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International cricket in 2017

The 2017 international cricket season was from May 2017 to September 2017.[1] 13 Test matches, 52 One-day Internationals (ODIs), 12 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is), and 31 Women's One Day Internationals (WODIs) were played during this period. The season started with India leading the Test cricket rankings, South Africa leading the ODI rankings, New Zealand leading the Twenty20 rankings, and Australia women leading the Women's rankings.

The season started with a two match ODI series between England and Ireland, followed by a tri-nation ODI series in Ireland (also containing New Zealand and Bangladesh), and a three match ODI series between England and South Africa. These matches served as preparation for the ICC Champions Trophy, which was held in England in June. This was the first Champions Trophy that the West Indies did not participate in, due to them having been outside the top 8 in the ODI rankings on the cut-off date of 30 September 2015. This was immediately followed by the Women's Cricket World Cup, which was also held in England. After these two major events, international cricket resumed with many bilateral series that occurred during the rest of the season including Afghanistan's first ever bilateral tour to the West Indies. Important series included the 6th edition of the Basil D'Oliveira Trophy and the 26th edition of the Wisden Trophy, the latter of which included the first day/night Test match to be played in England. Pakistan were scheduled to tour Bangladesh in July, but the series was cancelled. The season also included Zimbabwe's first bilateral tour of Sri Lanka in 15 years, with Zimbabwe recording their first series win over Sri Lanka.

During the season, many important steps of 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup qualification process took place. ODIs between the 12 teams competing in the ICC ODI Championship were of special importance as only those that are ranked in the top 8 at the end of this season (30 September 2017) qualified directly for the World Cup. This was different from previous World Cups, as Full Members were granted automatic qualification in those tournaments. Those ranked in the bottom four will compete in the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier and will be joined by the top four teams in the World Cricket League Championship and the top two teams from World Cricket League Division Two. Matches in rounds 5 and 6 of the World Cricket League Championship and the Intercontinental Cup took place during this season. The World Cricket League Division Three tournament were also held in this season, with the top 2 teams, Oman and Canada, being promoted to Division 2.

Season overview

International tours
Start dateHome teamAway teamResults [Matches]
TestODIT20IFCLA
5 May 2017 England Ireland2–0 [2]
24 May 2017 England South Africa3–1 [4]2–1 [3]2–1 [3]
2 June 2017 West Indies Afghanistan1–1 [3]3–0 [3]
6 June 2017 Scotland Namibia0–0 [1]1–1 [2]
15 June 2017 Scotland Zimbabwe1–1 [2]
20 June 2017 Netherlands Zimbabwe1–2 [3]
23 June 2017 West Indies India1–3 [5]1–0 [1]
30 June 2017 Sri Lanka Zimbabwe1–0 [1]2–3 [5]
17 July 2017 Netherlands UAE1–2 [3]
26 July 2017 Sri Lanka India0–3 [3]0–5 [5]0–1 [1]
15 August 2017 Ireland Netherlands0–0 [1]
17 August 2017 England West Indies2–1 [3]4–0 [5]0–1 [1]
27 August 2017 Bangladesh Australia1–1 [2]
12 September 2017 PakistanWorld XI2–1 [3]
13 September 2017 Ireland West Indies0–0 [1]
16 September 2017 Namibia UAE0–1 [1]1–1 [2]
International tournaments
Start dateTournamentWinners
12 May 2017Ireland 2017 Ireland Tri-Nation Series New Zealand
23 May 2017Uganda 2017 ICC World Cricket League Division Three Oman
1 June 2017England 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Pakistan
26 July 2017South Africa 2017 South Africa A Team Tri-SeriesIndia India A
3 September 2017South Africa 2017 ICC World Cricket League Division Five Jersey
Women's international tours
Start dateHome teamAway teamResults [Matches]
WTestWODIWT20I
Women's international tournaments
Start dateTournamentWinners
7 May 2017South Africa 2017 South Africa Women's Quadrangular Series India
24 June 2017England 2017 ICC Women's Cricket World Cup England

Rankings

The following are the rankings at the beginning of the season:

ICC Test Championship 18 May 2017[2][3]
RankTeamMatchesPointsRating
1 India323925123
2 South Africa263050117
3 Australia313087100
4 England34336299
5 New Zealand32311497
6 Pakistan31286893
7 Sri Lanka31283691
8 West Indies26194075
9 Bangladesh17117169
10 Zimbabwe900
ICC ODI Championship 1 May 2017[4][5]
RankTeamMatchesPointsRating
1 South Africa445428123
2 Australia465442118
3 India313632117
4 New Zealand404586115
5 England414475109
6 Sri Lanka46427393
7 Bangladesh25228291
8 Pakistan36317088
9 West Indies30235579
10 Afghanistan28146352
11 Zimbabwe36164046
12 Ireland2086643
ICC T20I Championship 2 May 2017[6][7]
RankTeamMatchesPointsRating
1 New Zealand131625125
2 England131579121
3 Pakistan202417121
4 India182119118
5 South Africa151668111
6 Australia131431110
7 West Indies151639109
8 Sri Lanka20189695
9 Afghanistan22197490
10 Bangladesh15116878
11 Scotland1173767
12 Zimbabwe1384265
13 United Arab Emirates1682752
14 Netherlands944149
15 Hong Kong1359946
16 Papua New Guinea623539
17 Oman934538
18 Ireland1553436
ICC Women's Rankings 12 April 2017[8]
RankTeamMatchesPointsRating
1 Australia546887128
2 England475742122
3 New Zealand597029119
4 India475221111
5 West Indies525607108
6 South Africa66597290
7 Pakistan56424776
8 Sri Lanka53357667
9 Bangladesh30125442
10 Ireland2792234

May

Ireland in England

ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 38645 MayEoin MorganWilliam PorterfieldBristol County Ground, Bristol England by 7 wickets
ODI 38657 MayEoin MorganWilliam PorterfieldLord's, London England by 85 runs

2017 South Africa Women's Quadrangular Series

Team
PldWLTNRBPPtsNRR
 India65100424+2.693
 South Africa65100424+2.117
 Zimbabwe6240008–1.854
 Ireland6060000–2.687
Group stage
No.DateTeam 1Captain 1Team 2Captain 2VenueResult
1st Match7 May South AfricaSuné Luus ZimbabweSharne MayersSenwes Park, Potchefstroom South Africa by 8 wickets
2nd Match7 May IndiaMithali Raj IrelandLaura DelanyPUK Oval, Potchefstroom India by 10 wickets
3rd Match9 May South AfricaSuné Luus IndiaMithali RajPUK Oval, Potchefstroom India by 7 wickets
4th Match9 May IrelandLaura Delany ZimbabweSharne MayersSenwes Park, Potchefstroom Zimbabwe by 6 wickets
5th Match11 May South AfricaSuné Luus IrelandLaura DelanySenwes Park, Potchefstroom South Africa by 178 runs
6th Match11 May IndiaMithali Raj ZimbabweSharne MayersPUK Oval, Potchefstroom India by 9 wickets
7th Match15 May South AfricaChloe Tryon ZimbabweSharne MayersPUK Oval, Potchefstroom South Africa by 7 wickets
8th Match15 May IndiaMithali Raj IrelandLaura DelanySenwes Park, Potchefstroom India by 249 runs
9th Match17 May South AfricaChloe Tryon IndiaMithali RajSenwes Park, Potchefstroom South Africa by 8 runs
10th Match17 May IrelandLaura Delany ZimbabweSharne MayersPUK Oval, Potchefstroom Zimbabwe by 5 wickets
11th Match19 May South AfricaChloe Tryon IrelandMary WaldronPUK Oval, Potchefstroom South Africa by 120 runs
12th Match19 May IndiaMithali Raj ZimbabweSharne MayersSenwes Park, Potchefstroom India by 10 wickets
Final
3rd-Place Playoff21 May IrelandMary Waldron ZimbabweSharne MayersPUK Oval, Potchefstroom Ireland by 19 runs
Final21 May South AfricaChloe Tryon IndiaMithali RajSenwes Park, Potchefstroom India by 8 wickets

