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Monday, September 5, 2011

Teams of Nokia Champions League T20 2011 | Groups

The Champions League 2011 starts from 19th of September where six teams will play in he qualifying stage. Top two teams from pool A and B and the next team with highest points will be selected. Then they will play another 7 already qualified teams for the Trophy which starts from Sept 23.

*Click Here for Points Table
Trinidad and Tobago, Somerset and Kolkata have qualified for the group-stage.

Teams playing Qualiying Stage:
Team
Country
Domestic tournament
Position
Placed in
Auckland Aces New Zealand 2010–11 HRV Cup Winner Pool A
Kolkata Knight Riders  India 2011 Indian Premier League Fourth place Pool A
Trinidad and Tobago  West Indies 2010–11 Caribbean Twenty20 Winner Pool B
Ruhuna Rhinos Sri Lanka 2011 Inter-Provincial Twenty20 Winner Pool B
Leicestershire Foxes England 2011 Friends Life t20 Winner Pool B
Somerset England 2011 Friends Life t20 Runner-up Pool A
Click Here for Fixtures of Qualifying matches

Now the seven other teams from Australia, South Africa and India will join the qualified teams :
Team
Country
Domestic tournament
Position
Placed in
Southern Redbacks Australia 2010–11 KFC Twenty20 Big Bash Winner Group B
New South Wales Blues Australia 2010–11 KFC Twenty20 Big Bash Runner-up Group A
Cape Cobras South Africa 2010–11 Standard Bank Pro20 Winner Group A
Warriors South Africa  2010–11 Standard Bank Pro20 Runner-up Group B
Chennai Super Kings India 2011 Indian Premier League Winner Group A
Royal Challengers Bangalore India 2011 Indian Premier League Runner-up Group B
Mumbai Indians India 2011 Indian Premier League Third place Group A


* Click Here for the fixtures of Nokia Champions League T20.


3 comments:

  1. 3rd place n runnerups are already qualified while winners of certain countries are playing qualifiers hahaha:D

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  2. Give a chance to pakistani;s they ll destroy all the teams INSHALLAH

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  3. Hey hey .. Sure sure pakistani's will destroy the whole world as they are doing right now :P

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