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ICC Champions Trophy 2013

ICC Champions Trophy 2013

The Champions trophy 2013, the last and finaledition, is scheduled to becommenced on Jun 6 2013.  The event will be hosted by England and Wales. England will become the first and only country to host the Champions Trophy twice.


Top eight teams in the ICC ODI rankings will compete in the tournament, which will be held for the last time as the ICC intends to dissolve the Champions Trophy with the forth coming 2013 series and to introduce a new version viz ICC World Test Championship and its 2nd biggest cricket one-day tournament and only next to Cricket World Cup. It will be the 7th mini world cricket series.

ICC Champions Trophy Winners : India

The 2013 ICC Champions Trophy will be contested by 8 Test teams which have been 'seeded' and divided into two groups are A and B.


Group A: Australia, England, New Zealand, Sri Lanka
Group B: India, Pakistan, South Africa, West Indies

Venue  England
Dates  6 June 2012 – 23 June 2013

 

Final

23-Jun
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
India England Match 15
129/9 in 20 Overs
Kohli 43(34)
Bopara 3/20(4)
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  125/8(20 Overs)
Morgan 33(30)
Ashwin 2/13
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India Won by 5 Runs

 

Knockout stage

Semi-finals

19-Jun
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
South Africa England England won by 7 Wickets
175 All Out
Miller 56(51)*
Tredwell 3/19(7)
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179/3(37.3 Overs)
Trott 82(84)*
Root 48(71)
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The Oval, London
         
20-Jun
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Sri Lanka India India Won by 8 Wickets
181/8(50 Overs)
Mathews 51(89)
I Sharma 3/33(9)
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  182/2(35 Overs)
Dhawan 68(92)
Kohli 58(64)
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Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

 

Group stage

Group A

Team  Pld  NR  NRR  Pts
England 3 2 1 0 1 +0.348 4
Sri Lanka 3 2 1 0 0 -0.967 4
New Zealand 3 1 1 0 1 +0.777 3
Australia  3 0 2 0 1 -0..960 1

 

8-Jun England   Australia England won by 48 runs
269/6 in 50 Overs
Bell 91
Bopara 46
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221/9 in 50 Overs
JM Anderson 3/30(10)
James Faulkner 54
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Edgbaston, Birmingham
9-Jun Sri Lanka   New Zealand New Zealand Won by 1 Wicket
138 All Out
Sangakkara 68(87)
McClenaghan 4/43(8.5)
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139/9(36.3 Overs)
N Mccullum 32(42)
Malinga 4/34(10)
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Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
12 June (D/N) Australia   New Zealand Match abandoned due to Rain
243/8 in 50 Overs
Bailey 55
AC Voges 71
51/2 in 15 Overs Edgbaston, Birmingham
13 June (D/N) England   Sri Lanka Sri Lnka Won by 7 Wickets
293/7(50 Overs)
Root 68(55)
Herath 2/46(10)
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297/3(47 Overs)
Sangakkara 134*
Kulasekara 58*
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The Oval, London
16-Jun England   New Zealand England Won by 10 Runs
169 All Out (24 Overs)
Cook 64(47)
Mills 4/30(4.3)
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159/8 (24 Overs)
Williamson 67
Anderson 3/32
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Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
17 June (D/N)  Sri Lanka Australia  Sri Lanka Won by 20 Runs
253/8(50 Overs)
Jayawardena 84(81)*
Jhonson 3/48(10)
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233 All Out
Voges 49
Kulasekara 3/39(7)
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The Oval, London

 

Group B

Team  Pld  NR  NRR  Pts
India  3 3 0 0 0 +0.830 6
South Africa  3 1 1 1 0 0.410 3
West Indies 3 1 1 1 0 -0.086 3
Pakistan 3 0 3 0 0 -1.108 0

 

6-Jun India   South Africa Match 1
331/7 in 50 Overs
Dhawan 114
Sharma 65
McLaren 3/70(10)
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305 All Out(50 Overs)
McLaren 71(61)*
AB de Villiers 71(71)
Jadeja 2/31(9)
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India Won by 26 Runs
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
7-Jun Pakistan   West Indies WI won by 2 Wickets
170/10 in 48 Overs
Misbah-ul-Haq 96*
Roach 28/3
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172/8 in 40 Overs
Gayle 39
M Irfan 3/30
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The Oval, London
10-Jun(D/N)  South Africa Pakistan  SA Won by 67 Runs
234/9(50)
Amla 81(97)
Hafeez 1/38(10)
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167/10 (45 Overs)
Misbah-ul-Haq 55
R McLaren 4/19
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Edgbaston, Birmingham
11-Jun West Indies   India India Won by 8 Wickets
233/9 in 50 overs
J Charles 60
Sammy 56(35)
Jadeja 5/36(10)
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236/2(39.1 Overs)
S Dhawan 102(107)*
Rohit Sharma 52(56)
Karthik 51(54)*
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The Oval, London
14-Jun South Africa   West Indies Match Tied (D/L)
230/6(31 Overs)
Ingram 73(63)
Bravo 2/43
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190/6(26.1 Overs)
Samuels 48(38)
Steyn 2/33
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Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
   
15 June Pakistan India  India Won by 8 Wickets(D/L)
165 All Out
Asad Shafiq 41(57)
B Kumar 2/19(8)
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102/2(19.1 Overs)
S Dhawan 48(41)
Riaz 1/20(4)
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Edgbaston, Birmingham

Cardiff, Edgbaston and The Oval will host group matches and semi finals of the series. Edgbaston is also the venue for the final.
Two other big draws in the group stages are India versus Pakistan on June 15, and Australia playing New Zealand on June 12, both at Edgbaston.
The arch rivals India and Pakistan are inthe same pool. World Cup champions India will clash with Pakistan at Edgbaston in Birmingham after facing South Africa in their inaugural match of group 'B' on June 6 in Cardiff. Hosts England, will kick off their campaign against defending champions Australia at Edgbaston on June 8.
"This will be an incredible opportunity for fans to see the world's very best one-day sides in action over the space of less than three weeks and the fixture schedule has thrown up a host of exciting head-to-head contests," Steve Elworthy, the tournament director, said. "The format means every match counts and all eight teams will feel that they are capable of winning the tournament in a competition which is set to be one of the highlights of the 2013 summer."
This prestigious tournament first played in 1998, has generally happened every two years, to filling the "gap" between World Cups executed every four years.
The tournament does not appear in the Future Tournament Programme after 2013, as the ICCis  going ahead with the itinerary having one championship for each of the game's three formats from 2015.

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