All set for the World Twenty20
Yuvraj Singh hitting six sixes in an over, Zimbabwe's shock victory over Australia, the bowl-out between India and Pakistan, Chris Gayle's blistering 117 off 57 balls and Misbah-ul-Haq's dramatic last-over dismissal in the final - just a few of the highlights from the hugely successful inaugural ICC World Twenty20 held two years ago in South Africa.
Now the tournament is back and its happening right here! The most exciting cricketers in the world are arriving in the UK ready to compete in the second World Twenty20 - and you will be able to follow all the action on the BBC.
We will be providing ball-by-ball commentary on every match in the competition on BBC Radio, with games shared between Five Live, Five Live Sports Extra and Radio Four Long Wave (Ed's note: there will be live text commentaries on all the major matches on the BBC Sport website) - and every evening of the competition there will also be highlights on BBC Television.
This year, the world's top female cricketers will also be part of the action as theyu take part in the first ICC Women's World Twenty20, which runs alongside the men's event.
After their impressive World Cup victory in Australia earlier this year, Charlotte Edwards and her England team will start the tournament as firm favourites in what could be the second part of a amazing treble, with the Ashes to come later in the summer.
BBC Radio will have commentary on the semi-finals and final of the women's Twenty20 as well as coverage of England's group matches in Taunton.
Our team covering both competitions will be led by our cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew, who will be joined by the likes of Simon Hughes, Arlo White, Simon Mann, Mark Pougatch, Alison Mitchell and Kevin Howells, plus Tony Cozier, Glen Mitchell from ABC Radio and John Kenny for matches involving West Indies, Australia and Ireland.
Providing expert analysis will be a varied team from all over the world.
Former Australia fast bowler Geoff Lawson, who coached Pakistan to the final of the 2007 World Twenty20, will be with us throughout the tournament along with Indian legend Sunil Gavaskar, former West Indies Test star Ian Bishop and ex-New Zealand captain and TMS favourite Jeremy Coney.
One of cricket's great one-day innovators, Dermot Reeve, will be also be part of our team. Reeve was a member of the last England side to reach a world final in 1992 and has recently been working as a specialist Twenty20 coach for the New Zealand team.
We'll also be joined by England's most capped player Alec Stewart, the ever popular Phil Tufnell and the former England and Scotland all-rounder Dougie Brown.
Our coverage of the tournament gets under way with commentary on the warm-up matches between England and Scotland on 2 June and England and West Indies the following day. Both matches will be on Five Live Sports Extra from 1730.
Then on Friday 5 June make sure you join Jonathan Agnew and the team on Radio Four Long Wave and Five Live Sports Extra from 5.00pm for the opening ceremony and the first game of the tournament between England and the Netherlands - and watch the highlights on BBC 2 from 11.35pm.