Airtel T20 Champions League schedule, fixtures announced-check now


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COME SECOND week of September, 2010 and all the cricket crazy fans and people of South Africa will once again witness one of the most awaited championships, ICC Champions League 2010. The championship will begin on September 10th has Sachin Tendulkar led Mumbai Indians opening against Alviro Petersen led Highveld Lions at Wanderers, Johannesburg.
 
The 10 teams which have been chosen to play in this tournament will be divided in two groups of 5 each for which they will have to battle it out to reach the finals. Wanderer stadium, one of the best cricket stadiums in the world will also hold the final match. Apart from Wanderers, Durban and Centurion are slated to hold the semi finals on 24th and 25th respectively. Wanderers will hold the finals on 26th September.
 
The 2010 IPL Champions Chennai Super Kings have been slotted in Group A along with the champions from Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and Sri Lanka. In Group B, our very own, Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore will fight it out along with Redback's from South Australia and West Indies, whose representative will be declared in late July.
 
Prior to the match, BCCI President and Airtel CLT20 Chairman, Shashank Manohar said, “ With 100 international stars qualified to participate through one or more of their Twenty20 teams, fans will be treated to daily battle between the world's best cricketers”.
Incidentally, two or more players have qualified for two or more teams. Some of the players include, Jacques Kallis (Warriors and Royal Challengers Bangalore), Mark Boucher (Warriors and Royal Challengers Bangalore), Makhaya Ntini (Warriors and Chennai Super Kings), Kieron Pollard (South Australian Redbacks and Mumbai Indian), Dwayne Bravo (Victorian Bushrangers and Mumbai Indian) and Cameron White (Victorian Bushrangers and Royal Challengers Bangalore).
 
Ross Taylor of New Zealand became the first man in the history of CLT20 for having being selected in three teams, Central Stags, Victorian Bushrangers and Royal Challengers Bangalore. 
 
 
DATE
TEAM 1
 
TEAM 2
VENUE
TIME
Fri 10 Sep
Mumbai Indians
v
Highveld Lions
Johannesburg
1730
Sat 11 Sep
Warriors
v
Wayamba Elevens
Port Elizabeth
1330
Chennai Super Kings
v
Central Stags
Durban
1730
Sun 12 Sep
Highveld Lions
v
South Australian Redbacks
Centurion
1330
Royal Challengers Bangalore
v
TBC
Centurion
1730
Mon 13 Sep
Warriors
v
Victorian Bushrangers
Port Elizabeth
1730
Tue 14 Sep
Mumbai Indians
v
South Australian Redbacks
Durban
1730
Wed 15 Sep
Victorian Bushrangers
v
Central Stags
Centurion
1330
Chennai Super Kings
v
Wayamba Elevens
Centurion
1730
Thu 16 Sep
Mumbai Indians
v
TBC
Durban
1730
Fri 17 Sep
South Australian Redbacks
v
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Durban
1730
Sat 18 Sep
Warriors
v
Central Stags
Port Elizabeth
1330
Chennai Super Kings
v
Victorian Bushrangers
Port Elizabeth
1730
Sun 19 Sep
Highveld Lions
v
TBC
Johannesburg
1330
Mumbai Indians
v
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Durban
1730
Mon 20 Sep
Victorian Bushrangers
v
Wayamba Elevens
Centurion
1730
Tue 21 Sep
South Australian Redbacks
v
TBC
Johannesburg
1330
Highveld Lions
v
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Johannesburg
1730
Wed 22 Sep
Wayamba Elevens
v
Central Stags
Port Elizabeth
1330
Chennai Super Kings
v
Warriors
Port Elizabeth
1730
Thu 23 Sep
No matches
 
 
Fri 24 Sep
Semi Final 1
1st Group A v 2nd Group B
 
Durban
 
1730
Sat 25 Sep
Semi Final 2
1st Group B v 2nd Group A
 
Centurion
 
1730
Sun 26 Sep
Airtel CLT20 Final
(Winner Semi Final 1 v Winner Semi Final 2)
 
Johannesburg
 
1730
Note: All times listed are South African Standard Time (SAST)


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