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Cricket News November 2006

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Sourav Ganguly recalled for Test Series

Ten months after Sourav Ganguly was unceremoniously dropped from the national side, the former India captain was on Thursday included in the Test squad for South Africa.
Chairman of Selectors Dilip Vengsarkar said the Indian batting had failed in the one-dayers in South Africa and that is why "experienced players have been brought back". V V S Laxman, who was rushed to South Africa to replace an injured Rahul Dravid, was also named as vice captain of the Indian test team. Other players who have found a place in the Test squad include Delhi opener Gautam Gambhir and Punjab pacer V R V Singh. The first Test of the three-match series starts on December 15. India test team : Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, V V S Laxman, Wasim Jaffer, Gautam Gambhir, Virender Sehwag, M S Dhoni, Dinesh Karthick, Sachin Tendulkar, Irfan Pathan, Anil Kumble, Harbhajan Singh, Munaf Patel, Zaheer Khan, S Sreesanth

Fourth ODI @ St George's Park : Unbeatable 3-0 lead for South Africa

South Africa scored yet another emphatic victory, by 80 runs, over India in the fourth ODI at Port Elizabeth to take an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the series with one game to play. Herschelle Gibbs scored 93 to take South Africa to 243 and their bowlers triggered yet another Indian collapse, skitting them for a mere 163 in just 38.1 overs.
Veteran leg-spinner Anil Kumble was the pick of the bowlers with 2-42 of 10 overs. Zaheer Khan and Sreesanth turned in fine performances at either end of the innings but that was not enough to beat South Africa.Reported Earlier : South Africa captain Graeme Smith won the toss for the third match in a row and decided to bat against India. For India, Sehwag is the acting captain as Rahul Dravid is out because of a broken finger. Wasim Jaffer replaced him and they also dropped spinner Harbhajan Singh for the match in Port Elizabeth. India trail 2-0 after two crushing defeats. India XI : Jaffer, Verendra Sehwag (Captain), SR Tendulkar, M Kaif, KD Karthik, MS Dhoni, IK Pathan, AB Agarkar, Z Khan, A Kumble, S Sreesanth
South Africa XI : Graeme Smith (Captain), LL Bosman, JH Kallis, HH Gibbs, AB de Villiers, JM Kemp, MV Boucher, SM Pollock, AJ Hall, A Nel, M Ntini
Fourth one-day international, Port Elizabeth: South Africa 243-8 (50 overs) beat India 163 (38.1 overs) by 80 runs

India battling for survival in ODI series

India go into the fourth ODI against South Africa at Port Elizabeth on Wednesday with their fragile batting further crippled by the absence of captain Rahul Dravid. India Team (from) : Virender Sehwag (Captain), Sachin Tendulkar, V.V.S. Laxman, Mohammed Kaif, Wasim Jaffer, Dinesh Mongia, Suresh Raina, Dinesh Karthik, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (wicket-keeper), Anil Kumble, Ajit Agarkar, Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan, Zaheer Khan, Munaf Patel and Sreesanth
South Africa Team (from) : Graeme Smith (Captain), Jacques Kallis, Loots Bosman, Mark Boucher, A.B. de Villiers, Herschelle Gibbs, Andrew Hall, Justin Kemp, Charl Langeveldt, Andre Nel, Makhaya Ntini, Robin Peterson, Shaun Pollock and Ashwell Prince

Sourav Ganguly likely to be recalled

Faced with growing criticism on the performance of the Indian team in South Africa and the failure of the youngsters to deliver, the national selectors are likely to fall back on the experience of Sourav Ganguly to bolster the middle order and the spirit of the side in the forthcoming three-Tests series.

South Africa recall Ashwell Prince

South Africa have recalled Ashwell Prince for the last two One-day Internationals against India.

Rahul Dravid ruled out of ODI series

India cricket captain Rahul Dravid will miss the last two matches of the one-day series against South Africa with a finger injury.

