ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Results: Complete results, fixtures from Champions Trophy

The eighth edition of the ICC Champions Trophy is slated to begin from June 1. India will be vying to defend the title which they won in 2013, while, hosts England will hope to lift their maiden trophy. The final is scheduled to be played at the Oval on June 18.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 12, 2017 9:42 am
India, Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, England, South Africa and Sri Lanka will be contesting to win the 2017 Champions Trophy title.

The eighth edition of the ICC Champions Trophy is slated to begin from June 1. Team India will be vying to defend the title which they won under the captaincy of MS Dhoni in 2013, while, hosts England will hope to lift their maiden trophy in their own backyard. The tournament begins with England taking on Bangladesh in Group A match while the last group stage match will see Sri Lanka playing Pakistan on June 12. The top two teams from each group will progress to the knockout stage while the winners from the semifinals will meet on June 18 at The Oval in the Finale. In the warm-up matches, India eked out massive wins over New Zealand and Bangladesh, while Pakistan, Australia and the Kiwis won one match each from their two matches. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka were the only two sides who suffered defeats in both their warm-up matches. IndianExpress.com will bring you the latest results of the matches played at the ICC Champions Trophy.

June 1, Thursday – England beat Bangladesh by 8 wickets

June 2, Friday – New Zealand vs Australia abandoned with rain washing out play

June 3, Saturday – South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 96 runs

June 4, Sunday – India beat Pakistan by 124 runs (D/L)

June 5, Monday – Australia vs Bangladesh abandoned with rain washing out play

June 6, Tuesday – England beat New Zealand by 87 runs

June 7, Wednesday – Pakistan beat South Africa by 19 runs (D/L method)

June 8, Thursday – Sri Lanka beat India by 7 wickets

Jun 9, Friday – Bangladesh beat New Zealand by 5 wickets

June 10, Saturday – England beat Australia by 40 runs

June 11, Sunday – India beat South Africa by 8 wickets

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