Captain: Michael Clarke
Sri Lanka v Australia: Group A - ICC Champions Trophy
17 Jun, 2013 90 Photos
Ashes rivals face off at Edgbaston as Australia seek to extend their ODI record over the home side
Bangladesh is keen to build on its growing reputation in the 50-over game with another big scalp
In England, these two sides have played against each other thrice, with both teams winning a match each and one being abandoned.
“We know how intense this event can be and we are under no illusion that it will be any different next year," says Dhoni
Defending champion India is seeded second and leads Group B, which also comprises third seed South Africa, fifth seed Sri Lanka and eighth seed Pakistan.
Cook, Misbah back in the top 10 of batting rankings, India strengthens its lead as the number-one ranked ODI team
The Australian captain feels losing to England by 45 runs really hurt his side's chances
Sri Lanka joins England as Group A semifinalists, will face India in Cardiff
A win for Sri Lanka will guarantee it a semi-final spot, but rain could spoil the fun yet again
A look at some of the stats before the match between Australia and Sri Lanka
Australia's Michael Clarke believes that the game against Sri Lanka will be a tough battle for both sides
Warner has been fined $11,500 and suspended until the first Ashes Test
The stand-in Australian skipper says he is happy with the team's performance but is disappointed with the no-result
Teams share points after match is called off due to persistent rain
Warner reported for allegedly being involved in a physical altercation with an English player after the ICC Champions Trophy match between the teams in Birmingham
Australian physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said Clarke is continuing to have intensive treatment in London
We miss Clarke every time he's not with us, says Australia's stand-in skipper
Some of the facts and numbers before Australia's clash against New Zealand on Wednesday
Australian captain felt lack of partnerships upfront dented their chances.
The Australia team has been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate during its Group A match in the ICC Champions Trophy