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Ten-team CLT20 from Sept. 23

Mumbai: The 10-team Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20) will be played at Bangalore, Chennai and Kolkata from September 23 to October 9. The inaugural match will be played at Bangalore, which has also been allotted a semifinal. The second semifinal and final will be played at Chennai.

Seven teams — South Australian Redbacks and NSW Blues (Australia), Warriors and Cape Cobras (South Africa), Chennai Super Kings, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians (India) — have qualified for the main tournament.

The Stage I qualifier to determine three more teams will be played at Hyderabad from September 19 to 21.

The six teams that will take part in the qualifier are Kolkata Knight Riders (fourth, IPL), Trinidad and Tobago (champion, West Indies), Auckland Aces (champion, New Zealand), one team from Sri Lanka and two from England. The top three teams from the qualifier will advance to Stage II of the league. — Special Correspondent 

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