England vs South Africa 1st semi final match live score icc champion trophy 2013

Another Knockout match! The dread for Dell stein has come out again. The team South Africa has been bearing the detraction `Chokers` for a long time.This name has been attached permanently with their name for their failure in all knockout matches one after another. A great chance has come in front of them to extrication the blemish.
Today South Africa is going to fight face – to – face with England in the Semi-final of the Champions Trophy. This time they are desperate to blemish the scandal.AB De Viliars said about the high- voltage match, `We all are aware of the expectations of South Africa. But, now the matter of thinking is about England match. The team is much better. To win, we will have to give our best performance.

Captain Cook play for Eng team as a captain
1st Semi-Final: England vs South Africa
Team:            Eng vs SA
Venue:           The Oval, London
Play time:      10:30 local | 09:30 GMT | 15:30 BDT
Day:              Wednesday,June 19,2013
Group:           Knock out (semi-final match)

However, England had to drop their sweat to pass the group period. In the last match of the group, they `tie` with West Indies. But at the end Protia have got the ticket of last four in consideration of better run rate.
The English batting line is strong enough which consists of Alistair Cook, Ian Bell, Jonathan Trott, the young Joye and Rabi Bopara. But the dread is in another side. They have lost with Sri Lanka for their batting failure though they scored 293 runs. Today, Cook are thinking about their bowling before going to the field against the Batting of England team. `We are expecting that, we will get the best performance from our bowler.

Will Dale Steyn be able to play this match for his team?
In One Day Cricket, in 50 matches, South Africa has won 25 and England 21. In Champions Trophy Head – to – Head , England is ahead in 2-1. English have played 39 One Day match in Oval. They won 22 matches and lost 16 matches out of that 39 matches. Their record is not good in this field. They have lost 4 matches out of 6.

England squad
A Cook*, J Anderson, J Bairstow, I Bell, R Bopara, T Bresnan, S Broad, J Buttler†, S Finn, E Morgan, J Root, G Swann, J Tredwell, J Trott, CR Woakes
South Africa squad
AB de Villiers*†, H Amla, F Behardien, JP Duminy, F du Plessis, C Ingram, R Kleinveldt, R McLaren, D Miller, C Morris, A Petersen, R Peterson, AM Phangiso, D Steyn, L Tsotsobe

AB de Villiers Captain for SA team