ICC Champions Trophy: Group Standing, Fixture and Roll of Honour

ICC Champions Trophy: Group Standing, Fixture and Roll of Honour

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Dhaka, May 31 (UNB) – The 8th edition of the eight-team ICC Champions Trophy is set to kick off at Kennington Oval in London on Thursday.Bangladesh will play the tournament opener against the host England in their Group A match, starting at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time).  In the remaining group matches, Bangladesh will face Australia and New Zealand on June 5 and 9 respectively.Group B comprises of defending champion India, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka.

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Including two semi-finals and final, a total of 15 matches will be held at three venues, Kennington Oval in London, Edgbaston in Birmingham and Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. The final will be held at Kennington Oval on June 18.

 

ICC CT17 Fixtures:

June 1: England vs Bangladesh, Kennington Oval at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 2: Australia vs New Zealand, Edgbaston at 3:30pm (Bangladesh time)

June 3:  Sri Lanka vs South Africa, Kennington Oval at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 4: India vs sPakistan, Edgbaston at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 5: Australia vs Bangladesh, Kennington Oval (d/n) at 6:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 6: England vs New Zealand, Cardiff at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 7: Pakistan vs South Africa, Edgbaston (d/n) at 6:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 8: India vs Sri Lanka, Kennington Oval at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 9: New Zealand vs Bangladesh, Cardiff at 3:30pm (Bangladesh time)

June 10: England vs Australia, Edgbaston at 3:30pm (Bangladesh time)

June 11: India vs South Africa, Kennington Oval at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 12:  Sri Lanka vs Pakistan, Cardiff at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 14: First semi-final (A1 v B2), Cardiff at 3:30pm (Bangladesh time)

June 15: Second semi-final (A2 v B1), Edgbaston at 3:30 pm (Bangladesh time)

June 18: Final, Kennington Oval at 3:30pm (Bangladesh time)

June 19: Reserve day for final game

ICC Champions Trophy Roll of Honour:

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Year           Champion           Finalist        

1998                South Africa               West Indies

2000                New Zealand               India

2002                India, Sri Lanka          India, Sri Lanka

(Joint Champion)

2004                West Indies                 England

2006                Australia                      West Indies

2009                Australia                      New Zealand

2013                India                            England

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