Champions League T20 Schedule Inaugural Edition | Champions League T20 Schedule International Champions Fixtures | During The Tournament

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Champions League Twenty20, an International Twenty20 Cricket Tournament will be held from 10 to 26 September 2010 in South Africa. Champions League T20 Teams are Central Districts, Chennai Super Kings, Guyana, Lions, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, South Australia, Victoria, Warriors and wayamba.

Champions League Twenty20, an International Twenty20 Cricket Tournament will be held from 10 to 26 September 2010 in South Africa. Champions League T20 Teams are Central Districts, Chennai Super Kings, Guyana, Lions, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, South Australia, Victoria, Warriors and wayamba.

The Airtel Champions League T20 2010 is the most exciting cricket tournament played by club teams of various countries. Domestic teams of India, Australia, South Africa, England, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and West Indies will once again compete for the title of T20 Champions this September. Started with 8 teams in 2008 (later cancelled), 12 teams in 2009, this year there are 10 teams divided in 2 groups clashing in round robin format from 10th to 26 September 2010. Top two teams from each group will advance to the semi-finals.

There will be total 23 matches evenly distributed across four venues Johannesburg, Centurion, Durban and Port Elizabeth. While the semi-finals will be played in Durban and Centurion, the Wanderers in Johannesburg will add another historical page of final in its cricket book. The opening match of Airtel Champions League T20 2010 (or CLT 2010) will be played at Wanderers, where Sachin Tendulkar's Mumbai Indians clash with Alviro Petersen's Highveld Lions.

There would be complete scrutiny of every ball bowled during the tournament as the cricket world is on shock after the fixing allegations on Pakistani Team and their player in the alleged sting video admitting the match fixing, followed by which some allegation have forced on the matches of IPL as well however none of the players have been mentioned as of now.

The joke's on everyone involved in the game, unless someone who has real love for the game steps in and goes to the bottom of it increasingly bottomless pit there is no hope.Money is not a double edged sword, its not the devil behind all evil.Money coming into the game is good, used well can cures this immoral disease.

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