Icc champions trophy 2013 Features
- West Indies vs Sri Lanka stats: With five defeats on the trot, Port-of-Spain challenges Windies
West Indies lost rain-affected match against Sri Lanka on Monday. A look at the statistical highlights from the clash and how this venue hasn't been auspicious
- Pressure on MS Dhoni: Wins and losses part of game, as are physical limits
Dhoni has played 334 matches since his debut. The team has had mixed fortunes in the 18 occasions when he has been absent. Now, a 'tireless' skipper's body seems to be begging for a break.
- Tri-series in West Indies: The numbers game
As India, Sri Lanka and West Indies gear up for tri-series in the Caribbean, a look at the past records by these teams in the West Indies.
- Birmingham to Jamaica: The evolution of Shikhar Dhawan, Ravindra Jadeja
India's campaign in the Champions Trophy was nothing sort of sensational, with every single opponent being dealt with firmly.
- Champagne, Gangnam and a bit of emotion as Team India party hard
Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni says there is a lot of similarity between the Champions Trophy team and the side that won the 2007 T20 World Cup
- India vs England: Interesting factoids about Edgbaston
Batting first may be the right way forward for the two teams battling for the Champions Trophy crown. Numerical history at Edgbaston, Birmingham, though has a lot more to offer.
- Champions Trophy final, India vs England: The ODI story of Birmingham so far
Win the toss, bat first, score decently and win the match - this has been the mantra at Edgbaston, Birmingham where India and England will go head-to-head in the battle to be the Champions Trophy champions, on Sunday.
- Rohit Sharma must take leaf out of Shikhar Dhawan's book
In 87 ODI innings over 92 matches, Rohit Sharma has been dismissed 36 times for less than ten runs. On 31 further occasions, he has got a start and thrown it away before getting to a half-century
- India vs England: Top players and intense battles to watch out for
Players from both sides have been in good form and while India may have the edge with a loss-less record in the tournament so far, both teams will lock horns with equal aggression.
- India vs England: Last 10 ODIs show MS Dhoni and Co. have the upper hand
The Men in Blue have won eight of the last ten one-day internationals played against England and are largely aware of what Alastair Cook's men are capable of, courtesy numerous meetings in the recent past.