Third ODI at Newlands : India loses by 106 runs as Kemp shines

South Africa wrapped up the second ODI by 106 runs to go 2-0 up with two more ODIs left in the series. Zaheer Khan's good opening burst was neutralized by Justin Kemp's unbeaten 100*, his maiden in ODIs. The total of 274 was just too much for the Indians, for whom only Rahul Dravid and MS Dhoni could get going. Shaun Pollock finished with a fine 4 for 26, while Hall backed his batting heroics with 3 for 45. Earlier, a superb display of power hitting from Justin Kemp inspired South Africa to 274-7 in the third one-dayer, after India had reduced them to 76-6. Zaheer Khan took 3-42, but Irfan Pathan and Ajit Agarker went for more than seven an over as Kemp hit out late on. India XI: Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid (Captain), Mohammad Kaif, Dinesh Karthik, Mahendra Dhoni, Irfan Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Ajit Agarkar, Zaheer Khan, Anil Kumble.
South Africa XI: Graeme Smith (Captain), Loots Bosman, Herschelle Gibbs, Jacques Kallis, AB de Villiers, Mark Boucher, Justin Kemp, Shaun Pollock, Andrew Hall, Makhaya Ntini, Charl Langeveldt.
Third one-day international, Cape Town: South Africa 274-7 bt India 168 by 106 runs

Munaf out of Third ODI at Newlands

India have ruled pace bowler Munaf Patel out of Sunday's third one-day international against South Africa but hope Virender Sehwag will return.
Patel, who took two wickets in defeat on Wednesday, has a sore left ankle.
South Africa defeated India by a whopping 157 runs - the Proteas' biggest win ever over India - at the Kingsmead Stadium Wednesday to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series. The capitulation raised a furore in India and the BCCI president Sharad Pawar reacted by asking chairman of selectors Dilip Vengsarkar to go to South Africa for the three-match Test series.

Second ODI @ Kingsmead : South Africa win after skittling India for 91

Jacques Kallis hit a commanding century and then took three wickets as South Africa beat India by 157 runs in the second one-day international in Durban.
Sachin Tendulkar (35) top-scored for India in a dire batting display.
Earlier South Africa made 248/8 in 50 overs after winning the toss and electing to bat first. Kallis made 119 in 160 balls, while Zaheer Khan, Patel and Agarkar took two wickets each for India. Reported Earlier: Much like the first one-day international, the second match between India and South Africa here Wednesday is most likely to be affected by thundershowers as per the forecast of the meteorological department. India Team (from): Rahul Dravid (Captain), Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, Wasim Jaffer, Mohammad Kaif, Suresh Raina, Dinesh Mongia, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Dinesh Karthik (wicket-keepers), Irfan Pathan, Zaheer Khan, Anil Kumble, S. Sreesanth, Harbhajan Singh, Munaf Patel and Ajit Agarkar
South Africa Team (from): Graeme Smith (Captain), Jacques Kallis, Loots Bosman, Mark Boucher (wicket-keeper), A.B. de Villiers, Boeta Dippenaar, Herschelle Gibbs, Andrew Hall, Justin Kemp, Charl Langeveldt, Andre Nel, Makhaya Ntini, Shaun Pollock and Robin Peterson
Second one-day international, Durban: South Africa 248-8 beat India 91 all out

BCCI Cricket News

Win and flourish or flop and lose money

The performance-related match fee structure for Indian players that is being mooted by the Cricket Board would be based on overall performance of the team and not on individual displays, a BCCI official said on Saturday.

BCCI set new role for selectors

India's premier domestic event, the Ranji Trophy starting in different parts of the country on Thursday, the BCCI has thought of steps to raise the profile and importance of the event.

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Australia Beats England by 277 Runs

Australia won the first Test in Brisbane by 277 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.
The Ashes First Test, Brisbane, Day five: Australia 602-9 dec & 202-1 dec beat England 157 & 370 by 277 runs

Australia close in on win

Shane Warne took four wickets and had a running duel with Kevin Pietersen on Sunday as England spiraled toward a heavy defeat in the series-opening Ashes Test.
The Ashes First Test, Brisbane, Day four (close): Australia 602-9 dec & 202-1 dec v England 157 & 293-5

Australia take lead

Ricky Ponting aimed to inflict maximum psychological damage on England after Glenn McGrath took six wickets to give Australia a 445-run lead in the first Ashes test.
The Ashes First Test, Brisbane, Day three (close): Australia 602-9 dec & 181-1 v England 157

McGrath adds to England's misery

England face an uphill struggle to save the first Ashes Test in Brisbane after being reduced to 53-3 at close of play on the second day.
The Ashes First Test, Brisbane, Day Two (close): Australia 602-9 dec v England 53-3

Ricky Ponting ton guides Australia

The opening day of England's Ashes defence started badly and got worse for the tourists, with Ricky Ponting's 32nd test hundred lifting Australia to 346 for three by stumps.
The Ashes First Test, Brisbane, Day One (close): Australia 346-3 v England

The Ashes series to begin today

The first Test in the Ashes cricket series between Australia and England begins in Brisbane on Thursday.

