The ICC Champions Trophy comes to England for fifteen matches of (hopefully) cricketing excellence. The action gets underway on Thursday 1 June as England take on Bangladesh at the Oval.
England has never won since the tournament began in 1998 - will it succeed in a One Day International tournament on home soil? The last one in 2013 was won by India.
When is the Champions Trophy on?
Showdowns then include New Zealand v Australia, India v Pakistan and England v Australia on 10 June. The final is at the Oval on Sunday 18 June.
Here’s the complete fixture list
England v Bangladesh (Oval): Thursday 1 June
Australia v New Zealand (Edgbaston): Friday 2 June
Australia v Bangladesh (Oval): Monday 5 June
England v New Zealand (Cardiff): Tuesday 6 June
New Zealand v Bangladesh (Cardiff): Friday 9 June
England v Australia (Edgbaston): Saturday 10 June
Sri Lanka v South Africa (Oval): Saturday 3 June
India v Pakistan (Edgbaston): Sunday 4 June
Pakistan v South Africa (Edgbaston): Wednesday 7 June
India v Sri Lanka (Oval): Thursday 8 June
India v South Africa (Oval): Sunday 11 June
Sri Lanka v Pakistan (Cardiff): Monday 12 June
Semi-Final 1, A1 v B2 (Cardiff): Wednesday 14 June
Semi-Final 2, A2 v B1 (Edgbaston): Thursday 15 June
Final (Oval): Sunday 18 June
Where can you watch it?
Full coverage of the Champions Trophy will be on Sky Sports in the UK. All the group stage matches will be shown live on Sky Sports 2, while the semi finals and final will be on Sky Sports 1.
If you don’t have Sky Sports it’s easy enough to subscribe.
If you’re new to Sky then you can join Sky Sports from £49.50 per month
If you already have Sky you can currently get the Sports package for £18 extra for the first 3 months
Another great way to access the Champions Trophy coverage without buying full Sky is purchasing a NOW TV pass. You can buy a day, week or month pass to Sky Sports to watch on your smart TV, phone or tablet.
Is there an app for that?
Yep. You can sign into the Sky Go if you are subscribed to Sky Sports to watch the Champions Trophy on your phone or tablet.
Not in the UK? Not a problem
You can watch the Champions Trophy even if you're not in the UK by using a VPN, provided you have a Sky Sports subscription. A VPN is software that allows you to access blocked content even if you're not in the country. A VPN also improves your privacy while surfing.
Simply installing on your computer, phone or tablet will allow you to watch the ICC Champions Trophy if you're outside the UK.