Watch Live India vs South Africa Champions Trophy 2013 Match

Watch Live India vs South Africa Champions Trophy 2013 Match

India vs South Africa ICC Champions Trophy 2013 match live broadcast all over the world on 6 June 2013, India vs South Africa Group B match live broadcast from Cardiff at 9: 30 GMT time. India vs South Africa Champions trophy 2013 match live streaming in India at 03: 00 PM while India vs South Africa Champions trophy 2013 1st match live streaming in South Africa at 11: 30 AM.

List of TV Channels which are broadcast live India vs South Africa Cricket match
Star Cricket, ESPN and Doordarshan TV channels broadcast live ICC Champions Trophy 2013 1st match of India vs South Africa in India at 03: 00 PM while Supersport 2 and 5 will be live telecast this match in South Africa at 11: 30 AM. PTV Sports TV channel also broadcast live this match in Pakistan at 2: 30 PM.
This is the 7th and last edition of Champion Trophy, ICC Test World Championship will replace this mini World Cup tournament in 2017. Australia cricket team is the defending champion. Last edition of this tournament held in South Africa in 2009 which won by Australia. Australian cricket team defeat New Zealand Cricket team in the final. Australian Team won two titles in 2006 and in 2009 while South Africa, India, Srilanka, New Zealand and West Indies won this event title one time each.
Indian Team Performance in ICC Champions Trophy
Indian team performance in ICC Champions Trophy tournament is remarkably well as they played 18 matches before last edition and won 10 games and lost only 6 games while 2 games ended at drawn. Indian team won this title in 2002 while runner up in 2000 season.

Indian team performances in ICC Champions Trophy
VS Match Won Lost Drawn
South Africa 2 2 0 0
Pakistan 2 0 2 0
Australia 4 2 1 1
West Indies 3 1 2 0
England 2 2 0 0
Srilanka 1 0 0 1
Zimbabwe 1 1 0 0
Kenya 2 2 0 0
New Zealand 1 0 1 0

Indian Team Performance in ICC Champions Trophy
South African team won 1st edition of ICC Champions Trophy which is held in 1998. South Africa defeat West Indies in final and become inaugural champion. South African team played total 17 matches in this event and loses only 7 matches.
South African team squads
Hashim Amla, Colin Ingram, David Miller, Faf du Plessis, Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Jean-Paul Duminy, AB de Villiers, Rory Kleinveldt, Alviro Petersen, Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel, Aaron Phangis, Robin Peterson and Ryan McLaren.

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