Australians gear up for Ashes Test

The first 2006-2007 Ashes Test between England and Australia gets underway at the Gabba in Brisbane on Thursday and both teams are in the process of completing their preparations.

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Second ODI @ Kingsmead : Second ODI could also rain out

Charl Langeveldt does not even want to think about the possibility that the second one-day cricket match of the series between South Africa and India may be washed out on Wednesday.

First ODI @ Johannesburg : Play called off due to wet outfield

The first ODI between India and South Africa at the New Wanderers Stadium has been called off due to wet outfield. India: MS Dhoni, R Dravid, Harbhajan Singh, M Kaif, D Mongia, MM Patel, IK Pathan, SK Raina, V Sehwag, S Sreesanth, SR Tendulkar
South Africa: LL Bosman, MV Boucher, AB de Villiers, HH Gibbs, JH Kallis, JM Kemp, A Nel, M Ntini, RJ Peterson, SM Pollock, GC Smith
First ODI : South Africa vs India - Match abandoned without a ball bowled

South Africa A beat India

India's worst fears came true in the tour opener against South Africa 'A' as its bowling and batting came apart.
Tour Match : South Africa A 255 for 8 (50 overs) beat India 218 all out (49.1 overs) by 37 runs

India's South Africa tour begins today

India's two-month tour of South Africa gets underway on Thursday with a one-day match against a South African A side in Benoni.

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School boys score 721 runs in record partnership

Two schoolboys in Hyderabad set a record partnership on Wednesday, evoking memories of a similar knock between batting great Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli nearly two decades ago.
Openers Manoj Kumar and Mohammad Shaibaz Tumbi both scored triple centuries and put on 721 runs as they batted through a full 40 overs in an under-13s inter-school limited-overs match. Local journalists were quick to recall the 1988 exploits of a teenage Tendulkar and Kambli, who both hit triple centuries in Mumbai's Harris Shield schools competition. Tendulkar and Kambli put on a record 664 runs for the third wicket for Shardashram against St Xavier's. Tendulkar went on to make his Test debut as a cherub-faced 16-year-old the following year and Kambli made his one-day debut in 1991.
Manoj scored 320 off 127 balls and Tumbi 324 off 116 balls for St Peter's School and they ran up the highest total, highest partnership and eventually the highest margin of victory (700 runs) in any class of the limited-overs game. A stunned St Phillip's School were bundled out for a paltry 21 in just seven overs.

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Indian team departs for South Africa

A 16-member Indian cricket team left for South Africa early on Tuesday morning. The two-month tour will include five one-dayers and three tests.

Yuvraj Singh ruled out of South Africa tests

Injured India batsman Yuvraj Singh has been ruled out of the three-test series in South Africa next month and the home one-day series against West Indies and Sri Lanka early next year.

Key players need to perform

In a grim message ahead of the big engagements, including the World Cup, captain Rahul Dravid on Saturday sought to blame his "key players" for the Indian team's slump and said it was high time they delivered.

Ajit Agarkar cleared for South Africa tour

Medium-pacer Ajit Agarkar has been cleared for the five-match one-day series in South Africa and will leave with the Indian team on Monday.

South Africa squad announced for first ODI

South Africa on Wednesday retained the squad that lost the Champions Trophy semi-final for the first of the five-match ODI cricket series against India to be played on November 19.

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Pietersen's century lifts England's spirits

Kevin Pietersen's century and three wickets for James Anderson were the highlights for England as they drew a three-day game with New South Wales.

Steve Harmison helps England fight back

Steve Harmison finished with 3-95 as England fought back on day two of their second Ashes tour game in Sydney.

Prime Minister's XI beat England

England's tour of Australia got off to a shaky start after they crashed to be all out for 181 chasing the Prime Minister's XI total of 5 for 347 in their one-dayer at Manuka Oval in Canberra.

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Yuvraj Singh to undergo fitness test

Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh will undergo a fitness test in the capital on Monday under the guidance of team physio John Gloster and BCCI's orthopedic consultant Dr Anant Joshi.
Yuvraj suffered a cruciate ligament damage in his right knee during the ICC Champions Trophy. He has already been ruled out of the five match ODI series against South Africa beginning next Sunday. His participation in the back-to-back ODI series against West Indies and Sri Lanka and the World Cup will now depend on him passing a fitness test and just how long his recovery will take.

