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Miraz
April 27, 2006, 06:16 AM
From Cricinfo,

India will take on England in their opening match on October 15 at Jaipur in the ICC Champions Trophy to be played later this year. India and England have been drawn in Group A, a section which also features the three-time World Champions Australia and one qualifier. Pakistan, South Africa, New Zealand and another qualifying team from Group B.
Despite being the holders, West Indies are one of four teams who will take part in a preliminary round-robin which starts on October 7 and will be played at all four of the venues. West Indies must take part in this stage because they are outside the top six teams in the ICC one-day rankings; Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh are the other three sides. The two best teams from the preliminary rounds will go through to the second stage.
All matches will be day-nighters, with the two semi-finals to be played at Mohali on November 1 and Jaipur on November 2. The final will then be played at Mumbai on November 5.

Schedule
Preliminaries:
Oct 7: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Mohali
Oct 8: West Indies v Zimbabwe, Ahmedabad
Oct 10: Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, Ahmedabad
Oct 11: West Indies v Bangladesh, Jaipur
Oct 13: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, Jaipur
Oct 14: Sri Lanka v West Indies, Mumbai

Group stage:
Oct 15: India v England, Jaipur
Oct 16: New Zealand v South Africa, Mumbai
Oct 17: Pakistan v Qualifier 1, Jaipur
Oct 18: Australia v Qualifier 2, Mumbai
Oct 20: New Zealand v Q1, Mumbai
Oct 21: Australia v England, Jaipur
Oct 24: South Africa v Q1, Ahmedabad
Oct 25: New Zealand v Pakistan, Mohali
Oct 26: India v Q2, Ahmedabad
Oct 27: Pakistan v South Africa, Mohali
Oct 28: England v Q2, Ahmedabad
Oct 29: India v Australia, Mohali
Nov 1: 1st Semifinal - A1 v B2, Mohali
Nov 2: 2nd Semifinal - B1 v A2, Jaipur
Nov 5: Final, Mumbai

Tigers_eye
April 27, 2006, 03:34 PM
http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/ci/content/current/story/245499.html
Preliminaries:
Oct 7: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Mohali
Oct 8: West Indies v Zimbabwe, Ahmedabad
Oct 10: Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, Ahmedabad
Oct 11: West Indies v Bangladesh, Jaipur
Oct 13: Bangladesh v Zimbabwe, Jaipur
Oct 14: Sri Lanka v West Indies, Mumbai
Group stage:
Oct 15: India v England, Jaipur
Oct 16: New Zealand v South Africa, Mumbai
Oct 17: Pakistan v Qualifier 1, Jaipur
Oct 18: Australia v Qualifier 2, Mumbai
Oct 20: New Zealand v Q1, Mumbai
Oct 21: Australia v England, Jaipur
Oct 24: South Africa v Q1, Ahmedabad
Oct 25: New Zealand v Pakistan, Mohali
Oct 26: India v Q2, Ahmedabad
Oct 27: Pakistan v South Africa, Mohali
Oct 28: England v Q2, Ahmedabad
Oct 29: India v Australia, Mohali
Nov 1: 1st Semifinal - A1 v B2, Mohali
Nov 2: 2nd Semifinal - B1 v A2, Jaipur
Nov 5: Final, Mumbai
This is where it bothers me:
"All matches will be day-nighters, with the two semi-finals to be played at Mohali on November 1 and Jaipur on November 2. The final will then be played at Mumbai on November 5."
So the toss becomes very important. I am sure whoever wins the toss will bat first and let the opposition bat under light. I hope the big teams loses the toss 100% of the times may be then ICC will stop this day-night thing. If the WC can be held in all day time games then why not this tournament?

OZGOD
April 27, 2006, 03:40 PM
One word = $$$. They get more people through the gate for day-nighters as people can come after work. Plus they're more TV friendly (for the local country anyway).

Hatebreed
April 27, 2006, 04:53 PM
It means I have to stay up all night + another several hours in the morning.. gaah!

shamster
April 27, 2006, 06:16 PM
I think we have good chance. The beauty is no test cricket till then so we just got to concentrate on ODI format and hope for the best. We should beat Zimbabwe... and inshallah aim for win against Sri or West Indies.. I think win against Indies more likley

SMHasan
April 27, 2006, 08:35 PM
There are day night matches cause not only its popular but also its really hot in India in that time of the year. Can you remember when Australia toured India in 1998? They had to play all those onedayers under the sun and it was hot April. And the end result was they complained about it to the indian board.