2017 Ireland Tri-Nation Series

Team
PldWLTNRBPPtsNRR
 New Zealand43100012+1.240
 Bangladesh42101010+0.851
 Ireland4030102–2.589
Tri-series
No.DateTeam 1Captain 1Team 2Captain 2VenueResult
ODI 386612 May IrelandWilliam Porterfield BangladeshShakib Al HasanMalahide Cricket Club Ground, DublinNo result
ODI 386714 May IrelandWilliam Porterfield New ZealandTom LathamMalahide Cricket Club Ground, Dublin New Zealand by 51 runs
ODI 386817 May BangladeshMashrafe Mortaza New ZealandTom LathamClontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin New Zealand by 4 wickets
ODI 386919 May IrelandWilliam Porterfield BangladeshMashrafe MortazaMalahide Cricket Club Ground, Dublin Bangladesh by 8 wickets
ODI 387021 May IrelandWilliam Porterfield New ZealandTom LathamMalahide Cricket Club Ground, Dublin New Zealand by 190 runs
ODI 387124 May BangladeshMashrafe Mortaza New ZealandTom LathamClontarf Cricket Club Ground, Dublin Bangladesh by 5 wickets

2017 ICC World Cricket League Division Three

Group stage
No.DateTeam 1Captain 1Team 2Captain 2VenueResult
1st Match23 May UgandaDavis Arinaitwe CanadaNitish KumarLugogo Cricket Oval, Lugogo Canada by 66 runs (DLS)
2nd Match23 May MalaysiaAhmad Faiz SingaporeChetan SuryawanshiKyambogo Cricket Oval, Kyambogo Singapore by 7 wickets (DLS)
3rd Match23 May United StatesSteven Taylor OmanSultan AhmedEntebbe Cricket Oval, Entebbe Oman by 4 wickets (DLS)
4th Match24 May CanadaNitish Kumar OmanSultan AhmedLugogo Cricket Oval, Lugogo Canada by 83 runs
5th Match24 May MalaysiaAhmad Faiz United StatesSteven TaylorKyambogo Cricket Oval, Kyambogo United States by 6 wickets
6th Match24 May UgandaDavis Arinaitwe SingaporeChetan SuryawanshiEntebbe Cricket Oval, Entebbe Uganda by 66 runs
7th Match26 May SingaporeChetan Suryawanshi United StatesSteven TaylorLugogo Cricket Oval, Lugogo Singapore by 7 wickets
8th Match26 May UgandaDavis Arinaitwe OmanSultan AhmedKyambogo Cricket Oval, Kyambogo Oman by 6 wickets
9th Match26 May CanadaNitish Kumar MalaysiaAhmad FaizEntebbe Cricket Oval, Entebbe Malaysia by 6 wickets
10th Match27 May UgandaDavis Arinaitwe MalaysiaAhmad FaizLugogo Cricket Oval, Lugogo Uganda by 4 wickets
11th Match27 May CanadaNitish Kumar United StatesSteven TaylorKyambogo Cricket Oval, Kyambogo Canada by 96 runs
12th Match27 May OmanSultan Ahmed SingaporeChetan SuryawanshiEntebbe Cricket Oval, Entebbe Oman by 5 wickets
13th Match29 May MalaysiaAhmad Faiz OmanSultan AhmedLugogo Cricket Oval, Lugogo Oman by 131 runs
14th Match29 May CanadaNitish Kumar SingaporeChetan SuryawanshiKyambogo Cricket Oval, Kyambogo Singapore by 2 runs
15th Match29 May UgandaDavis Arinaitwe United StatesSteven TaylorEntebbe Cricket Oval, Entebbe United States by 13 runs
Playoffs
Fifth-place playoff30 May UgandaDavis Arinaitwe MalaysiaAhmad FaizLugogo Cricket Oval, LugogoMatch abandoned
Third-place playoff30 May SingaporeChetan Suryawanshi United StatesSteven TaylorKyambogo Cricket Oval, KyambogoNo result
First-place playoff30 May CanadaNitish Kumar OmanSultan AhmedEntebbe Cricket Oval, EntebbeNo result

Final standings

PosTeamStatus
1st OmanPromoted to Division Two for 2018
2nd Canada
3rd SingaporeRemained in Division Three
4th United States
5th UgandaRelegated to Division Four for 2018
6th Malaysia