Former Indian captain Polly Umrigar passed away

Former Indian captain Polly Umrigar died on Tuesday. He was ailing from cancer for almost a year.
A six-footer and powerfully built, Polly Umrigar was a veritable giant in Indian cricket both for his physical attributes and his achievements in the field. Beginning his Test career against the West Indies at Bombay in 1948-49, Polly Umrigar played 59 matches and scored 3631 runs including 12 centuries and 14 half centuries for an average of 42.22. An accurate off spinner, Poly changed to medium pace while opening the bowling for India. He was the first Indian to hit a Test double century. Polly Umrigar was the first Indian run machine before the arrival of Sunil Gavaskar in the scene.
When he decided to call it quits, after a career spanning 14 years, Polly was in possession of all Indian batting records most Tests, most runs, most hundreds. A shrewd captain, he led India in eight Tests with a tally of two wins, two losses and four matches drawn. He is only one of two Indian cricketers to score a century and take five wickets in an innings a feat he achieved against West Indies at Port of Spain in 1962. He was born on March 28, 1926 in Sholapur.

Sachin Watch

Sachin Tendulkar signs up with Canon

Sachin Tendulkar has signed another multi-million dollar deal even as Team India gets ready to rake in more moollah with the 2007 World Cup.

Sachin hits out at Aussies

Sachin Tendulkar has indirectly hit out at triumphant Australian captain Ricky Ponting and his teammates' behaviour during the prize distribution ceremony after the ICC Champions Trophy final against the West Indies at the Brabourne Stadium.

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Final Ashes tickets go on general sale

Desperate supporters will have a chance to get their hands on treasured Ashes tickets from Wednesday when more than 26,000 tickets for the five tests go on general sale, Cricket Australia said on Monday.

England arrive in Australia for Ashes tour

England's cricket team, led by captain Andrew Flintoff, was arrived early on Sunday for a three-month, five-test Ashes tour against Australia.

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Champions Trophy 2006

Australia claim Champions Trophy

After bowling out West Indies for 138, the Aussies cruised to victory in the finals of the ICC Champions Trophy. Austalia were chasing a target of 116 runs set following the D/L method after three hours of rain delay.
West Indies started off strongly scoring 80 runs in the first 10 overs, but Bracken slowed them down after bowling out Chanderpaul and Gayle. The Windies scored only 23 runs in the next 10 overs at the loss of 5 wickets. For Australia, Watson scored 57 runs and Martyn was unbeaten at 47 at the end of play. West Indies (Playing XI): C H Gayle, S Chanderpaul, R R Sarwan, B C Lara, R S Morton, M N Samuels, D J Bravo, C S Baugh, C D Collymore, I D R Bradshaw, J E Taylor.
Australia (Playing XI): A C Gilchrist, S R Watson, R T Ponting, D R Martyn, A Symonds, M J Clarke, M E K Hussey, G B Hogg, B Lee, N W Bracken, G D McGrath
ICC Champions Trophy, Mumbai: West Indies 138 all out

Australia determined to break Champions Trophy jinx

Australia's quest for their elusive Champions Trophy will face its toughest challenge when they take on the unpredictable and defending champions West Indies at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai on Sunday. Both team captains are equally determined to win the coveted trophy. World Champions Australia, appearing in the final for the first time, have a slight edge over the Caribbeans with a five man pace attack. West Indies, who had to suffer the ignominy of qualifying to defend their title, will be helped by the convincing victory over South Africa in the semifinals. In the last four matches they played, they are 2-2, with West Indies winning the encounter in the group stages by 10 runs as Australia fell short of Windies' score of 234 for 6. West Indies (from) Chris Gayle, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Brian Lara (Captain), Dwayne Bravo, Runako Morton, Dwayne Smith, Marlon Samuels, Carlton Baugh (Wicket Keeper), Ian Bradshaw, Jerome Taylor.
Australia (from) Shane Watson, Adam Gilchrist (Wicket Keeper), Ricky Ponting, Damien Martyn, Andrew Symonds, Michael Hussey, Michael Clarke, Brad Hogg, Brett Lee, Nathan Bracken, Glenn McGrath.

Darrel Hair News

Darrell Hair removed from Elite Panel

The International Cricket Council (ICC) removed Australian umpire Darrell Hair from its Elite Panel after an executive board meeting in Mumbai on Saturday.

