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In Pictures: Champions Trophy XII

June 23, 2013

Jonathan Trott, whose recent form for England has fetched him 209 runs in the tournament, is one of the world's most dependable No 3 batsmen. Paul Gilham / Getty Images
Jonathan Trott, whose recent form for England has fetched him 209 runs in the tournament, is one of the world's most dependable No 3 batsmen. Paul Gilham / Getty Images
James Anderson, left, has for a long time been one of international cricket's top seam bowlers. With 10 wickets in the tournament, the Englishman is an automatic pick for this team. Ian Kington / AFP
James Anderson, left, has for a long time been one of international cricket's top seam bowlers. With 10 wickets in the tournament, the Englishman is an automatic pick for this team. Ian Kington / AFP
Only Dhawan has scored more runs than Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara in the competition so far. He will be ideal at No 4 and will be the reserve wicketkeeper for the side. Andrew Yates / AFP
Only Dhawan has scored more runs than Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara in the competition so far. He will be ideal at No 4 and will be the reserve wicketkeeper for the side. Andrew Yates / AFP
India's Rohit Sharma is unlucky to not make it in the final XI after scoring 168 runs from four games. But he will be 12th man and the reserve opener. Andrew Yates / AFP
India's Rohit Sharma is unlucky to not make it in the final XI after scoring 168 runs from four games. But he will be 12th man and the reserve opener. Andrew Yates / AFP
India's MS Dhoni has not had a lot of time in the middle as a batsman in the competition, but he is one of 50-over cricket's all-time greats. He will be captain and 'keeper. Rui Vieira / AP Photo
India's MS Dhoni has not had a lot of time in the middle as a batsman in the competition, but he is one of 50-over cricket's all-time greats. He will be captain and 'keeper. Rui Vieira / AP Photo
Ravindra Jadeja lends balance not just to his India team but to any side. The ideal man to bat at No 7, he is proving to be a proper left-arm spinner who not only controls the run-rate but also takes wickets, 10 of which have come in this competition. Phi???
Ravindra Jadeja lends balance not just to his India team but to any side. The ideal man to bat at No 7, he is proving to be a proper left-arm spinner who not only controls the run-rate but also takes wickets, 10 of which have come in this competition. Phi???
Lasith Malinga may not lead the bowling charts this time around, but the Sri Lanka paceman bowled a brilliant spell against New Zealand that marks him as perhaps the world's best bowler at the death. He is an asset to any side. Philip Brown / Reuters
Lasith Malinga may not lead the bowling charts this time around, but the Sri Lanka paceman bowled a brilliant spell against New Zealand that marks him as perhaps the world's best bowler at the death. He is an asset to any side. Philip Brown / Reuters
Misbah-ul-Haq, the Pakistan captain, may not be everyone's favourite one-day batsman. But a player of his calibre provides plenty of stability. Lakruwan Wanniarachchi / AFP
Misbah-ul-Haq, the Pakistan captain, may not be everyone's favourite one-day batsman. But a player of his calibre provides plenty of stability. Lakruwan Wanniarachchi / AFP
Mitchell McClenaghan, the New Zealand left-arm fast bowler, is the find of the tournament and leads the charts with 11 wickets from just three games. Rebecca Naden / Reuters
Mitchell McClenaghan, the New Zealand left-arm fast bowler, is the find of the tournament and leads the charts with 11 wickets from just three games. Rebecca Naden / Reuters
India's Shikhar Dhawan has been the leading run-scorer in the tournament, with an aggregate of 332 runs (not including the final), and will open the batting for the composite XI. Matt Dunham / AP Photo
India's Shikhar Dhawan has been the leading run-scorer in the tournament, with an aggregate of 332 runs (not including the final), and will open the batting for the composite XI. Matt Dunham / AP Photo
Alastair Cook will open the innings with Dhawan on the basis of having scored 159 runs. The solid Englishman will be an ideal foil for the more aggressive Dhawan. Michael Steele / Getty Images
Alastair Cook will open the innings with Dhawan on the basis of having scored 159 runs. The solid Englishman will be an ideal foil for the more aggressive Dhawan. Michael Steele / Getty Images
South Africa's Ryan McLaren, right, will be an ideal No 8 batsman and genuine medium-pace option for his team. Sang Tan / AP Photo
South Africa's Ryan McLaren, right, will be an ideal No 8 batsman and genuine medium-pace option for his team. Sang Tan / AP Photo