Loading...
Loading Live Scoring...
*All times CAT (GMT+2)
Please note: Due to rights restrictions, this video is not currently available in your territory.


Mon 17 Jun 2013
00:07:00
Highlights of the ICC Champions Trophy match between Australia and Sri Lanka from Kennington Oval.

Related News


Weather threatens SA v Pakistan clash
The weather may play a role in the outcome of Saturday's Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and...
Kohli told to 'respect team dignity'
Indian star Virat Kohli was ordered to "respect the dignity" of the team on Thursday after he became involved...
Haque suffers bad shoulder injury
Bangladesh batsman Anamul Haque has suffered a total separation of his right shoulder but it was too early to...

Sports Talk



Neil at the World Cup
Week 3
March 5 - Auckland may be a very long way away, but it’s a hell of a city. Big city, that is.

Kepler Wessels
Specialists are the way to go
The Proteas are in a good position at the World Cup in the sense that if all the players in the...

Mpumelelo Mbangwa
Bench strength makes selection tougher
On leaving the shores of South Africa, the Proteas would have had no doubt that they were well...

Haze's Comment
Southpaw weaponry is priceless
There have been some statistics this World Cup that show how the game has changed dramatically.

Related News from


Siddle signs for Lancashire
Peter Siddle will be Lancashire's overseas player for the 2015 season, the English Division Two county has announced.
Domingo wary of Pakistan
Proteas coach Russell Domingo says overcoming Pakistan’s “predictable unpredictability” will be the challenge in their CWC clash.
Indian prisoners watch CWC
Authorities at a prison in cricket-mad India were busy installing cable television to ensure inmates can watch the CWC.
Indian board censure Kohli
India's batting mainstay Virat Kohli has been censured for his ugly outburst against a travelling Indian journalist in Perth.
Weather threatens SA v Pakistan
The weather may play a role in the outcome of the CWC match between the Proteas and Pakistan.
Proteas have hit their stride!
Pat Symcox believes the Proteas have settled nicely at the Cricket World Cup following an earlier loss to India.
Elliott signs for Leicestershire
Leicestershire have acquired the services of experienced NZ all-rounder Grant Elliott for this year's domestic T20 Blast competition.
Pitch adds to Proteas’ puzzle
The quirky NZ v Oz game there a week earlier doesn’t help SA’s planning for Pakistan at Eden Park, writes Rob Houwing.
Ashwin ready for big-hitters
India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is all set for the challenge of facing some of the West Indies' biggest hitters in the game.
Haque suffers bad shoulder injury
Bangladesh batsman Anamul Haque has suffered a total separation of his right shoulder, the team has said.

Shop


The Proteas
20 Years, 20 Landmark Matches by Neil Manthorp
R171.00
The extraordinary book of SA cricket
The Extraordinary Book of South African Cricket is the perfect gift for any cricket fanatic.
R140.00

Sports Poll

Will you make a change to the current Proteas XI to play Pakistan on Saturday, especially if Duminy and Philander are fit?
Yes
No