South Africa in England

ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 387224 MayEoin MorganAB de VilliersHeadingley, Leeds England by 72 runs
ODI 387327 MayEoin MorganAB de VilliersRose Bowl, Southampton England by 2 runs
ODI 387429 MayEoin MorganAB de VilliersLord's, London South Africa by 7 wickets
T20I series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
T20I 61421 JuneEoin MorganAB de VilliersRose Bowl, Southampton England by 9 wickets
T20I 61523 JuneEoin MorganAB de VilliersCounty Ground, Taunton South Africa by 3 runs
T20I 61625 JuneJos ButtlerAB de VilliersSophia Gardens, Cardiff England by 19 runs
2017 Basil D'Oliveira Trophy - Test series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
Test 22626–10 JulyJoe RootDean ElgarLord's, London England by 211 runs
Test 226414–18 JulyJoe RootFaf du PlessisTrent Bridge, Nottingham South Africa by 340 runs
Test 226627–31 JulyJoe RootFaf du PlessisThe Oval, London England by 239 runs
Test 22684–8 AugustJoe RootFaf du PlessisOld Trafford, Manchester England by 177 runs

June

2017 ICC Champions Trophy

Group stage
No.DateTeam 1Captain 1Team 2Captain 2VenueResult
ODI 38751 June EnglandEoin Morgan BangladeshMashrafe MortazaThe Oval, London England by 8 wickets
ODI 38762 June AustraliaSteve Smith New ZealandKane WilliamsonEdgbaston Cricket Ground, BirminghamNo result
ODI 38773 June Sri LankaUpul Tharanga South AfricaAB de VilliersThe Oval, London South Africa by 96 runs
ODI 38784 June IndiaVirat Kohli PakistanSarfaraz AhmedEdgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham India by 124 runs (DLS)
ODI 38795 June AustraliaSteve Smith BangladeshMashrafe MortazaThe Oval, LondonNo result
ODI 38806 June EnglandEoin Morgan New ZealandKane WilliamsonSophia Gardens, Cardiff England by 87 runs
ODI 38817 June PakistanSarfaraz Ahmed South AfricaAB de VilliersEdgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham Pakistan by 19 runs (DLS)
ODI 38828 June IndiaVirat Kohli Sri LankaAngelo MathewsThe Oval, London Sri Lanka by 7 wickets
ODI 38839 June New ZealandKane Williamson BangladeshMashrafe MortazaSophia Gardens, Cardiff Bangladesh by 5 wickets
ODI 388510 June EnglandEoin Morgan AustraliaSteve SmithEdgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham England by 40 runs (DLS)
ODI 388611 June IndiaVirat Kohli South AfricaAB de VilliersThe Oval, London India by 8 wickets
ODI 388812 June Sri LankaAngelo Mathews PakistanSarfaraz AhmedSophia Gardens, Cardiff Pakistan by 3 wickets
Knockout stage
ODI 388914 June EnglandEoin Morgan PakistanSarfaraz AhmedSophia Gardens, Cardiff Pakistan by 8 wickets
ODI 389115 June BangladeshMashrafe Mortaza IndiaVirat KohliEdgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham India by 9 wickets
ODI 389418 June IndiaVirat Kohli PakistanSarfaraz AhmedThe Oval, London Pakistan by 180 runs

Afghanistan in West Indies

T20I series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
T20I 6112 JuneCarlos BrathwaiteAsghar StanikzaiWarner Park, Basseterre West Indies by 6 wickets
T20I 6123 JuneCarlos BrathwaiteAsghar StanikzaiWarner Park, Basseterre West Indies by 29 runs (DLS)
T20I 6135 JuneCarlos BrathwaiteAsghar StanikzaiWarner Park, Basseterre West Indies by 7 wickets
ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 38849 JuneJason HolderAsghar StanikzaiDarren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet Afghanistan by 63 runs
ODI 388711 JuneJason HolderAsghar StanikzaiDarren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet West Indies by 4 wickets
ODI 389014 JuneJason HolderAsghar StanikzaiDarren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros IsletNo result

Namibia in Scotland

2015–17 ICC Intercontinental Cup - FC series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
First-class6–9 JuneKyle CoetzerSarel BurgerCambusdoon New Ground, AyrMatch drawn
2015–17 ICC World Cricket League Championship - List A series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
List A11 JuneKyle CoetzerSarel BurgerThe Grange Club, Edinburgh Scotland by 51 runs (DLS)
List A13 JuneKyle CoetzerSarel BurgerThe Grange Club, Edinburgh Namibia by 50 runs

Zimbabwe in Scotland

ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 389215 JuneKyle CoetzerGraeme CremerThe Grange Club, Edinburgh Scotland by 26 runs (DLS)
ODI 389317 JuneKyle CoetzerGraeme CremerThe Grange Club, Edinburgh Zimbabwe by 6 wickets

