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For Team India, no more tribulations on the field

In England, the rain is never far away. The clouds almost always have a greyish hue. As a consequence, the covers are always placed behind the boundary ropes. Rohit Bhaskar reports.

Alcohol the Root of David Warner’s problems

Australia dropped David Warner from its Champions Trophy match against New Zealand on Wednesday for attacking England’s Joe Root in a bar early on Monday.

SL seek revival vs England in crucial game

Sri Lanka will look for a vastly improved batting performance against hosts England on Thursday as they try to stay afloat in the Champions Trophy.

CA seek professional help for Warner: report

Cricket Australia is seeking professional advice on what the organisation believes is troubled batsman David  Warner's drinking problem, a report said today.

I am still learning, have a long way to go: Bhuvneshwar

Against Pakistan on Saturday, pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked up his maiden Man of the Match trophy after picking up the crucial wickets of Nasir Jamshed and Mohammed Hafeez in eight back-to-back overs.

Australian hopes hang by a thread as they take on Sri Lanka

Defending champions Australia will have to put David Warner's bar brawl controversy and questions surrounding their team culture behind them when they take on Sri Lanka in their final league fixture today.

Spot in Australian Ashes team gets tougher for Warner

David Warner has risked his place in Australia’s Ashes team after his late night bar-room fracas with England player Joe Root, captain Michael Clarke said today.

'Don't write the Aussies off just yet'

Australia's chairman of selectors has told England now is not the time to dismiss his side's chances of regaining the Ashes, despite the controversy currently engulfing the tourists.

On our day, we can beat any team: Angelo Mathews

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews exuded confidence as he stated that his team is physically and mentally ready for the challenge that will be posed a by formidable a Indian side led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the semi-final of the ICC Champions Trophy.

Cook says England can win Champions Trophy 'without a doubt'

England captain Alastair Cook has said that he is confident that his team can win the ICC Champions Trophy 'without a doubt', after their seven-wicket victory against South Africa brought them into the finals of the eight-nation tournament.

India favourites but we are keen to set record straight: Cook

England captain Alastair Cook reckons that India will start as favourites in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy tomorrow but said his team will be raring to set the record straight by winning their first world ODI title in all these years.

Gower bats for CT, not for Test Championship

Former England captain David Gower has called on the International Cricket Council to scrap plans for replacing the Champions Trophy one-day tournament with a World Test Championship.

Bell's dismissal a poor umpiring decision: Cook

England captain Alastair Cook said Ian Bell's dismissal in the ninth over was a poor umpiring decision which finally proved to be the turning point of the match for the hosts.

Rs 1 cr each for Champions Trophy winners

The BCCI today announced monetary incentives for the members of the Indian cricket team including the support staff for winning the ICC Champions Trophy.

For British media India was the best team, deserved winners

British media today lauded India for claiming the Champions Trophy, describing Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men as the most "vibrant" side and "deserved" winners of the prestigious title.
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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