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England recall Bopara, Bresnan from Champions Trophy squad

England have recalled batsman Ravi Bopara and fast bowler Tim Bresnan for the one-day series against New Zealand and next month's Champions Trophy on home soil, the England and Wales Cricket Board said today.

Dwayne Bravo leads Windies at Champions Trophy

All-rounder Dwayne Bravo was named as West Indies captain for next month's Champions Trophy, replacing Darren Sammy who stays in charge of the Test and Twenty 20 squads.

Brighter side of not being in T20, Pak fresh for CT: Misbah

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq feels missing the T20 match could be a blessing in disguise for his team's players as they would enter the upcoming Champions Trophy relatively fresh compared to those who are participating in the tournament.

ICC pulls out umpire Rauf from Champions Trophy

The spot-fixing saga in the ongoing T20 today took a dramatic turn with ICC withdrawing controversal Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf from the panel of match officials for the upcoming Champions Trophy in England as his role in the scandal is being investigated by Mumbai police.

‘Gagged’ Bailey fares better than Dhoni

If you're MS Dhoni, you sit mutely, gagged by your own board. If you're George Bailey, you don't say much, but you say enough. You even throw in a few jokes. Rohit Bhaskar reports.

Everything seems to be in the right place

Following some forgettable outings, fresh faces have given India a settled look. Rohit Bhaskar reports.

40 years later, Boycs still berating me over run out

Forty summers ago, England opener Dennis Amiss declined a second run that his opening partner Geoff Boycott, often the cause of his partners being run out, called. Both batsmen were at the same end.  Boycott was back in the pavilion for 1, Amiss went on hit a hundred that ensured an England victory.

Not just players, administrators must also be made accountable

Thanks to some commanding performances, India have firmly entrenched themselves as favourites to win the Champions Trophy. While the seam bowling has been a pleasant surprise, it’s India’s powerful batting line-up that has made them the envy of everyone.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar keeps it simple and swinging

Into his first year in international cricket, the seamer has shown versatility. Swing bowling is a complex science and not an absolute one. The basics are simple enough. Rohit Bhaskar writes.

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fixtures

Match Date Time Match Details Venue
1st 06-06-2013 3:15PM IND vs SA Cardiff
2nd 07-06-2013 3:15PM WI vs PAK London
3rd 08-06-2013 3:15PM ENG vs AUS Birmingham
4th 09-06-2013 3:15PM SL vs NZ Cardiff
5th 10-06-2013 6:30PM PAK vs SA Birmingham
6th 11-06-2013 3:15PM IND vs WI London
7th 12-06-2013 6:30PM AUS vs NZ Birmingham
8th 13-06-2013 6:30PM ENG vs SL London
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