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International Cricket Council - ICC World Twenty20 2010 app is available now!

The International Cricket Council - ICC World Twenty20 2010 cricket application, with its astounding user friendly interface, Live Scores, Audio Commentary, Schedule, News delivers the best cricket experience ever for your Android phones, even for the most demanding fans.

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