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Champions Trophy 2006

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woosaah

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Sat 7 1st Qualifying Match - Bangladesh v Sri Lanka
Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh

Sun 8 2nd Qualifying Match - West Indies v Zimbabwe
Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad

Tue 10 3rd Qualifying Match - Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe
Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad

Wed 11 4th Qualifying Match - Bangladesh v West Indies
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

Fri 13 5th Qualifying Match - Bangladesh v Zimbabwe
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

Sat 14 6th Qualifying Match - Sri Lanka v West Indies
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

Sun 15 1st Match - India v England
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

Mon 16 2nd Match - New Zealand v South Africa
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

Tue 17 3rd Match - Pakistan v TBC
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

Q1 qualifier
Wed 18 4th Match - Australia v TBC
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

Q2 qualifier
Fri 20 5th Match - New Zealand v TBC
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

Q1 qualifier
Sat 21 6th Match - Australia v England
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

Tue 24 7th Match - South Africa v TBC
Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad

Q1 qualifier
Wed 25 8th Match - New Zealand v Pakistan
Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh

Thu 26 9th Match - India v TBC
Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad

Q2 qualifier
Fri 27 10th Match - Pakistan v South Africa
Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh

Sat 28 11th Match - England v TBC
Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad

Q2 qualifier
Sun 29 12th Match - India v Australia
Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh

November 2006
Wed 1 1st Semi Final - TBC v TBC
Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh

Thu 2 2nd Semi Final - TBC v TBC
Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur

Sun 5 Final - TBC v TBC
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
 
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woosaah

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Squads

Australia
1. RT Ponting (captain)
2. NW Bracken
3. SR Clark
4. MJ Clarke
5. AC Gilchrist (wicket-keeper)
6. GB Hogg
7. MEK Hussey
8. MG Johnson
9. SM Katich
10. B Lee
11. GD McGrath
12. DR Martyn
13. A Symonds
14. SR Watson

bangladesh
1. Habibul Bashar (captain)
2. Shahriar Nafees (vice-captain)
3. Abdur Razzak
4. Aftab Ahmed
5. Farhad Reza
6. Khaled Mashud (wicket-keeper)
7. Mashrafe Mortaza
8. Mehrab Hossain jnr
9. Mohammad Ashraful
10. Mohammad Rafique
11. Rajin Saleh
12. Saqibul Hasan
13. Shahadat Hossain
14. Syed Rasel

england
1. Andrew Flintoff (capt)
2. James Anderson
3. Ian Bell
4. Rikki Clarke
5. Paul Collingwood
6. Jamie Dalrymple
7. Stephen Harmison
8. Ed Joyce
9. Sajid Mahmood
10. Jon Lewis
11. Kevin Pietersen
12. Chris Read (wicket-keeper)
13. Andrew Strauss
14. Michael Yardy.



India
1. R Dravid (captain)
2. AB Agarkar
3. MS Dhoni (wicket-keeper)
4. Harbhajan Singh
5. M Kaif
6. D Mongia
7. MM Patel
8. IK Pathan
9. RR Powar
10. SK Raina
11. V Sehwag
12. RP Singh
13. SR Tendulkar
14. Yuvraj Singh

New Zealand
1. SP Fleming (captain)
2. NJ Astle
3. SE Bond
4. JEC Franklin
5. PG Fulton
6. MR Gillespie
7. BB McCullum (wicket-keeper)
8. HJH Marshall
9. KD Mills
10. JDP Oram
11. JS Patel
12. SB Styris
13. DL Vettori
14. L Vincent

Pakistan
1. Inzamam-ul-Haq (captain)
2. Abdul Razzaq
3. Iftikhar Anjum
4. Imran Farhat
5. Kamran Akmal (wicket-keeper)
6. Mohammad Asif
7. Mohammad Hafeez
8. Mohammad Yousuf
9. Naved-ul-Hasan
10. Shahid Afridi
11. Shoaib Akhtar
12. Shoaib Malik
13. Umar Gul
14. Younis Khan

South Africa
1. GC Smith (captain)
2. JH Kallis (vice-captain)
3. AJ Hall
4. LL Bosman
5. MV Boucher (wicket-keeper)
6. AB de Villiers
7. HH Dippenaar
8. HH Gibbs
9. JM Kemp
10. CK Langeveldt
11. A Nel
12. M Ntini
13. RJ Peterson
14. SM Pollock

Sri Lanka
1. DPMD Jayawardene (captain)
2. MS Atapattu
3. CM Bandara
4. TM Dilshan
5. CRD Fernando
6. ST Jayasuriya
7. CK Kapugedera
8. MF Maharoof
9. SL Malinga
10. M Muralitharan
11. PDRL Perera
12. KC Sangakkara (wicket-keeper)
13. WU Tharanga
14. WPUJC Vaas

