Don't write India or South Africa off, Nasser Hussain warns England skipper Alastair Cook

England's middle order batting crisis worries cricketer-turned-commentator as hosts eye Champions Trophy glory in seaming conditions.

updated: June 17, 2013 19:13 IST
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Cardiff: Alastair Cook may not be bothered about England's opponents in the ICC Champions Trophy semi-finals, but former skipper Nasser Hussain has a word of caution for the 28-year-old captain.

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After England beat New Zealand by 10 runs in a rain-hit match at the Sophia Gardens here on Sunday, Cook said: "We don't mind who we play (in the semis). We're glad we're in this (Champions Trophy last four). We had the quarter-final in one way today and now we look forward to the semi-final, whoever that may be, and look forward to playing well." Cook got the Man of the Match award for his chancy 64 studded with three 'lives'. (Also read: Cook not wary of facing India in semis)

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