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Match Day

539dThe Bulletin by S Rajesh

Taylor hat-trick sinks Australia

An inspired performance by West Indies pulled the rug from under the Australians' feet, sending them spiralling to a ten-run defeat in a pulsating contest

539dChris Gayle

Gayle: Why not penalise instigator?

Generally speaking I think that any system which penalizes someone for reacting to a situation but does not reprimand the instigator of that situation needs some sort of review

539dFazeer Mohammed

Reason to believe

Everyone in the house wanted to stay up on Wednesday night to catch the highlights of West Indies' 10-run Champions Trophy victory over Australia

539dCricinfo staff

Ponting ready to avoid England knockout

Ricky Ponting wants to forget Australia's 10-run loss to West Indies and escape any further "slip-ups" when his team faces a must-win scenario against England

539dCricinfo staff

Gayle pays price for outburst

Chris Gayle has been fined 30% of his match fee following an incident with Michael Clarke during Wednesday's one-day win against Australia in Mumbai

539dCricinfo staff

Ponting praises restrained Clarke

Ricky Ponting, the Australian captain, has praised Michael Clarke for the restraint he showed throughout the incident with Chris Gayle during Wednesday's match between Australia and West Indies in Mumbai

539dThe Verdict by Peter English

Time to end the unorthodox

Shane Watson's three-ball zero, Brad Hogg's trio of overs, Jerome Taylor's hat-trick and Runako Morton's successful promotion ahead of Lara, did not go Australia's way as their poor record in the tournament continued.

539dAnand Vasu in Mumbai

Morton's redemption song

Life's come a full circle for Runako Morton and put him down in a good place

539dCricinfo staff

Lara not worried over condition of the pitch

Brian Lara has lifted his game ever so many times when up against the bestin the world. He was hoping his team would do just that as they take onAustralia at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai


210dThe Preview by Anand Vasu

Australia taking nothing for granted

The big boys of the tournament, Australia, get their first outing in theChampions Trophy when they take on West Indies at the Brabourne Stadium inMumbai.

Australia 2nd innings Partnerships

1st12AC GilchristSR Watson
2nd5RT PontingAC Gilchrist
3rd27DR MartynAC Gilchrist
4th37AC GilchristA Symonds
5th101AC GilchristMJ Clarke
6th24MEK HusseyMJ Clarke
7th8GB HoggMEK Hussey
8th0GB HoggB Lee
9th5GB HoggNW Bracken
10th5GD McGrathNW Bracken

ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut)

Group A
Group B
Qualifying Group