West Indies
1. BC Lara (captain)
2. RR Sarwan (vice-captain)
3. CS Baugh (wicket-keeper)
4. IDR Bradshaw
5. DJ Bravo
6. S Chanderpaul
7. CD Collymore
8. FH Edwards
9. CH Gayle
10. WW Hinds
11. RS Morton
12. MN Samuels
13. DR Smith
14. JE Taylor

Zimbabwe
1. P Utseya (captain)
2. CJ Chibhabha
3. E Chigumbura
4. T Duffin
5. AJ Ireland
6. T Kamungozi
7. H Masakadza
8. S Matsikenyeri
9. T Mupariwa
10. EC Rainsford
11. HP Rinke
12. V Sibanda
13. GM Strydom
14. BRM Taylor (wicket-keeper)
 
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An Tarbh

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Bit of a strange build up for Pakistan with Shaharyar Khan resigning as head of the PCB, along with the issues over the captaincy with Mohammad Yousuf and Younis Khan. I'd say South Africa and New Zealand are licking their lips at this mess.
 
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An Tarbh

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Younis Khan has now been reinstated as Pakistan skipper according to cricinfo, looks like Shaharyar Khan resigning cleared the way for all this. This buildup can't be helping Pakistan whatsoever.
 
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Gulli

Guest
glad to hear that might give us a bit more of a chance, not that we are going to win cos we currently suck ass at ODI's :(

i reckon SA will win it, their bowling isnt great but they have a knack for smashing massive totals, between them and Aus in the final
 
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An Tarbh

Guest
well they are in the other side of the draw from England so the chances of England even making it to the knock out stages are pretty slim given the opposition.
 
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An Tarbh

Guest
Reasonably easy for Sri Lanka yesterday against Bangladesh, Thuranga's century was the big difference between the teams, plenty of partnerships for Sri Lanka, they might have an outside chance of going a long way in this tournament.

Not so for Zimbabwe currently struggling big time against the Windies, already 58-7 after only 19 overs, Zimbabwe though have been the architect of their own downfall, poor running between the wickets and plenty of aimless shots. Cake walk for Lara and his team at the moment.
 
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woosaah

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ok i thought for all the cricket fans out there i would try get this thread going again with some results.

3 out of the 6 qualifying games have been completed with Sri Lanka winning two and Thuranga picking up two quality centuries. Though saying this they were against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh so not to much can be read into that. West Indis had a big win against Zimbabwe and will no doubt come back and wipe the flour with the bangladeshis tonight. so both Sri Lanka and the West Indies will play on sat night to see who goes into which pool.

the trophy is just ramping up people :)
 
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An Tarbh

Guest
first decent clash coming up between West Indies and Sri Lanka as well, unlike the mistmatches we've seen so far.
 
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esoj

Guest
cricket season yay.

this should be a good comp. I don't think the black caps can win it but who knows in a comp like this.

anyway a great start to the cricket season for the blackcaps with sri lanka and the world series followed by the chapell hadlee series and then finally the world cup.
 
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An Tarbh

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Sri Lanka are certainly looking the business so far in this tournament. Easily accounting for the Windies yesterday by 9 wickets and getting into the comparatively easier group. They're more than capable of matching any team in this tournament.

Not so England by the looks of it, currently struggling against India, at 27-4 after 12 overs, cracking run rate!!!
 
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dobrien7

Guest
Indians at home will be tough, but then that crazy fanatical crowd may expect too much of them.

Looking forward to NZ v SA tomorrow, although coverage starts at 9.30pm, so will probably only see first innings...
 
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An Tarbh

Guest
Tough break alright, at least for us it's a good time though, with them all being day nighters there's no 4am starts like there were for the India England ODI series.

Might be a bit early to call and maybe the Sri Lankan's form in the prelims might be misleading but you'd think it'd be a big uphill struggle for the loser of tomorow's game to qualify
 
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woosaah

Guest
damn bond is out for the first game.

i dont know exactly whats wrong but it was stiffness in his back. which isnt good
 
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esoj

Guest
well the pitch the black caps are playing on is the one right next to the one where the windies and sri lanka played which was low scoring. also losing bond on the eve of the match won't help but a slower pitch might play into the blackcaps hands. I will defintely watch all the way through hopefully it will be worth it

this from tvnz
The day-night match is to be played on a wicket next to the low-playing one on which West Indies were skittled out for 80 by Sri Lanka on Saturday.

"The pitch that we saw yesterday brings the Styris, Astles, the spinners into play. We have some resources to rely on and we think we can explore those in these conditions."
 
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Kimmy_The_Kiwi

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w00t, so excited :D I'm really gutted about Bond though, was so looking forward to him tearing up tonight!!!!!!!!!!
 

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