ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Teams Squads Players
ICC Champions Trophy is one day international tournament. International cricket council used to organize this tournament after duration of almost every 2 years. But this time the tournament will be played after 3 years. And the next Champions Trophy is scheduled to be in 20121. ICC Champions Trophy 2017 will be the 8th over all edition. Schedule for 2017 ICC Champions Trophy has been announced by ICC. The tournament will be played in England. You can download full schedule here. Australia, England, Indian, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, New Zealand and Bangladesh will be competing for Champions Trophy this year. These 8 teams are divided into 2 groups having 4 teams. Traditional rivals India and Pakistan are placed in the same group. Below is the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Teams Squads Players.
Group A Teams
Australia announced their squad for ICC Champions Trophy 2017 on 20 April 2017. Steve smith is the captain of their side. With David Warner as vice captain. Have a look at Australia squad for the tournament.
|Steve Smith (Captain)||Batsman|
|David Warner (Vice-Captain)||Batsman|
|Mathew Wade||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Moises Henriques||All Rounder|
|Glenn Maxwell||All Rounder|
|John Hasting||All Rounder|
See Also: ICC Champions Trophy Winners List
England announced their squad for ICC Champions Trophy 2017 on 25 April 2017. Eoin Morgan is the captain of their side. Joe Root as vice captain. Have a look at England’s ICC Champions Trophy 2017 teams squads players. England have very balanced team with mixed proportion of batsmen, bowlers and all rounders. They will be looking to grab the trophy on their home ground.
|Eoin Morgan (Captain)||All Rounder|
|Sam Billings||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Alex Hales||Opening batsman|
|David Willey||All Rounder|
|Moeen Ali||All Rounder|
|Jos Buttler||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Ben Stokes||All Rounder|
New Zealand announced their squad for ICC Champions Trophy 2017 on 24 April 2017. Kane Williamson is the captain of their side. The team has very good batsmen like Williamson and Guptill as well as bowlers like Trent Boult. Following is the squad of New Zealand cricket team fro ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Have a look at ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Teams Squads Players.
|Kane Williamson (Captain)||Batsman|
|Corey Anderson||All Rounder|
|Colin de Grandhomme||All Rounder|
|Martin Guptill||Opening batsman|
|Tom Latham||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|James Neesham||All Rounder|
|Mitchell Santner||All Rounder|
Bangladesh cricket team squad announce for ICC Champions Trophy 2017 as on 20 April 2017. Cricket Board of Bangladesh have qualified for the tournament. They left behind West Indies in ranking to qualify the tournament. Bangladesh team fans hope for some extraordinary performance from their team.
|Mashrafe Mortaza (Captain)||Bowler|
|Mushfiqur Rahim||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Shakib Al Hassan||All Rounder|
|Mehedi Hassan Mirza||All Rounder|
Group B Teams
ICC Champions Trophy 2017 India squad announced on 08 May 2017. The squad was announced after the deadline because of some controvercies between ICC and BCCI regarding Big three and financial acpects. Virat Kohli will be leading India squad for ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Other palyers in the squad are as follows.
|Virat Kohli (Captain)||Batsman|
|MS Dhoni||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Yuvraj Singh||All Rounder|
|Ravindra Jadeja||All Rounder|
|Hardik Pandya||All Rounder|
Pakistan cricket board announced ICC Champions Trophy teams squads players on 25 April 2017. The squad features Azahar Ali and Umar Akmal too. Both of these batsmen are re called after missing out previous 2 ODI series played by Pakistan. Pakistan fans will be happy if the team succeeds in removing the tag of “Unpredictable” and gives some consistent performances.
|Sarfraz Ahmed (Captain)||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Fahim Ashraf||All Rounder|
|Fakhar Zaman||All Rounder|
|Imad Wasim||All Rounder|
|Mohammad Hafeez||All Rounder|
|Shoaib Malik||All Rounder|
Following is the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 teams squads players of Sri Lanka cricket team. The squad was announces on 24 April 2017. Angelo Mathews will be captaining the side. They have their team in rebuilding process. Team includes some young blood along with the experience of Malinga and Mathews.
|Angelo Mathews (Captain)||All Rounder|
|Upal Tharanga (Vice-Captain)||Batsman|
|Niroshan Dickwella||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Kusal Mendis||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Kusal Perera||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Thisara Perera||All Rounder|
|Seekkuge Prasanna||All Rounder|
|Lakshan Sandakan||All Rounder|
Following is the South Africa cricket team squad for the tournament. AB de Villiers will be captaining the side. They will be hopping to get the trophy home on the back of their performance in recent past. They have some players who can win a match single handed for their side.
|AB de Villiers(Captain)||Batsman|
|Faf du Plessis||Batsman|
|Quinton de Kock||Wicket Keeper Batsman|
|Andile Phehlukwayo||All Rounder|
|Wayne Parnell||All Rounder|
|JP Duminy||All Rounder|
|Keshav Maharaj||All Rounder|
|Dwaine Pretorius||All Rounder|
Champions Trophy History
After having a look at ICC Champions Trophy 2017 teams squads players, lets have a look at Champions Trophy winners list. One day tournament ICC Champions trophy started back in 1998 with the name of ICC Knock Out Tournament.The tournament was played with the same name in 2000. In 2002 the tournament was played with the name of ICC Champions Trophy. Top 8 ranked teams take part in the tournament every time. 13 different teams have qualified for the tournament at different times. India and Australia have won the tournament 2 times each. West Indies, New Zealand and Sri Lanka have won 1 times each. Following are the winners of ICC Champions Trophy.
ICC Champions Trophy Winners List
|ICC Knock Out Trophy 1998||South Africa||West Indies|
|ICC Knock Out Trophy 2000||New Zealand||India|
|ICC Champions Trophy 2002||India and Sri Lanka declared Co-Champions||None|
|ICC Champions Trophy 2004||West Indies||England|
|ICC Champions Trophy 2006||Australia||West Indies|
|ICC Champions Trophy 2009||Australia||New Zealand|
|ICC Champions Trophy 2013||India||England|