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The Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Gushing success or damp squib?

Sep 4, 2004: The inaugural Videocon Cup in Amsterdam got off to a flyer on August 21 as two old enemies, India and Pakistan, clashed in a 10,000 sellout at Amstelveen, with Pakistan emerging victorious in an entertaining tussle.

Jenny Thompson

Netherlands v Pakistan, Amstelveen

Rain forces Pakistan's warm-up to be abandoned

Aug 30, 2004: Rain, which affected every game during the Videocon Cup last week, was again the culprit as Pakistan's match against the Netherlands in Amstelveen had to be abandoned

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia v Pakistan, Final, Videocon Cup, Amsterdam

Little earthquakes

Aug 28, 2004: Both teams could take positives out of a tense encounter played out in conditions that are fast becoming alien to one-day cricket

Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

Australia v Pakistan, Final, Videocon Cup, Amsterdam

Australia clinch a low-scoring thriller

Aug 28, 2004: Australia sneaked a 17-run win over Pakistan in a low-scoring final and proved that they had the determination and nous to pull off victories even in conditions that did not suit them

Bulletin by Anand Vasu

The Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Australia turn down rescheduling proposal

Aug 26, 2004: Despite a rain-sodden start to the triangular tournament in Amstelveen, in which two of the three fixtures have been washouts, Australia have rejected a proposal to reschedule their matches against India and Pakistan

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Pakistan v Australia, Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Aug 25, 2004: Torrential rain, and a flooded outfield caused Australia's match against Pakistan to be abandoned without a ball being bowled

Bulletin by Wisden Cricinfo staff

India v Australia, Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Ain't broke, but needs tuning

Aug 23, 2004: It will worry India-watchers that the team's A game has been on display only twice in the eight one-day international matches that they have played this fledgling season

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

India v Australia, Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Match abandoned after Clarke's pyrotechnics

Aug 23, 2004: Rain interrupted play with two balls left in Australia's innings

Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Ganguly unhappy with team's lack of consistency

Ganguly - 'We need to be consistent'

Aug 22, 2004: India were comprehensively outplayed by Pakistan in the opening match of the Videocon Cup

Wisden Cricinfo staff

India v Pakistan, Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

India implode to big loss

Aug 21, 2004: Pakistan pulled all the stops and crushed India in the opening match of the Videocon Cup in Amstelveen

Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Videocon Cup, Amstelveen

Tendulkar out of the tournament

Aug 21, 2004: Sachin Tendulkar has been ruled out of the Videocon Cup

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Videocon Trophy, Amstelveen

Cash incentive for Holland tri-series

Aug 10, 2004: The Board of Control for Cricket in India announced today that the winning team in the Videocon Cup tri-series in Holland will take home prizemoney of US$25,000

Anand Vasu

Tri-series involving Australia, India and Pakistan

Holland likely to host triangular tournament

Jan 17, 2004: The one-day triangular series involving Australia, India and Pakistan is likely to be held in Amstelveen, Holland, in August

Wisden Cricinfo staff
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