Zimbabwe in Netherlands

List A series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
1st List A20 JunePeter BorrenGraeme CremerVRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen Zimbabwe by 6 wickets
2nd List A22 JunePeter BorrenGraeme CremerVRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen Zimbabwe by 6 wickets (DLS)
3rd List A24 JunePeter BorrenGraeme CremerSportpark Westvliet, The Hague Netherlands by 149 runs

India in West Indies

ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 389523 JuneJason HolderVirat KohliQueen's Park Oval, Port of SpainNo result
ODI 389625 JuneJason HolderVirat KohliQueen's Park Oval, Port of Spain India by 105 runs
ODI 389830 JuneJason HolderVirat KohliSir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound India by 93 runs
ODI 39002 JulyJason HolderVirat KohliSir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound West Indies by 11 runs
ODI 39026 JulyJason HolderVirat KohliSabina Park, Kingston India by 8 wickets
T20I series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
T20I 6179 JulyCarlos BrathwaiteVirat KohliSabina Park, Kingston West Indies by 9 wickets

2017 Women's Cricket World Cup

Team
PldWLNRPtsNRR
 England761012+1.295
 Australia761012+1.004
 India752010+0.669
 South Africa74219+1.183
 New Zealand73317+0.309
 West Indies72504–1.522
 Sri Lanka71602–1.099
 Pakistan70700–1.930
Last updated: 15 July 2017
Group stage
No.DateTeam 1Captain 1Team 2Captain 2VenueResult
WODI 105624 June New ZealandSuzie Bates Sri LankaInoka RanaweeraBristol County Ground, Bristol New Zealand by 9 wickets
WODI 105724 June EnglandHeather Knight IndiaMithali RajCounty Ground, Derby India by 35 runs
WODI 105825 June PakistanSana Mir South AfricaDane van NiekerkGrace Road, Leicester South Africa by 3 wickets
WODI 105926 June AustraliaMeg Lanning West IndiesStafanie TaylorCounty Ground, Taunton Australia by 8 wickets
WODI 106027 June EnglandHeather Knight PakistanSana MirGrace Road, Leicester England by 107 runs (DLS)
WODI 1060a28 June South AfricaDane van Niekerk New ZealandSuzie BatesCounty Ground, DerbyMatch abandoned
WODI 106129 June West IndiesStafanie Taylor IndiaMithali RajCounty Ground, Taunton India by 7 wickets
WODI 106229 June Sri LankaInoka Ranaweera AustraliaMeg LanningBristol County Ground, Bristol Australia by 8 wickets
WODI 10632 July EnglandHeather Knight Sri LankaInoka RanaweeraCounty Ground, Taunton England by 7 wickets
WODI 10642 July AustraliaMeg Lanning New ZealandSuzie BatesBristol County Ground, Bristol Australia by 5 wickets
WODI 10652 July IndiaMithali Raj PakistanSana MirCounty Ground, Derby India by 95 runs
WODI 10662 July South AfricaDane van Niekerk West IndiesStafanie TaylorGrace Road, Leicester South Africa by 10 wickets
WODI 10675 July EnglandHeather Knight South AfricaDane van NiekerkBristol County Ground, Bristol England by 68 runs
WODI 10685 July IndiaMithali Raj Sri LankaInoka RanaweeraCounty Ground, Derby India by 16 runs
WODI 10695 July AustraliaRachael Haynes PakistanSana MirGrace Road, Leicester Australia by 159 runs
WODI 10706 July New ZealandSuzie Bates West IndiesStafanie TaylorCounty Ground, Taunton New Zealand by 8 wickets
WODI 10718 July New ZealandSuzie Bates PakistanSana MirCounty Ground, Taunton New Zealand by 8 wickets
WODI 10728 July IndiaMithali Raj South AfricaDane van NiekerkGrace Road, Leicester South Africa by 115 runs
WODI 10739 July EnglandHeather Knight AustraliaMeg LanningBristol County Ground, Bristol England by 3 runs
WODI 10749 July Sri LankaInoka Ranaweera West IndiesStafanie TaylorCounty Ground, Derby West Indies by 47 runs
WODI 107511 July PakistanSana Mir West IndiesStafanie TaylorGrace Road, Leicester West Indies by 19 runs (DLS)
WODI 107612 July South AfricaDane van Niekerk Sri LankaInoka RanaweeraCounty Ground, Taunton South Africa by 8 wickets
WODI 107712 July AustraliaMeg Lanning IndiaMithali RajBristol County Ground, Bristol Australia by 8 wickets
WODI 107812 July EnglandHeather Knight New ZealandSuzie BatesCounty Ground, Derby England won by 75 runs
WODI 107915 July AustraliaRachael Haynes South AfricaDane van NiekerkCounty Ground, Taunton Australia by 59 runs
WODI 108015 July EnglandHeather Knight West IndiesStafanie TaylorBristol County Ground, Bristol England by 92 runs
WODI 108115 July IndiaMithali Raj New ZealandSuzie BatesCounty Ground, Derby India by 186 runs
WODI 108215 July PakistanSana Mir Sri LankaInoka RanaweeraGrace Road, Leicester Sri Lanka by 15 runs
Knockout stage
WODI 108318 July EnglandHeather Knight South AfricaDane van NiekerkBristol County Ground, Bristol England by 2 wickets
WODI 108420 July AustraliaMeg Lanning IndiaMithali RajCounty Ground, Derby India by 36 runs
WODI 108523 July EnglandHeather Knight IndiaMithali RajLord's, London England by 9 runs

