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2017-06-19 07:31

Cape Town - A comprehensive wrap of all the fixtures, results and match reports from the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy in England.

THURSDAY, JUNE 1

England v Bangladesh

Result: England won by eight wickets

FRIDAY, JUNE 2

Australia v New Zealand

Result: No result

SATURDAY, JUNE 3

Sri Lanka v South Africa 

Result: South Africa won by 96 runs

SUNDAY, JUNE 4

India v Pakistan 

Result: India won by 124 runs

MONDAY, JUNE 5

Australia v Bangladesh

Result: No result

TUESDAY, JUNE 6

England v New Zealand

Result: England won by 87 runs

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7

Pakistan v South Africa

Result: Pakistan won by 19 runs (D/L method)

THURSDAY, JUNE 8

India v Sri Lanka

Result: Sri Lanka won by seven wickets

FRIDAY, JUNE 9

New Zealand v Bangladesh 

Result: Bangladesh won by five wickets

SATURDAY, JUNE 10

England v Australia - 11:30

Result: England won by 40 runs (D/L method)

SUNDAY, JUNE 11

India v South Africa

Result: India won by eight wickets

MONDAY, JUNE 12

Sri Lanka v Pakistan 

Result: Pakistan won by three wickets

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13

First semi-final: England v Pakistan

Result: Pakistan won by eight wickets

THURSDAY, JUNE 14

Second semi-final: India v Bangladesh 

Result: India won by nine wickets

SUNDAY, JUNE 18

Final: Pakistan v India

Result: Pakistan won by 180 runs

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