England will be eyeing up a semi-final place in their second ICC Champions Trophy 2013 group game against Sri Lanka tomorrow.
But for Sri Lanka it will be a battle for survival after losing their first game.
West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo has blamed his team's batting performance for their eight-wicket thrashing at the hands of India in their second ICC Champions Trophy 2013 match on Tuesday (11th June).
"We deserved to be on a losing side because we didn't bat properly, we have to be honest with ourselves," said Bravo.
Australia opening batman David Warner has been stood down from his sides ICC Champions Trophy match against New Zealand today (12th June), after being reported for breaching the Cricket Australia (CA) Code of Behaviour.
The 26-year-old has been reported for breaching Rule 6: Unbecoming Behaviour after he was allegedly involved in a physical altercation with an England player in the early hours of Sunday morning.
India became the first team to book their place in the semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy - knocking Pakistan out while doing so - with a comprehensive demolition of the West Indies.
There were several parallels with their defeat of South Africa on Thursday. Shikhar Dhawan hit a century while Ravindra Jadeja was once again mightily impressive with his left-arm spin.
After a loss in their opening fixture, Australia will have to pull together when they take on a confident New Zealand side in the second group game of the ICC Champions Trophy on Wednesday (12th June).
Australia proved to be no match for England as they suffered a 48-run defeat in the opener on Saturday (8th June).
Hashim Amla hailed the performance of South Africa's rising stars after yesterday's 67-run win against Pakistan.
Man-of-the-Match Amla laid the foundations with 81 off 97 balls in their innings of 234 for 9, in the clash at Edgbaston on Monday (10th June).
Australian wicket-keeper Matthew Wade said his team are up for the challenge ahead of their second ICC Champions Trophy 2013 game against New Zealand.
They suffered a 48-run defeat to arch nemesis England in their first game of the campaign.
Australia captain Michael Clarke is set to miss the next ICC Champions Trophy fixture against New Zealand tomorrow (12th June).
Clarke missed the opening 48-run defeat to England due to a long-standing lower back injury.
When Misbah-ul-Haq picked out Hashim Amla at mid-wicket, the partisan Pakistan crowd at the glittering Edgbaston stadium in England's second city started to head for the exits; a fate that now seemingly awaits their team in the tournament.
Their hopes of progression hang by a thread after South Africa prevailed by 67 runs in the fifth match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
With eyes set firmly on the semi-finals, a confident India will be hoping to keep their momentum going as they take on an unpredictable West Indies side in the third Group B match of the ICC Champions Trophy at the Oval tomorrow.
Both teams started their campaigns with a win and know that a win tomorrow will almost guarantee a spot in the semi-finals.
West Indies wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin has been found guilty of conduct contrary to the spirit of the game and has been fined and banned after he claimed a catch that wasn't cleanly taken against Pakistan in the Champions Trophy 2013.
He pleaded not guilty to the charge at an International Cricket Council (ICC) hearing but was nevertheless found guilty of a Level Two breach of the ICC Code of Conduct.
West Indies gained victory over Pakistan in a low-scoring start to their ICC Champions Trophy campaign and captain Dwayne Bravo was pleased with his team's performance as they bowled Pakistan out for just 170 in a hard-fought two-wicket win at the Oval last Friday.
Bravo was happy with the two points earned, seeing the West Indies move to the top of Group B.
New Zealand scrambled over the line to clinch a one-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the tightest game yet in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 in Cardiff.
Mitchell McClenaghan took four wickets to dismiss Sri Lanka for 138 in 36.3 overs but his tally was matched by Lasith Malinga before New Zealand's final pair, Tim Southee and McClenaghan, scored the five runs they needed to take their side to victory.
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At the halfway point, the jury was once again out surrounding the innings played by Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott, but by the time Australia had limped to 221 for nine it had very much given its verdict.
The home side's total of 269 for six proved more than enough for an Australia side seemingly still dazed from their thrashing at the hands of India in the warm-up match on Tuesday.
West Indies returned to the venue of their 2004 ICC Champions Trophy success to beat Pakistan in very similar circumstances in their opening match of the 2013 tournament.
The Oval hosted their two-wicket victory over England almost nine years ago and after bowling Pakistan out for 170, they made heavy weather of their run chase before limping over the line to win - by two wickets once again.
South Africa's desperate start to the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 has taken a further turn for the worse after quick bowler Morne Morkel was ruled out of the remainder of the tournament with a torn thigh muscle.
He suffered the injury during his side's 26-run defeat to India, managing to bowl only 6.5 overs and then having to come in to bat at number 11, by which time the match was all but lost. Chris Morris will replace him in the Proteas' squad.
Australia captain Michael Clarke has been ruled out of his side's opening ICC Champions Trophy 2013 match against England tomorrow (8th June) due to his back injury.
He was forced to sit out the warm-up defeat to India while he underwent specialist assessment in London, where he will remain as George Bailey leads the side out at Edgbaston.
A 127-run opening stand, culminating in a maiden One-Day International century for Shikhar Dhawan, followed by some tight spin bowling gave India a comfortable win over South Africa in the ICC Champions Trophy opener in Cardiff.
The day had a slightly surreal feel to it, starting decidedly chilly, but feeling distinctly like an India home game thanks to the flat and relatively slow pitch and a vociferous crowd - 90 per cent of whom were supporting them.
West Indies spinner Sunil Narine has recently become the number one-ranked One-Day International bowler according to the ICC rankings and he showed exactly why when taking two for 26 during his side's 17-run win over Sri Lanka in their final warm-up game ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.
It was a confidence boost for the 2004 champions after they had been well beaten at the weekend by Australia and has given Narine a lift ahead of their opening game against Pakistan on Friday.