Fox Sports launching dedicated ICC Champions Trophy channel

Fox Sports will deliver all 15 games live and in HD

The world’s best ODI cricket nations are competing in England and Wales from June 1 to contest the ICC Champions Trophy, and Fox Sports is the only place to watch the action unfold.

Fox Sports will deliver all 15 games live and in high definition, all on a dedicated 24/7 pop-up channel.

Fox Sports More (Channel 507) will become the home of the series from Wednesday 31 May, with the live action launching in primetime the following day at 7pm.

In addition to every ball of the series live and exclusive, the pop-up channel will feature highlights of past tournaments and a number of entertainment programs to keep fans entertained and informed across the week.

Fox Sports’ countdown to the main event begins at 7pm on May 31 with History of the ICC Champions Trophy – a look back at the highs and lows of past tournaments. The countdown continues at 9pm with a 60-minute tournament preview, Who Are Your Champions.

Fox Sports’ popular third season of Cricket Legends will also feature on the channel, which profiles some of the biggest names to have played the game in a series of in-depth, insightful, one-on-one interviews.

Robert “Crash” Craddock sits down with a collection of legends including Sir Gary Sobers, Kepler Wessels, Ian Healy and Henry Olonga.

Attention turns to the pitch from 7pm on June 1 with the opening match between England and Bangladesh, before Australia opens its campaign (7pm) against New Zealand the following day.

Steve Smith’s men face two more pool round clashes against Bangladesh on June 5 and England on June 10.

The top four teams will progress to the Semi Finals on June 14 and 15, before the Final is played in primetime on Sunday 18 June, with the first ball at 7pm.

Former Australian fast-medium bowler Brendon Julian will host Fox Sports’ coverage of Australia’s games, alongside a collection of experts including former Australian captain Allan Border, batsman Mark Waugh and former wicket-keeper Brad Haddin.

The panel will guide viewers through Australia’s matches with live updates from former Australian captain Ricky Ponting who will be in the UK.

Fox Sports viewers will also have access to bonus cricket content available via and the Fox Sports App, including an interactive match centre, match highlights, live blogs and a detailed scorecard.

Fox Sports’ website will also feature a dedicated ICC Champions Trophy landing page with the latest and breaking news, pools, teams, players to watch , fixtures and results, player leader boards including the tournament’s big six hitters, plus leading wicket takers.

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