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Champions League T20: Trinidad & Tobago v Sunrisers Hyderabad, Live Updates

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Sunrisers Hyderabad have won the toss and elected to bowl first.
Here is a look at both the squads:
Trinidad & Tobago: D Ramdin*, S Badree, AB Barath, DM Bravo, RR Emrit, ST Gabriel, S Ganga, E L

Decks cleared for BCCI to impose life ban on Lalit Modi

With the Delhi High Court allowing the BCCI to conduct its Special General Meeting (SGM) in Chennai on Wednesday, the decks are cleared for the board to impose a possible life ban on former IPL chairman Lalit Modi for alleged financial irregularities while being at the helm of cash-rich league from 2008-2010.

England confident Monty Panesar's problems behind him

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London: England insisted Monty Panesar's personal problems were behind him as they included the spinner in a 17-man squad for the defence of the Ashes in Australia.
Long a fans' favourite for his she

Sunrisers Hyderabad faces Caribbean test

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Mohali: Keen to get into winning ways, qualifiers Sunrisers Hyderabad would not be taking a fired up Trinidad and Tobago lightly when the two sides square off in their Group B clash of the Champions

Champions League T20: Trinidad and Tobago test for Sunrisers Hyderabad

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Mohali: Sunrisers Hyderabad, who became the fourth Indian team to enter the main draw of the Champions League T20, face their first big test when they take on Trinidad & Tobago here on Tuesday ni

Déjà Vu for MI

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A year has passed since Mumbai Indians’ forgettable Champions League campaign in South Africa but the script continues to have an eerie resemblance. The 2011 winners bowed out in the group stages after suffering a defeat in the first game and a wash-out in the next and their ongoing journey seems to be running on the same path.

In-form Sunrisers face uphill task against T&T

Sunrisers Hyderabad, who became the fourth Indian team to enter the main draw of the Champions League T20, face their first big test when they take on Trinidad & Tobago here on Tuesday night.

My aim is to finish games for the team, says Raina

Over the six seasons of the Indian Premier League, Chennai Super Kings’ batsmen have developed a knack of rising to the occasion while chasing big totals and Sunday was another day when that quality was displayed in abundance by Suresh Raina and Michael Hussey in their CLT20 game here against Titans.

We are well prepared, says Moody

With four of their players alleged to have ‘fixed’ an Indian Premier League game early this year, the Sunrisers Hyderabad went about their business in a calm manner at the PCA Stadium here on Monday afternoon. “We are only talking about tomorrow’s match,” said coach Tom Moody as his players ground out a two-hour training session.

PCB can’t help Rauf: Rizvi

The Pakistan Cricket Board has no mechanism in place to “convince” retired Test umpire, Asad Rauf to go to Mumbai to face spot-fixing charges, an official said on Monday.

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