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New South Wale Blues win by 35 runs

Chasing the target of 131 set by New South Wales Blues, Sussex Sharks lost the match by 35 runs in the Champions League at the Ferozeshah Kotla. Deepika Sharma reports.

Viru-lent attack wilts Wayamba, helps DD win

Delhi Daredevils revived their chances in the Champions League with an imposing 50-run win over the Wayamba Elevens. Deepika Sharma reports. Podcastaudio

IPL teams will come back stronger: Katich

New South Wales captain Simon Katich is surprised by the dismal start that IPL teams have made to the Champions League but reckons that Indian teams will bounce back soon in the ongoing Twenty20 event.

It’s perform or perish for Bangalore and Otago

Royal Challengers Bangalore have lost their first Champions League match to the Cape Cobras, and are now faced with a must-win situation against Otago Volts. Bivabasu Kumar reports. FULL COVERAGE

Jacques lowers Volt-age

Jacques Kallis smashed a breezy unbeaten 73 and took three wickets to steer Royal Challengers Bangalore to Super Eight stage of the Champions League as the Indian side trounced Otago Volts by 80 runs. Bivabasu Kumar reports. Podcastaudio

Bravo! Deadly T & T blow Somerset away in style

Dwayne Bravo starred with a four-wicket haul as Trinidad & Tobago thrashed Somerset by 44 runs in a group A match to begin their Champions League campaign on a high note in Bangalore on Monday. Bivabasu Kumar reports.

Blizzard hopes to live up to his name vs Wayamba

Blizzard will get a chance to get among the runs when Victoria play their second group against Wayamba Elevens on Tuesday. Deepika Sharma reports.

Wayamba beat Victoria by 15 runs

Chasing a target of 119 set by Wayamba Elevens, Victoria Bushrangeres lost the match by 15 runs in their Champions League match at the Ferozeshah Kotla, reports Deepika Sharma.

Eagles win a thriller against Sussex

Diamond Eagles defeated Sussex Sharks in a pulsating Super Over contest and joined New South Wales from Group B in the Super Eight stage of the Champions League Twenty20 cricket tournament, reports Deepika Sharma.

Ready for the backlash, says Ganga

It doesn't take long to figure out that Trinidad & Tobago mean business. Business the way they do in the Caribbean anyway.

Chargers hope to break home hoodoo

Chargers would definitely hope the trend stays true as they look to wrap up the group contests, and keep their place in the league of champions.

Chargers lose their way at home, again

Reigning IPL Champions Deccan Chargers crashed out of the Champions League after suffering a narrow three-run defeat against Trinidad and Tobago in their do-or-die Group A match in Hyderabad on Wednesday, reports Deepti Patwardhan. Listen to podcast audio

Victoria brace up for a Royal challenge

From Thursday, it will be a battle of the Super Eights in the Champions League Twenty20, and beginning the proceedings will be IPL-II runners-up Royal Challengers Bangalore and KFC T20 Big Bash runners-up Victoria Bushrangers from Australia, reports Bivabasu Kumar.

Little challenge to Victoria's victory march

A dominant Victoria Bushrangers put one foot in the semifinals of the Champions League Twenty20 after crushing local favourites Royal Challengers Bangalore by seven wickets in Thursday's League B encounter, reports Bivabasu Kumar. Listen to podcast audio

Tourists test fortune in tricky Uppal ground

Hyderabad, or more precisely the Uppal stadium, has been the unluckiest of venues for the home team Deccan Chargers. But four other sides will be ready to test their fortune, and their fortitude, when they kick-start their Super Eight campaign of the Champions League in the city on Friday, reports Deepti Patwardhan.
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