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A man returns home after office hours during heavy rain in downtown Kuala Lumpur. India’s board admitted there have been heavy downpours in the evening over the last few weeks, September 11, 2006. It looks like another Sri Lanka kind of series where the whole series might be washed out. Don’t understand why don’t cricket boards check weather conditions before organizing these events.

 

Courtsey: Cricinfo

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Tri Nation’s Series
Tri Nation’s Series features India, Australia and The West Indies facing off against each other on neutral territory LIVE from Malaysia. With only 5 months left until the biggest showdown in Cricket, the Cricket World Cup, every team has something to prove.September 11 – September 22
7 One Day Internationals

ICC Champion’s Trophy
The ICC Champion’s Trophy, featuring the greatest players in cricket, face off in the most intense competition available before the World Cup. Will the West Indies defend their title? Will Australia continue its’ run? Will the embattled Pakistani side show its mettle and silence its’ critics?

October 7 – November 5
21 One Day Internationals

Alright people, those of you who have been waiting to find out where who is showing the next few cricket series (Malaysia Tri Series, ICC champions trophy) in North America, here is the breakdown.

For Canada, as usual, ATN will be showing the matches on ATN CBN channel. So you just need to subscribe to ATN CBN channel and all cricket is free. 🙂

Team

Channel

Schedules

Malaysia Tri Series Sept. 2006
ICC Champions Trophy Oct. – Nov. 2006

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For US, Dishnetwork will be showing the matches on Pay-per-view.

Tri Nation’s Series $99.95
ICC Champion’s Trophy $99.95

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TRI NATION’S SERIES and ICC CHAMPION’S TROPHY ONLY $149.95

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Phase 1 of the ticketing programme for the 2007 Cricket World Cup to be help in West Indies has finished and the people who applied for these tickets have been sent an email telling them the status of their application. I was successfuly allocated 4 seats for two matches that we are planning to go and attend.

These matches are:

  • Apr 11 (Barbados) – India vs England
  • Apr 15 (Barbados) – India vs Pakistan

For those of you, who wish to travel to see the matches and haven’t bought the tickets yet, you can check out the Offical Cricket World Cup 2007 Site to apply for the remaining tickets.

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