The year’s just about began and already it is resonating with the joy of the upcoming crickinfo events. The cricket craze in India has now reached a fever presentation. The hardcore cricket enthusiasts have already made space on their respective organizers and diaries to cater to their cricket watching plan. Neither rain, nor sleet and apparently nor work will pry a true cricket fan from his tv set or in some extreme cases the cricket auditorium. India issues up for not one but three cricket tourneys, set to come about one after another, which is without taking into consideration the Ashes series, and the tours. ICC Champions Trophy 2017
So we have the ICC Can certainly Cricket World Cup which will be the 10th Women’s World Cup and the third to be hosted by our country. Although controversy involving the Pakistani players hovers over the event such as a threatening black cloud, our male athletes are practicing real hard to ensure that India’s faith in them is justified. The Women’s crickinfo World Cup is placed to begin on January 31st and end by February seventeenth. The second in the lineup is the Native american Premier League 2013, planned from the 3rd of April through 22nd Might. The starting match is slated to be a nail biter as it will be played between last year’s IPL trophy winners- the Kolkata Dark night Riders and the Delhi Daredevils. Last but not least is the ICC Champions Trophy organized by the International Cricket Authorities.
The ICC Champions Trophy schedule will see India battling it out with South Africa on sixth of June at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff implemented by Pakistan clashing against West Indies, on seventh of June. Eight groups are set to get involved in the championship and they will be put into two groups of four. Each team will face every other team in their group once with both top clubs proceeding to the titles. The winners of either group will face the runners-up of the other group and the individual winners will progress to the finals which will take place at Edgbaston on Sunday 23 Summer.
The money is on India, even if almost all of her stalwarts are either retired or injured. For the brighter side, apart from the regulars like Dhoni, Sehwag, Kohli and Sharma, we have some appealing talents such as Pujara, Ashwin et al. The ICC Champions Trophy reports and events will be covered and followedup by Star Cricket and ESPN.