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The opening match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 will be played between India and South Africa at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. South has looked hapless in the lead up to the tournament, while India have impressed at every chance. Can they add the Champions Trophy to their world cup title?
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South Africa will enter a new era, going into a huge tournament without the experience of Jacques Kallis and Graeme Smith. This will provide chances to some youngsters in the form of Colin Ingram and David Miller to show their worth, but on such a huge stage it will not be an easy task. Dale Steyn might miss the opening match, due to a side-strain, which compels South Africa’s problems. Captain AB de Villiers will have the weight of the world on his shoulders, he will be hoping that the experience of Hashim Amla will provide the spark at the top of the order that they need, if he bats through the innings like he is accustomed to doing, the task will be much easier for the young middle order.
India has the added benefit of playing both their warm-up matches in Cardiff, giving them firsthand knowledge of the local condition and pitch behavior. The Indian selectors will be scratching their heads about team selection, after Karthik scored two brilliant centuries in the warm-up matches, he simply cannot be ignored. Similar to South Africa they will be without Yuvraj, Gambhir and Sehwag, the main difference being that the youngsters have put up their hands. With Yadav and Sharma firing on all cylinders, backed up by the spin of Ashwin and Jadeja, it will be a hard task to crack the Indian bowling attack.
On paper, India simply look the stronger side, with not a lot pointing towards a South African victory. Can South Africa shake of the chokers tag, or will it comes back to haunt them once again?