CT 2017: ICC Champions Trophy schedule, match details, time and venue

India's quest for their third Champions Trophy title will begin on 1st June when the top eight teams of the world meet in England and Wales for the prestigious tournament. Before Virat Kohli's men take on Pakistan in a high-intensity encounter on 4 June, India will play two warm-up matches against New Zealand (28 May) and Bangladesh (30 May).

Sri Lanka and South Africa are also part of the same group as India while Australia, New Zealand, England and Bangladesh are in Group A of the tournament which will conclude on 18 June.

Here's a complete schedule of the tournament, including date, time and venue:

Date

Matches

Venue

Time

1 June

England vs Bangladesh, Group A

Kennington Oval

3 pm

2 June

Australia vs New Zealand, Group A

Edgbaston

3 pm

3 June

Sri Lanka vs South Africa,  Group B

Kennington Oval

3 pm

4 June

India vs Pakistan,  Group B

Edgbaston

3 pm

5 June

Australia vs Bangladesh, Group A

Kennington Oval

6 pm

6 June

England vs New Zealand, Group A

Sophia Gardens

3 pm

7 June

Pakistan vs South Africa, Group B

Edgbaston

6 pm

8 June

India vs Sri Lanka, Group B

Kennington Oval

3 pm

9 June

New Zealand vs Bangladesh,  Group A

Sophia Gardens

3 pm

10 June

England vs Australia, Group A

Edgbaston

3 pm

11 June

India vs South Africa,  Group B

Kennington Oval

3 pm

12 June

Sri Lanka vs Pakistan,  Group B

Sophia Gardens

3 pm

14 June

TBC vs TBC, 1st Semi-Final (A1 v B2)

Sophia Gardens

3 pm

15 June

TBC vs TBC, 2nd Semi-Final (A2 v B1)

Edgbaston

3 pm

18 June

TBC vs TBC, Final

Kennington Oval

3 pm


Updated Date: May 23, 2017 15:33 PM

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