Bancan
April 27, 2006, 08:38 PM
i think we are gonna get our first win against windies in the champs trophy. unless lara brings back the team who won 2004 champs trophy. i m actually hoping for both :D

BonBon
April 27, 2006, 08:48 PM
Lara has been inspired by ashrafuls success these days. His batting has been abysmal. Pals, i think BDs gonna kick some WI bleep, take that..bleep (sorry moderator bhai)

Ahmed_B
April 27, 2006, 11:26 PM
Duplicate threads merged.

-Mod

cricket_pagol
April 28, 2006, 01:11 AM
the way we are struggling against a weak aussie attack, my hopes are fading away

CricFanBD
September 20, 2006, 11:11 PM
ICC Champions Trophy
Date....Match.....Venue
All matches are day/night

Preliminaries

Oct 7 Sri Lanka v Bangladesh Mohali
Oct 8 West Indies v Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
Oct 10 Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
Oct 11 West Indies v Bangladesh Jaipur
Oct 13 Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Jaipur
Oct 14 Sri Lanka v West Indies Mumbai

Group Stage

Oct 15 India v England Jaipur
Oct 16 New Zealand v South Africa Mumbai
Oct 17 Pakistan v Q1 Jaipur
Oct 18 Australia v Q2 Mumbai
Oct 20 New Zealand v Q1 Mumbai
Oct 21 Australia v England Jaipur
Oct 24 South Africa v Q1 Ahmedabad
Oct 25 New Zealand v Pakistan Mohali
Oct 26 India v Q2 Ahmedabad
Oct 27 Pakistan v South Africa Mohali
Oct 28 England v Q2 Ahmedabad
Oct 29 India v Australia Mohali
Nov 1 1st Semifinal Mohali
Nov 2 2nd Semifinal Jaipur
Nov 5 Final Mumbai

**If Bangladesh qualifies then it will be Q1 or Q2.
Which one will be easier group for us? As Q1 or as Q2?

I know still it is very far away, may be a Dream for us. But one thing….

In Sherlock Holmes….Once Sherlock Holmes said to Watson: “You can’t imagine anything if there is not any chance for happening”

I can imagine……Guys how about you?:)

sunniath
September 21, 2006, 12:39 AM
a lot is depending on the fitness of our motorcyclist pacers.if masri and rasel are fit,bd will have a very formidable bowling line-up with sahadat and rafiq.these guys should be able to get us through with help of our batsmen.

sadi
September 21, 2006, 08:23 AM
Q1 will be much easier to handle than Q2 I believe... but in order for us to be Q1, I guess we have to be the best team from the qualifying round and right now I will be just happy to make it out of the qualifying round. Can't wait!!!

rudro
September 21, 2006, 08:26 AM
[বাংলা]গাছে কাঁঠাল, গোঁফে তেল![/বাংলা]

Miraz
September 21, 2006, 08:33 AM
We have a thread and some discussions here (http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?t=16231&highlight=Champions+Trophy)

Mods. please merge the threads.

Rabz
September 21, 2006, 09:30 AM
[বাংলা]গাছে কাঁঠাল, গোঁফে তেল![/বাংলা]

Jack-fruit in tree, oiling moustache:D

kon kel bhai?
Tibbot kodur tel?
naki Rojonigondha kerosin tel?

SS
September 21, 2006, 09:35 AM
Can mod combine all the threads into one ICC champions Trophy, it's getting confusing as posts are all over place. somebody gave a link and I thought i should post here.

SS
September 21, 2006, 09:43 AM
There's no way we are going to the next round. There is only one reason that will stop us moving forward. And that reason is -US. With Zimb, we will loose that for sure. As Zimb played really well against SA and we struggled a lot last time we faced them. Secondly, SL had a great series and we will be lucky to get their first five wickets below 250 runs either we let them bat first or last. And WI, look at them not just Lara, but others are even better than him nowadays. Results speak for it(except the last match). I don't see any hope going to second round.period.

Ahmed_B
September 21, 2006, 10:34 AM
Threads merged again.
-Mod

rudro
September 21, 2006, 12:15 PM
Jack-fruit in tree, oiling moustache:D

kon kel bhai?
Tibbot kodur tel?
naki Rojonigondha kerosin tel?
Unfortunately, I got rid of my "gnof" long ago (no use of 'tel' any more). You can ask cricfanBD what he is using.

