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South Africa's Champions Trophy post-mortem

Smith unconcerned as South Africa slide down rankings

Sep 22, 2004: South Africa's shellshocked cricket team arrived back home on Tuesday night, with their captain, Graeme Smith, brushing aside the relevance of his side's slump into the bottom four of the recently-updated one-day international rankings

Ken Borland

Dwayne Bravo

'I took my chance with both hands'

Sep 22, 2004: Dwayne Bravo made a calm and assured start to his Test career this summer, gaining success with both bat and ball as West Indies hailed a new allround star

England v Sri Lanka, Southampton, Pool D

A shambles at Southampton

Sep 21, 2004: We received a large number of complaints about the organisation of the England v Sri Lanka match at the Rose Bowl last Friday and Saturday

Richard Seeckts

Australia v England, Champions Trophy, Edgbaston

'We were outbowled and outbatted,' admits Ponting

Sep 21, 2004: quotes

Anand Vasu at Edgbaston

Pakistan v W Indies, Champions Trophy, Rose Bowl

A crack at redemption for West Indies

Sep 21, 2004: A West Indies-Pakistan encounter may not quite have the zing of an Australia-England clash, but there are enough entertainers in both sides to make the game a cracker

Preview by S Rajesh

Australia v England, Champions Trophy, Edgbaston

Absentee spectators tarnish England's big day

Sep 21, 2004: On a cold day at Edgbaston, when an ICC Champions Trophy semi-final transformed into an Ashes clash, the crowds stayed away

Roving Reporter by Anand Vasu at Edgbaston

Australia v England, Champions Trophy, Edgbaston

Beating Australia at their own game

Sep 21, 2004: The Eric Hollies stand might have been half empty, but there was no doubt that the crowd's glasses were more than half full

The Wisden Verdict by Emma John at Edgbaston

Australia v England, Champions Trophy, Edgbaston

Vaughan leads England to victory

Sep 21, 2004: England ended their 14-match losing streak in one-dayers against Australia, thrashing them by six wickets at Edgbaston to enter the finals of the Champions Trophy

The Bulletin by Liam Brickhill

ICC Champions Trophy

Give them an A

Sep 21, 2004: Instead of undermining the Champions Trophy with gross mismatches, the ICC would do well to ponder a Plate competition involving the minnows and the emerging talent showcased by A teams

Dileep Premachandran

ICC Champions Trophy 2004

Brad Hogg flies home with hamstring tear

Sep 21, 2004: Australia's left-arm spinner, Brad Hogg, has been ruled out of the remaining matches of the Champions Trophy, after sustaining a tear to his left hamstring

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia v England, Champions Trophy, Edgbaston

Buchanan brushes aside comparison to Ashes

Sep 21, 2004: Australia's coach, John Buchanan, has scotched suggestions that today's match between Australia and England would give an insight into the teams' prospects for next summer's Ashes series

Wisden Cricinfo staff

ICC media release

Tickets available for semi-finals

Sep 20, 2004: Warwickshire County Cricket Club have confirmed they are to leave 5,000 tickets on the gate for the Champions Trophy semi-final

Australia v England, Champions Trophy, Edgbaston

England's luck could be in

Sep 20, 2004: England will fancy their chances of upsetting the form back as they take on the world champions Australia at Edgbaston on Tuesday

Preview by Jenny Thompson

India v Pakistan, Edgbaston, Pool C

Ganguly: 'We did not deserve to win'

Sep 19, 2004: Sourav Ganguly blamed the Indian batting for today's defeat to Pakistan in the Champions Trophy game at Edgbaston

Wisden Cricinfo staff

India v Pakistan, Edgbaston, Pool C

Stepping out of the shadows

Sep 19, 2004: It wasn't the high-scoring slug-fest that most of Edgbaston was looking for, but there was still enough excitement to ensure that a full-house at the stadium - basking in surprisingly clear weather for most of the day - got its money's worth

The Wisden Verdict by S Rajesh

India v Pakistan, Edgbaston, Pool C

Youhana scripts a famous win

Sep 19, 2004: A magnificent unbeaten 81 from Yousuf Youhana, and a devastating late cameo from Shahid Afridi (25 from 12 balls) made all the difference as Pakistan held their nerve to win a thrilling encounter at Edgbaston

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

India v Pakistan, Edgbaston, Pool C

Pakistan on the rise

Sep 19, 2004: Five months ago, India would have gone into a game against Pakistan fully expecting to pull off a win

Preview by S Rajesh

India v Pakistan, ICC Champions Trophy, Pool C

Woolmer: 'Indians can't hook'

Sep 19, 2004: Let the mind-games begin

Wisden Cricinfo staff

West Indies v South Africa, The Oval, Pool B

Pizza helps Gibbs to hundred

Sep 18, 2004: Herschelle Gibbs: the importance of a balanced diet ..

Wisden Cricinfo staff

South Africa v West Indies, The Oval, Pool B

Gibbs's secret ingredient

Sep 18, 2004: The Wisden Verdict by John Stern at The Oval

The Wisden Verdict by John Stern at The Oval
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Tournament Results
England v West Indies at The Oval - Sep 25, 2004
West Indies won by 2 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
Pakistan v West Indies at Southampton - Sep 22, 2004
West Indies won by 7 wickets (with 131 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Birmingham - Sep 21, 2004
England won by 6 wickets (with 21 balls remaining)
India v Pakistan at Birmingham - Sep 19, 2004
Pakistan won by 3 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
South Africa v West Indies at The Oval - Sep 18-19, 2004
West Indies won by 5 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)
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