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Mini Cricket World Cup 2006

Second Semi-Final, SA vs WI: Gayle puts Windies in Final

Chris Gayle hit 133, his 15th ODI century, as West Indies beat South Africa by six wickets to reach the ICC Champions Trophy final. He put on 154 in 26 overs for the first wicket with Shiv Chanderpaul, who retired hurt on 57. It was his third century of the tournament.Earlier South Africa lost 8 wickets, reaching 258 in their allotted 50 overs. Gibbs top scored with 77, while Taylor, Bravo and Samuels took 2 wickets each. South Africa (Playing XI) : Graeme Smith (Captain), Mark Boucher, Loots Bosman, Herschelle Gibbs, AB de Villiers, Jacques Kallis, Justin Kemp, Andre Nel, Makhaya Ntini, Robin Peterson, Shaun Pollock.
West Indies (Playing XI) : Brian Lara (Captain), Ramnaresh Sarwan, Chris Gayle, Shivnaraine Chanderpaul, Runako Morton, Dwayne Bravo, Ian Bradshaw, Dwayne Smith, Carlton Baugh, Jerome Taylor, Marlon Samuels.
ICC Champions Trophy, Jaipur: West Indies 262-4 (44 ovs) bt South Africa 258-8 (50 ovs) by 6 wkts

Tough test for West Indies

Defending champions West Indies will face a stern test when they take on South Africa in the second semifinal of the ICC Champions Trophy in Jaipur on Thursday. South Africa team (from) : Graeme Smith (Captain), Boeta Dippenaar, Herschelle Gibbs, Jacques Kallis, Justin Kemp, Abraham Devilliers, Mark Boucher, Shaun Pollock, Andrew Hall, Andrew Nel, Makhaya Ntini, Robin Peterseon, Loots Bosman and Charl Langeveldt.
West Indies team (from) : Brian Lara (Captain), Ramnaresh Sarwan, Chris Gayle, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Runako Morton, Dwayne Bravo, Dwayne Smith, Carlton Baugh, Fidel Edwards, Ian Bradshaw, Jerome Taylor, Marlon Samuels, Wavell Hinds.

First Semi-Final, AUS vs NZ: Australia in Finals

Australia reached their first Champions Final with a 34-run victory over New Zealand in Mohali. They made 240/9 in 50 overs in the first semifinal on Wednesday and then restricted New Zealand to 206 with 4 overs to spare.
Australia recovered from 4-2 as Ricky Ponting and Andrew Symonds both hit 58s, but lost wickets at regular intervals. Chasing 241 for victory, the Kiwis tumbled to 35-6, Glenn McGrath taking 3-22 in a 10-over spell.
Jacob Oram (43) and Daniel Vettori (79) shared a seventh-wicket stand of 103 and the lower order kept thrashing boundaries. The loss put an end to New Zealand hopes of another shot at the title they won in Kenya six years ago. Australia (Playing XI) : Ricky Ponting (Captain), Adam Gilchrist, Nathan Bracken, Michael Clarke, Mitchell Johnson, Michael Hussey, Brett Lee, Damien Martyn, Glenn McGrath, Shane Watson, Andrew Symonds.
New Zealand (Playing XI) : Stephen Fleming (Captain), Nathan Astle, Lou Vincent, Brendon McCullum, Peter Fulton, Hamish Marshall, Kyle Mills, Jacob Oram, James Franklin, Daniel Vettori, Shane Bond.
ICC Champions Trophy semi-final, Mohali: Australia 240-9 (50 overs) beat New Zealand 206 (46 overs) by 34 runs

Australia has upper hand in first semifinal

Australians are the clear favourites in the Champions Trophy semifinals on Wednesday against New Zealand in Mohali. Australia team (from) : Ricky Ponting (Captain), Adam Gilchrist (wicket-keeper), Simon Katich, Michael Hussey, Andrew Symonds, Damien Martyn, Michael Clarke, Shane Watson, Brett Lee, Brad Hogg, Nathan Bracken, Dan Cullen (replaced Stuart Clark), Glenn McGrath and Mitchell Johnson
New Zealand team (from) : Stephen Fleming (Captain), Nathan Astle, Shane Bond, James Franklin, Peter Fulton, Mark Gillespie, Brendon McCullum (wicket-keeper), Hamish Marshall, Kyle Mills, Jacob Oram, Jeetan Patel, Scott Styris, Daniel Vettori and Lou Vincent

