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Why India can't get enough of Twenty20 cricket

Cricket's World Twenty20 reaches its climax in India on Sunday, with West Indies meeting England in the men's final after beating the hosts in the semi-finals.

The conclusion of the women's competition also sees the team from the Caribbean islands vying for the title, as they take on Australia.

Twenty20 has transformed the sport around the globe since its introduction over a decade ago.

Nowhere is this more so than in India where the country has its own annual tournament, the Indian Premier League (IPL) which commands huge audiences and salaries.

But what is it about the game that appeals to the Indian audience? BBC News went to find out more.

Video journalist: Dan Curtis

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