HindustanTimes Fri,28 Aug 2015

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Board links CT participation to resolving Siva issue

The Board of Control for Cricket in India is not averse to use bullying tactics, but are unlikely to go as far as jeopardise the Champions Trophy over the ICC Cricket Committee controversy.

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.

Fear of MCOCA keeps bookies off Champions Trophy

After the police slapped Mcoca  on players and bookies charged with spot-fixing in the T20 league, major bookies stayed away from circulating betting rates for the Champions Trophy. Manish Pachouly reports.

The English prevail in 'Mini Ashes' tie

Ian Bell cracked a responsible 91 and James Anderson scalped three wickets as England dished out a disciplined allround performance to notch up a convincing 48-run victory over Australia in their Group A match of the Champions Trophy in Birmingham today. Scorecard

Indian food may be Bangladeshi!

The Asia House near the Earl’s Court tube station promises sumptuous Indian fare. As one stepped inside one could hear the waiters talk in a distinct vernacular, it wasn’t Punjabi or Tamil though. It was Bangla! Rohit Bhaskar reports.

The day Indian cricket found its voice

Today, Indian cricket is identified by the wealth of its Board, but it was Kapil's Devils who gave the belief to officials. HT looks back at the 1983 World Cup semifinal that gave Indian cricket wings and its sporting identity. Sanjjeev K Samyal reports.

England look to buck cricket luck with red

A study in a popular science journal concurred that teams wearing a red kit have the best odds of victory. Will it work for an England team that has lost all four ICC finals it has competed in? Rohit Bhaskar reports.

Triumph against odds, like another team in blue

When Virat Kohli broke into a jig Gangnam style, it evoked memories of two other triumphs against seriously long odds by a team that also wears blue. A team known as Azzurri (plural of azzurro or light blue). Dhiman Sarkar reports.




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