Adam Gilchrist sets record

Australia's Adam Gilchrist is better known for his explosive batting than his wicketkeeping but he secured a special place in the history of the game's glovemen yesterday.
The scorer of 30 centuries in Tests and one-day internationals, Gilchrist has become the first wicketkeeper to reach 400 dismissals in one-dayers. Gilchrist, 34, achieved the milestone when he accepted a chance off Glenn McGrath's bowling to remove Indian hero Sachin Tendulkar for 10 in their Group-A Champions Trophy clash in Mohali. Gilchrist, who boasts 16 hundreds in 85 Tests (5,124 runs at 48.80 overall) and 14 centuries in 255 one-day internationals (8,358 at 36.49), is also closing in on Queenslander Ian Healy's Test record of 395 dismissals.

India South Africa Cricket Series 2006-07

Indian team for South Africa tour announced

Baroda paceman Zaheer Khan and ace spinner Anil Kumble today made a comeback to India's one-day squad for the tour of South Africa starting next month.
Test opener Wasim Jaffer was also named in the 16-member squad announced here by Cricket Board Secretary Niranjan Shah. Injured duo of Ajit Agarkar and Yuvraj Singh were included in the squad subject to passing a fitness test. In case they fail to pass the fitness test, their places would be taken by VRV Singh and Dinesh Kaarthick respectively. The fitness test will take place on November 10, nine days before the team embarks for South Africa. Indian ODI Squad Virender Sehwag, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid (Captain), Wasim Jaffer, Mohammad Kaif, Suresh Raina, Dinesh Mongia, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Wicket Keeper), Irfan Pathan, Yuvraj Singh (Dinesh Karthik on stand-by), Zaheer Khan, Anil Kumble, Sreesanth, Harbhajan Singh, Munaf Patel, Ajit Agarkar (VRV Singh on stand-by).
Group A Table
Team M W L NR Pts
India Cricket Live Australia
+0.537
3 2 1 0 4
India Cricket Live West Indies
+0.009
3 2 1 0 4
India Cricket Live India
+0.488
3 1 2 0 2
India Cricket Live England
-1.044
3 1 2 0 2
Group B Table
Team M W L NR Pts
India Cricket Live South Africa
+0.767
3 2 1 0 4
India Cricket Live New Zealand
+0.572
3 2 1 0 4
India Cricket Live Sri Lanka
-0.195
3 1 2 0 2
India Cricket Live Pakistan
-1.107
3 1 2 0 2

Champions Trophy 2006 Main round Group A Matches

Team \ vs India Cricket Live India Cricket Live India Cricket Live India Cricket Live
India Cricket Live West Indies - West Indies won by 3 wickets
MOM: S Chanderpaul
West Indies won by 10 runs
MOM: Runako Morton
England won by 3 wickets
MOM: Chris Gayle
India Cricket Live India West Indies won by 3 wickets
MOM: S Chanderpaul
- Australia won by 6 wkts
MOM: Damien Martyn
India won by 4 Wickets
MOM: Munaf Patel
India Cricket Live Australia West Indies won by 10 runs
MOM: Runako Morton
Australia won by 6 wkts
MOM: Damien Martyn
- Australia won by 6 wickets
MOM: Damien Martyn
India Cricket Live England England won by 3 wickets
MOM: Chris Gayle
India won by 4 Wickets
MOM: Munaf Patel
Australia won by 6 wickets
MOM: Damien Martyn
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Champions Trophy 2006 Main round Group B Matches

Team \ vs India Cricket Live India Cricket Live India Cricket Live India Cricket Live
India Cricket Live New Zealand - Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets
MOM: Muttiah Muralitharan
New Zealand won by 51 runs
MOM: Stephen Fleming
New Zealand won by 87 runs
MOM: Stephen Fleming
India Cricket Live Sri Lanka Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets
MOM: Muttiah Muralitharan
- Pakistan won by 4 wickets
MOM: Abdul Razzaq
South Africa won by 78 runs
MOM: Shaun Pollock
India Cricket Live Pakistan New Zealand won by 51 runs
MOM: Stephen Fleming
Pakistan won by 4 wickets
MOM: Abdul Razzaq
- South Africa won by 124 runs
MOM: Makhaya Ntini
India Cricket Live South Africa New Zealand won by 87 runs
MOM: Stephen Fleming
South Africa won by 78 runs
MOM: Shaun Pollock
South Africa won by 124 runs
MOM: Makhaya Ntini
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