CricFanBD
September 21, 2006, 05:37 PM
Sorry, I didn't notice that Miraz has already opened the thread.

fuzzy
September 21, 2006, 05:48 PM
can't wait 1st game its gonna a tourment for ban 2 to show what they can icc world cup 2007.

kalpurush
September 21, 2006, 07:11 PM
the way we are struggling against a weak aussie attack, my hopes are fading away

Sorry, I could not follow you! Struggling against a weak aussie attack...when?.. where?...how?:confused:

As far I could remember...It's the Aussies, who struggled against us lately!:D ;)

sar2005
September 22, 2006, 09:58 AM
Looks like this is the CT thread.
Alright, did you guy noticed our performance so far in this tournament? This is not a good outing for us.

Match 1: Oct 5, 2000
Bangladesh: 232/8 (50)
England: 236/2 (43.5)
England beat Bangladesh by 8 Wickets

Match 2: Sep 19, 2002
Bangladesh: 129/10 (45.2)
Australia: 133/ 1 (20.4)
Australia beat Bangladesh by 9 wickets.

Match 3: Sep 23, 2002
New Zealand: 244/9 (50)
Bangladesh: 77/ 10 (19.3)
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 167 runs.

Match 4: Sep 12, 2004
Bangladesh: 93/10 (31.3)
South Africa: 94/ 1 (17.5)
South Africa beat Bangladesh by 9 wickets

Match 5:Sep 15, 2004
West Indies: 269/3 (50)
Bangladesh: 131/ 10 (39.3)
West Indies beat Bangladesh by 138 runs

# Only one individual fifty (JO 63NO vs. ENG in 2000) so far in the tournament :(

I am sure we will better our records this time.

sadi
September 22, 2006, 10:04 AM
The record doesn't look good. Last 4 innings 129, 77, 93 and 131. They better do well this time. They will play in India, not England and should use condition better.

SS
September 22, 2006, 10:24 AM
The record doesn't look good. Last 4 innings 129, 77, 93 and 131. They better do well this time. They will play in India, not England and should use condition better.
I don't think so. The reason is that the rate of improvement of the other teams are more higher than the rate we improved in past two years. All teams including SL,WI, Zimb improved way better than us. So, we will face the same uphill task and might repeat the similar results. Unfortunately, that is the truth.

We could have avoided but our batsmen didn't learn anything and remained same like two years ago.

Baundule
September 22, 2006, 10:44 AM
We should beat Zimbabwe... and inshallah aim for win against Sri or West Indies.. I think win against Indies more likley

:lol:.

We should not use the word 'should' after the recent series against Zimbabwe :)
That 'should' imposes some extra pressure and to be frank, we can't handle that pressure. Just let them apply the happy-go-lucky way.

sadi
September 22, 2006, 10:46 AM
Yeah lets just hope WI have one of their famous collapses against us!!! :)

Fazal
September 22, 2006, 11:25 AM
:lol:.

We should not use the word 'should' after the recent series against Zimbabwe :)


Yes... it must be rephrased something like this:

"We must beat Zimbabwe..."

Tigers_eye
September 22, 2006, 11:29 AM
Matching player by player Australia is better than BD. All 11.

Similarly we are better than Zim 8/9 of 11 players. We must win that match.

If we lose it would be coaches fault for not preparing well and the application part blame would be on the players.

kalpurush
September 22, 2006, 12:46 PM
Yes... it must be rephrased something like this:

"We must beat Zimbabwe..."

I like that :up: :D

FaridpurChicago
September 22, 2006, 03:54 PM
Losing to Zim was an accident. I never count on that and never think that they will beat us in CT. We could beat Australia on England's soil, does it means we will beat them in our next encounter. If you think so then you might think Zim will win against us in CT; but if you don't think so then don't think that thet'll beat us. I am hopeful about catching either of the two big fishes (WI,SL).

israr
September 23, 2006, 07:39 AM
We're in for a big surprise, and I won't disclose that till the coming CT.

Tokyobreeze
September 25, 2006, 02:14 AM
With the lack of practice my prediction is - we will loose badly against SL.We will come better with WI.If it's our lucky day and WI has those collapse, we might win against them.When we will face Zim, we have already played against big fishes.We should simply smash them.Of course, the reality might be different from predictions.Lets just hope that whatever reality might becomes, we will get benefitted from it.

Miraz
September 30, 2006, 11:56 AM
Bangladesh will be playing Srilanka on next Saturday, just six days left from now.

I am hoping to see some good performance by Bangladesh team in the practice match against Panjab to get some confidence back.

israr
September 30, 2006, 04:57 PM
Oh man, can't wait to see the first match live on TV with no external interruption of eating, urining or excreting.