Thursday 1 June 2017 06:44, UK
England go in search of their first 50-over global title in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy - and you can watch every game on Sky Sports.
After losing to West Indies and India in the finals of 2004 and 2013 respectively, England have high hopes of claiming the crown under captain Eoin Morgan, who admitted in our podcast that it will be a "huge disappointment" if England don't win a white-ball tournament under his captaincy.
With home advantage and a power-packed line-up, England begin as favourites but will face stiff competition just to get out of their group. Here's how the action will unfold...
WAYS TO WATCH
Don't miss a ball - check out our live coverage on Sky Sports and Sky Sports for iPad app. Here's the schedule. For Sky Sports' cricket listings in full click here.
ICC Champions Trophy
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
Sky Sports for iPhone / Android / iPad and skysports.com: don't miss our live rolling blog of each game, as well as match reports, news, reaction, analysis, scorecards, videos and podcasts.
Sky Go: stay with the action online, on iPhone, iPad or selected Android smartphones with the Sky Go app.
Twitter: follow @SkyCricket for score updates and news throughout the series.
Highlights: watch the best bits from each match again - or catch up - with our highlights programme
Sky Q: the best of our video content showcased on our next generation box, which can record and store more than before and even save recordings to your devices to watch when you're out and about. Sky Q customers can also use the Sky Sports News HQ app to get scorecards and video clips as well as catching up with highlights via the red button.
Watch the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy live on Sky Sports - starting with England against Bangladesh on 1st June at 10am on Sky Sports 2.