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VOTE: Who will win the ICC Champions Trophy?

VOTE: Who will win the ICC Champions Trophy?

Pick your ICC Champions Trophy winner

The ICC Champions Trophy is just around the corner, and we would like to know who you think will be crowned champions when the tournament concludes on Sunday 18 June.

From Thursday 1 June, England, Australia, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, New Zealand, South Africa and Sri Lanka will compete in the biggest 50-over competition in world cricket for the chance to lift the coveted ICC Champions Trophy.

Cast your vote below – the team that receives the most votes will be announced on Wednesday 31 May.

England

ICC Champions Trophy record

Best result: Runners-up (2013)
Last result: Runners-up
Best player: Joe Root

Australia

ICC Champions Trophy record

Best result: Winners (2006 & 2009)
Last result: Group stage
Best player: David Warner

India

ICC Champions Trophy record

Best result: Winners (2002 & 2013)
Last result: Winners (2013)
Best player: Virat Kohli

South Africa

 

ICC Champions Trophy record

Best result: Winners (1998)
Last result: Semi-final
Best player: AB de Villiers


New Zealand

ICC Champions Trophy record

Best result: Winners (2000)
Last result: Group stage
Best player: Kane Williamson


Sri Lanka

ICC Champions Trophy record

Best result: Winners (2002)
Last result: Semi-final
Best player: Lasith Malinga

Bangladesh

ICC Champions Trophy record

Best result: Group stage
Last result: Qualification (2006)
Best player: Shakib Al Hasam

Pakistan

ICC Champions Trophy record

Best result: Semi-final
Last result: Group stage
Best player: Mohammad Amir

Watch England in Manchester

Get your tickets to watch England at Emirates Old Trafford this summer with South Africa and the West Indies both making the trip to the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club in 2017.

First up for England is the fourth Investec Test Match against South Africa from Friday 4 – Tuesday 8 August, before the West Indies make the trip to Manchester to face the Three Lions in the first Royal London One-Day International on Tuesday 19 September.

Tickets to watch England this summer start from just £20 for adults and £5 for juniors, and offer much more than access to watch international cricket. With plenty of action away from the field including family games and activities, music, and plenty of food and drink in our Foster’s Fan Village – you won’t want to miss out on our biggest summer of cricket yet.

Hurry…with over 45,000 tickets already sold, spaces are becoming limited.

You can buy your tickets online, by phoning 08444 999 666* or emailing tickets@lccc.co.uk

BUY TICKETS

*Calls to 08444 999 666 cost 5p per minute from a BT landline, other networks and mobiles will vary.

 
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