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Champions League T20 Betting Odds

Champions League T20 Matches

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Wednesday 17th September 2014

15:30TV

Kolkata (6/4)

Draw (50)

Chennai (8/13)

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Thursday 18th September 2014

15:30TV

Punjab (4/7)

Draw (50)

Hobart (28/17)

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Friday 19th September 2014

15:30

Cape Cobras (4/5)

 

Northern Districts (1)

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Saturday 20th September 2014

11:30

Dolphins (10/9)

 

Perth (1/3)

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15:30

Barbados (13/8)

 

Punjab (1/4)

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Sunday 21st September 2014

11:30

Cape Cobras (8/15)

 

Hobart (10/9)

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15:30

Kolkata (2/5)

 

Lahore (11/10)

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Monday 22nd September 2014

15:30

Dolphins (7/5)

 

Chennai (1/5)

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Tuesday 23rd September 2014

15:30

Hobart (8/15)

 

Northern Districts (1/2)

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Wednesday 24th September 2014

15:30

Kolkata (2/5)

 

Perth (10/9)

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Thursday 25th September 2014

15:30

Chennai (1/100)

 

Lahore (1/100)

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Friday 26th September 2014

11:30

Cape Cobras (1/100)

 

Barbados (1/100)

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15:30

Punjab (1/100)

 

Northern Districts (1/100)

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Saturday 27th September 2014

11:30

Dolphins (1/100)

 

Lahore (1/100)

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15:30

Perth (1/100)

 

Chennai (1/100)

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Sunday 28th September 2014

11:30

Hobart (1/100)

 

Barbados (1/100)

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15:30

Punjab (1/100)

 

Cape Cobras (1/100)

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Monday 29th September 2014

15:30

Kolkata (1/100)

 

Dolphins (1/100)

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Tuesday 30th September 2014

11:30

Perth (1/100)

 

Lahore (1/100)

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15:30

Northern Districts (1/100)

 

Barbados (1/100)

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News

Cook: England can win World Cup

Alastair Cook would be "devastated" if he were to be relieved of his position as England ODI captain before the World Cup.

Cobb heading to Northants

Josh Cobb has continued the Leicestershire exodus by signing a two-year contract with neighbours Northamptonshire.

Windies wrap up Test series

The West Indies wrapped up a 296-run victory against Bangladesh to win the second Test and claim the series.

Clarke out of one-day series

Australia captain Michael Clarke will miss next month's ODI series against Pakistan because of the hamstring injury.

Afridi named T20 captain

Misbah-ul-Haq will captain Pakistan at next year's World Cup, and Shahid Afridi at the 2016 ICC World Twenty20.

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