Sunday, December 16, 2007

ICL Final Match: Chandigarh Lions vs Chennai Superstars

It is happy to see that India’s rebel cricket league ICL is now the way to end successfully. ICL authorities have become successful to organize the match in the field. Obviously it was a great challenge to them because where BCCI has not left any stone unturned to make ICL unsuccessful. They also have become successful to make the tournament exciting and competitive too. ICL authorities have shown their thumb finger to BCCI officials as their first season is now going to finish on 16th December with the final match between Chandigarh Lions and Chennai Superstars.

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Now, both Chandigarh Lions and Chennai Superstars are going to face each other in the final round of the inaugural ICL Twenty20 championship. Final match will start 18:00 local time (12:30 GMT). It will be a hard chase between these two teams. Both teams will come in the field with the target of win as the winning prize is 1 million dollar. No doubt, it is a big amount of money so, no one wants to miss to collapse the winning prize. Chennai Superstars have made the place in final round after defeating Kolkata Tigers. On the other hand, Chandigarh Lions pulled of a thrilling four-wicket win over Delhi Jets on Saturday evening in the over of the second semi-final of the Indian Cricket League Twenty20 competition. The Chandigarh Lions reached the modest target of 149 runs from 20 overs with two balls to spare. On Sunday evening, they will clash for the championship title against Chennai Superstars. Chennai Superstars won the first semi-final beating the Kolkata Tigers. Before the start of final match, both Delhi Jets and Kolkata Tigers will face to make sure the 3rd Place.

Stuart Law (captain of Chennai Superstars) and Chris Cairns (captain of Chandigarh Lions) the captains of two teams are looking towards the final match. Now, it is the time to see who will be the inaugural ICL Twenty20 championship winning captain, Stuart Law or Chris Cairns.

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