Wednesday, September 23, 2009

ICC Champions Trophy 2009

Its the perfect time for one day cricket to show some good and real good action.It is right time of arrival of Champions trophy.Its like mini world cup,any every nation should play it with will be always better option for testing the potential of a player,although test is best option,but one days are second best option.The beauty of ODI cricket was that it provided a condensed version of the game of cricket, with a guaranteed result (unless weather played spoilsport).

Sri lanka has played many games in the season and they have a good grip of the game.Led by a blazing century from Tillakaratne Dilshan and a brace of cameos, the world's No. 5 team started their Champions Trophy campaign in fine style by beating the top-ranked side.Sri Lanka carried the energy from their powerful batting display into the field and Ajantha Mendis, unlike the home side's spinners, extracted bounce and turn under lights.Adapting to early-season South African conditions superbly, Sri Lanka have taken the lead in showing that Asian teams are a force to be reckoned with in this tournament.

It is so thoughtful of PEO TV that they have brought Star cricket to the cart in the perfect time.And with TSTV enabled Channel Eye you can watch the match highlights your self.With trick play feature in channel Eye you can be the 4 th umpire of the match and you can re-visit the amazing Dhil's scoop.

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Be with us in this season;


2nd Match, Group A: Pakistan v West Indies at Johannesburg
Sep 23 (14:30 local, 12:30 GMT)

3rd Match, Group B: South Africa v New Zealand at Centurion
Sep 24 (09:30 local, 07:30 GMT)

4th Match, Group B: England v Sri Lanka at Johannesburg
Sep 25 (14:30 local, 12:30 GMT)

5th Match, Group A: Australia v West Indies at Johannesburg
Sep 26 (09:30 local, 07:30 GMT)

6th Match, Group A: India v Pakistan at Centurion
Sep 26 (14:30 local, 12:30 GMT)

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