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ICC Champions Trophy 2nd Match: Pakistan vs West Indies Highlights 07 June 2013

Pakistan vs West Indies Highlights: ICC Champions Trophy 2013 is being hosted in England and Wales. Pakistan vs West Indies Highlights of 1st Match in ICC Champions Trophy 2013 on June 7th played at Kennington Oval, London. Pak vs Wi ODI 2nd Match will start at 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT).

The Highlights of ICC Champions Trophy will be posted here right through the tournament so you can enjoy the action from wherever you are. The links provided are from official sources and are complete free to watch online in HD.

Pakistan vs West Indies Highlights will be provides from HD networks completely free online and giving you a perfect experience to enjoy the game.

Highlights of the Pakistan vs West Indies ODI at Kennington Oval, London will be posted here:

 

Pakistan vs West Indies Highlights – 07 June 2013

 

SCORECARD: ICC Champions Trophy 2nd Match: Pakistan vs West Indies Scorecard 07 June 2013

Squads for Pakistan vs West Indies 2nd Match are given below:

 Pakistan squad
 Imran Farhat, Nasir Jamshed, Mohammad Hafeez, Asad Shafiq, Misbah-ul-Haq*, Shoaib Malik, Kamran Akmal†, Saeed Ajmal, Wahab Riaz, Junaid Khan, Mohammad Irfan
 West Indies squad
 CH Gayle, J Charles, DM Bravo, MN Samuels, RR Sarwan, DJ Bravo*, KA Pollard, D Ramdin†, SP Narine, R Rampaul, KAJ Roach

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The Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan played a magnificent innings and smashed his maiden ODI century in international cricket. Shikhar Dhawan’s 114 out off just 94 balls with the help 13 boundaries with a 1 huge Six.

Rohit Sharma too played a calm innings and scored his 14th ODI fifty in 63 balls. Sharma smashed seven boundaries including a massive six.

Shikhar Dhawan 114 against South Africa

South Africa skipper AB de Villiers won the toss and elected to bowl against India. South Africa are without pacer Dale Steyn, who misses out because of an injury.

Drawn in what is being dubbed as the Group of Death, India look to carry forward the form they exhibited in the tournament’s warm-up games.

With every game a virtual shootout, both the former winners will be eager to make a head start in the tournament which is being held for the last time.

As World Cup champions, India will have more than reputation to defend in the 50-over format contest. They have not played a limited over international outside the sub-continent in the last 15 months but the two big wins in their practice matches against Sri Lanka in Birmingham and Australia in Cardiff will give the Indian team management a fair idea of the conditions to confront.

 

ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Teams & Squads

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ICC Champions Trophy 2013 is a One Day International cricket tournament to be held in England and Wales between 6th and 23rd June 2013. The 2013 competition will be the eighth staging of the tournament and the second time it has been played in England. The event, formerly known as the ICC Knockout, has been held six times.

The 2013 ICC Champions Trophy will be contested by eight teams that which are seeded and divided into two groups. Each team play every other team in its group once. Following the group stage, the top two teams from each group progresses to the semi-finals, where the winner of Group A plays the runner-up of Group B (in the first semi-final) and the winner of Group B plays the runner-up of Group A (in the second semi-final). The winners of the semi-finals contest the final.

 

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ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Fixtures

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ICC Champions Trophy 2013 is a One Day International cricket tournament to be held in England and Wales between 6th and 23rd June 2013.

The 2013 ICC Champions Trophy will be contested by eight teams that which are seeded and divided into two groups. Each team play every other team in its group once. Following the group stage, the top two teams from each group progresses to the semi-finals, where the winner of Group A plays the runner-up of Group B (in the first semi-final) and the winner of Group B plays the runner-up of Group A (in the second semi-final). The winners of the semi-finals contest the final.

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The 50-overs-a-side competition will take place over 18 days with matches taking place across Three cities: London (at The Oval), Birmingham (at Edgbaston) and Cardiff (at the SWALEC Stadium, known as Cardiff Wales Stadium for the tournament). The final of the 2013 edition will be staged at Edgbaston.

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ICC Champions Trophy 2013

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ICC Champions Trophy 2013 is a One Day International cricket tournament to be held in England and Wales between 6th and 23rd June 2013. The 2013 competition will be the eighth staging of the tournament and the second time it has been played in England. The event, formerly known as the ICC Knockout, has been held six times.

Winners of the competition include South Africa (1998), New Zealand (2000), Sri Lanka and India (2002), who were joint winners after the final was washed-out, West Indies (2004) and Australia (2006 and 2009).

The tournament has been staged in Bangladesh (1998), Kenya (2000), Sri Lanka (2002), England (2004), India (2006) and South Africa (2009).

The 50-overs-a-side competition will take place over 18 days with matches taking place across Three cities: London (at The Oval), Birmingham (at Edgbaston) and Cardiff (at the SWALEC Stadium, known as Cardiff Wales Stadium for the tournament). The final of the 2013 edition will be staged at Edgbaston.

The 2013 ICC Champions Trophy will be contested by eight teams that which are seeded and divided into two groups. Each team play every other team in its group once. Following the group stage, the top two teams from each group progresses to the semi-finals, where the winner of Group A plays the runner-up of Group B (in the first semi-final) and the winner of Group B plays the runner-up of Group A (in the second semi-final). The winners of the semi-finals contest the final.

The winners of the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy will earn $2 million in prize money, the largest amount since the tournament’s inception. It will be the seventh and final ICC Champions Trophy, as it is due to be replaced by the ICC World Test Championship in 2017.

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