

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