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Champions League 2013 (CLT20) Schedule

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Champions League 2013 (CLT20) Schedule

Bangalore, July 23: Champions League Twenty20 2013 (CLT20) will be held in India from September 17 to October 6.

All Squads; Points Table; Results; Must-know facts about CLT20; Photos; Dhoni's new hairdo

The qualifiers will be from September 17 to 20. In the main stage opener, IPL 6 champions Mumbai Indians face Rajasthan Royals at Jaipur on September 21.

On September 18, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Otago Volts qualified for main draw

Here are the groups and full schedule

Groups

Group A: Mumbai Indians (India), Highveld Lions (South Africa), Perth Scorchers (Australia), Rajasthan Royals (India), Otago Volts (New Zealand).

Group B: Chennai Super Kings (India), Titans (South Africa), Brisbane Heat (Australia), Trinidad & Tobago (West Indies), Sunrisers Hyderabad (India).

Qualifiers: Q1 - Otago Volts (New Zealand); Q2 - Sunrisers Hyderabad (India); Q3 - Kandurata Maroons (Sri Lanka); Q4 - Faisalabad Wolves (Pakistan)

Note: Q1/Q3 will enter Group A, if either of them makes it to the Group Stage. Q2/Q4 will enter Group B, if either of them makes it to the next round. If Q1 and Q3 both make it to the Group Stage, then Q1 will enter Group A, and Q3 will enter Group B. If Q2 and Q4 both make it to the Group Stage, then Q2 will enter Group B, and Q4 will enter Group A.

Qualifying Stage (all matches in Mohali, moved from Hyderabad on September 2)

September 17

Otago Volts Vs Faisalabad Wolves (4PM IST) - Otago won

Sunrisers Hyderabad Vs Kandurata Maroons (8PM IST) - Sunrisers won

September 18

Otago Volts Vs Kandurata Maroons (4PM IST) - Otago won to qualify for main draw

Sunrisers Hyderabad Vs Faisalabad Wolves (8PM IST) - Sunrisers won to make main draw

September 19 (Rest Day)

September 20

Faisalabad Wolves Vs Kandurata Maroons (4PM IST) - Wolves won

Sunrisers Hyderabad Vs Otago Volts (8PM IST) - Otago won

Main Stage

September 21 (Sawai Man Singh Stadium, Jaipur)

Rajasthan Royals Vs Mumbai Indians (8PM IST) - Royals won

September 22 (JSCA International Cricket Stadium, Ranchi)

Brisbane Heat Vs Trinidad and Tobago (4PM IST) - Trinidad won

Chennai Super Kings Vs Titans (8PM IST) - CSK won

September 23 (Sardar Patel Stadium, Ahmedabad)

Highveld Lions Vs Perth Scorchers (4PM IST) - Match abandoned due to rain

Mumbai Indians Vs Qualifier - Otago Volts (8PM IST) - Match abandoned due to rain

September 24 (PCA Stadium, Mohali)

Titans Vs Brisbane Heat (4PM IST) - Titans won

Trinidad and Tobago Vs Qualifier - Sunrisers Hyderabad (8PM IST) - Sunrisers won

September 25 (Jaipur)

Perth Scorchers Vs Qualifier - Otago Volts (4PM IST) - Otago won

Rajasthan Royals Vs Highveld Lions (8PM IST) - Royals won

September 26 (Ranchi)

Chennai Super Kings Vs Qualifier - Sunrisers Hyderabad (8PM IST) - Chennai won

September 27 (Moved to Jaipur from Ahmedabad on September 25)

Highveld Lions Vs Mumbai Indians (8PM IST) - Mumbai won

September 28 (Ranchi)

Titans Vs Qualifier - Sunrisers Hyderabad (4PM IST) - Titans won

Chennai Super Kings Vs Brisbane Heat (8PM IST) - Chennai won

September 29 (Jaipur)

Highveld Lions Vs Qualifier - Otago Volts (4PM IST) - Otago won in Super Over

Rajasthan Royals Vs Perth Scorchers (8PM IST) - Rajasthan won

September 30 (Ahmedabad)

Titans Vs Trinidad and Tobago (4PM IST) - Trinidad won by D/L method

Brisbane Heat Vs Qualifier - Sunrisers Hyderabad (8PM IST) - Match abandoned due to rain

October 1 (Jaipur)

Rajasthan Royals Vs Qualifier - Otago Volts (8PM IST)

October 2 (Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi)

Mumbai Indians Vs Perth Scorchers (4PM IST) - Mumbai won

Chennai Super Kings Vs Trinidad and Tobago (8PM IST) - Trinidad won

October 3 (Rest Day)

October 4 (Jaipur)

Semi-final 1: A1 Vs B2 (8PM IST) - Rajasthan Royals Vs Chennai Super Kings - Rajasthan won

October 5 (Delhi)

Semi-final 2: A2 Vs B1 (8PM IST) - Mumbai Indians Vs Trinidad and Tobago - Mumbai won

October 6 (Delhi) 

Final (8PM IST) - Mumbai Indians defeated Rajasthan Royals by 33 runs

Note: All Hyderabad matches were moved to Mohali and other venues on September 2

Previous Champions

2009 - NSW Blues (Australia)

2010 - Chennai Super Kings (India)

2011 - Mumbai Indians (India)

2012 - Sydney Sixers (Australia)

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Story first published:  Tuesday, July 23, 2013, 15:13 [IST]

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