ICC Champions Trophy: Full Schedule, Time, Date And Venue & India Squad

ICC Champions Trophy is notably known as the “Mini World Cup” where eight country’s team meets together in England from June 1 to 18th. The first game of the 2017 edition of the ICC Champions Trophy will take part between hosts England and Bangladesh at the Kennington Oval at 3 pm.

India’s, who was the defending champions, the first opening game will play between Pakistan followed with Sri Lanka and South Africa.

Here are the schedule of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017

Group A                                                            

1st June – Match England vs Bangladesh at Kennington Oval at 3 pm.

2nd June – Match Australia vs New Zealand at Edgbaston at 3 pm.

5th June – Match Australia vs Bangladesh at Kennington Oval at 6 pm.

6th June – Match England vs New Zealand at Sophia Gardens at 3 pm.

9th June – Match New Zealand vs Bangladesh at Sophia Gardens at 3 pm.

10th June – Match England vs Australia at Edgbaston at 3 pm.

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Group B

3rd June – Match Sri Lanka vs South Africa at Kennington Oval at 3 pm.

4th June – Match India vs Pakistan at Edgbaston at 3 pm.

7th June – Match Pakistan vs South Africa at Edgbaston at 6 pm.

8th June – Match India vs Sri Lanka at Kennington Oval at 3 pm.

11th June – Match India vs South Africa at Kennington Oval at 3 pm.

12th June – Match Sri Lanka vs Pakistan at Sophia Gardens at 3 pm.

For 1st Semi-Final and 2nd Semi-Final

14th June – 1st Semi-Final match will play between A1 vs B2 at Sophia Gardens at 3 pm.

15th June – 2nd Semi-Final match will play between A2 vs B1 at Edgbaston at 3 pm.

18th June – Final match will play at Kennington Oval at 3 pm.

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ICC Champions Trophy India team Squad: Virat Kohli (cpt), Ravichandran Ashwin, Jasprit Bumrah, Shikhar Dhawan, MS Dhoni (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Hardik Pandya, Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Yuvraj Singh, and Manish Pandey.

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