ICC Champions Trophy Schedule and Fixture

ICC Chanpions Trophy 2013

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The ICC Champions Trophy 2013, the seventh and the last edition of the ICC tournament, begins June 6, 2013 in England. The ICC Champions Trophy schedule consists of 18 days.

Squads | Points Table

The ICC tournament, which was first played in 1998 in as the ICC Knock Out Trophy, will have eight teams participating in two groups. Group A consists of Australia, New Zealand, England and Sri Lanka, while Group B consists of India, Pakistan, South Africa and West Indies.

According to the ICC Champions Trophy schedule, India play their first match against South Africa at Cardiff on June 6. However, clash of the tournament – India vs Pakistan is scheduled on June 15 at Edgbaston.

Interestingly, in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 fixture, there are only three day-night games and Sri Lanka figure in two. They are to be played at The Oval – against England on June 13 and against Australia on June 17.

The semi-finals are to be played on June 19 and 20. The ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Final is scheduled on June 23 at Edgbaston.

The Champions Trophy schedule:

The two groups are:

Group A Group B
AustraliaIndia
EnglandPakistan
New ZealandSouth Africa
Sri LankaWest Indies

The following is the schedule of warm-up matches:

 

Date and TimeMatch
1st Warm-up, Thu May 30 (D/N)
12:00 GMT | 17:30 IST
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Scorecard | Match Abandoned
2nd Warm-up, Sat June 1
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
India vs Sri Lanka
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Scorecard | Match Report
3rd Warm-up, Sat June 1 (D/N)
12:00 GMT | 17:30 IST
Australia vs West Indies
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Scorecard | Match Report
4th Warm-up, Mon June 3
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Pakistan vs South Africa
Kennington Oval, London
Scorecard | Match Report
5th Warm-up, Tue June 4
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Australia vs India
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Scorecard | Match Report
6th Warm-up, Tue June 4
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Sri Lanka vs West Indies
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Scorecard | Match Report

 

Date and TimeMatch
1st Match, Thu June 6
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Group B – India vs South Africa
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Scorecard | Match Report
2nd Match, Fri June 7
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Group B – Pakistan vs West Indies
Kennington Oval, London
Scorecard | Match Report
3rd Match, Sat June 8
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Group A – England vs Australia
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Scorecard | Match Report
4th Match, Sun June 9
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Group A – New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Scorecard | Match Report
5th Match, Mon June 10 (D/N)
12:00 GMT | 17:30 IST
Group B – Pakistan vs South Africa
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Scorecard | Match Report
6th Match, Tue June 11
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Group B – India vs West Indies
Kennington Oval, London
Scorecard | Match Report
7th Match, Wed June 12
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Group A – Australia vs New Zealand
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Scorecard | Match Report
8th Match, Thu June 13 (D/N)
12:00 GMT | 17:30 IST
Group A – England vs Sri Lanka
Kennington Oval, London
Scorecard | Match Report
9th Match, Fri June 14
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Group B – South Africa vs West Indies
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Scorecard | Match Report
10th Match, Sat June 15
09:30 GMT |15:00 IST
Group B – India vs Pakistan
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Scorecard | Match Report
11th Match, Sun June 16
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
Group A – England vs New Zealand
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Scorecard | Match Report
12th Match, Mon June 17 (D/N) 12:00 GMT | 17:30 ISTGroup A – Australia vs Sri Lanka
Kennington Oval, London
Scorecard | Match Report
1st Semi-final, Wed June 19 09:30 GMT | 15:00 ISTEngland vs South Africa
Kennington Oval, London
Scorecard | Match Report
2nd Semi-final, Thu June 20 09:30 GMT | 15:00 ISTIndia vs Sri Lanka
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Scorecard | Match Report
Final – Sun June 23
09:30 GMT | 15:00 IST
England vs India
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Scorecard | Match Report

 

India, Pakistan clubbed in same pool in Champions Trophy. World Cup champions India will clash with arch-rivals Pakistan in a high-voltage 2013 Champions Trophy match at Edgbaston in Birmingham after taking on South Africa in their inaugural game of group-B on June 6 in Cardiff.

Top eight teams in the ICC ODI rankings will compete in the tournament, which will be held for the last time as the world body of the game has decided to scrap it after this edition.

Cardiff, Edgbaston and The Oval will each host four group matches of the competition that will see the eight teams divided into two pools of four each.

Group A will feature Australia, England, New Zealand and Sri Lanka with India, Pakistan, South Africa and West Indies contesting in Group B.

The top two teams from each group will advance to the semifinals, to be played at The Oval and Cardiff, with the winners then progressing to the final at Edgbaston on June 23.

Hosts England, will kick off their campaign against defending champions Australia at Edgbaston on June 8.