Zimbabwe in Sri Lanka

ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 389730 JuneAngelo MathewsGraeme CremerGalle International Stadium, Galle Zimbabwe by 6 wickets
ODI 38992 JulyAngelo MathewsGraeme CremerGalle International Stadium, Galle Sri Lanka by 7 wickets
ODI 39016 JulyAngelo MathewsGraeme CremerMahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota Sri Lanka by 8 wickets
ODI 39038 JulyAngelo MathewsGraeme CremerMahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota Zimbabwe by 4 wickets (DLS)
ODI 390410 JulyAngelo MathewsGraeme CremerMahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota Zimbabwe by 3 wickets
Test series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
Test 226314–18 JulyDinesh ChandimalGraeme CremerR. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo Sri Lanka by 4 wickets

July

United Arab Emirates in Netherlands

List A series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
1st List A17 JulyPeter BorrenRohan MustafaVRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen United Arab Emirates by 3 wickets
2nd List A19 JulyPeter BorrenRohan MustafaVRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen United Arab Emirates by 5 wickets
3rd List A20 JulyPeter BorrenRohan MustafaSportpark Westvliet, Voorburg Netherlands by 1 wicket (DLS)

India in Sri Lanka

Test series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
Test 226526–30 JulyRangana HerathVirat KohliGalle International Stadium, Galle India by 304 runs
Test 22673–7 AugustDinesh ChandimalVirat KohliSinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo India by an innings and 53 runs
Test 226912–16 AugustDinesh ChandimalVirat KohliPallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele India by an innings and 171 runs
ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 390520 AugustUpul TharangaVirat KohliRangiri Dambulla International Stadium, Dambulla India by 9 wickets
ODI 390624 AugustUpul TharangaVirat KohliPallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele India by 3 wickets (DLS)
ODI 390727 AugustChamara KapugederaVirat KohliPallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele India by 6 wickets
ODI 390831 AugustLasith MalingaVirat KohliR. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo India by 168 runs
ODI 39093 SeptemberUpul TharangaVirat KohliR. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo India by 6 wickets
T20I series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
T20I 6186 SeptemberUpul TharangaVirat KohliR. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo India by 7 wickets

2017 South Africa A Team Tri-Series

List A series
No.DateTeam 1Captain 1Team 2Captain 2VenueResult
1st List A26 JulySouth Africa South Africa AKhaya ZondoIndia India AManish Pandey, PretoriaSouth Africa South Africa A by 2 wickets
2nd List A28 JulyAfghanistan Afghanistan AShafiqullahIndia India AManish PandeyLC de Villiers Oval, PretoriaIndia India A by 7 wickets
3rd List A30 JulySouth Africa South Africa AKhaya ZondoAfghanistan Afghanistan AShafiqullah, PretoriaSouth Africa South Africa A by 164 runs
4th List A1 AugustAfghanistan Afghanistan AAfsar ZazaiIndia India AManish PandeyLC de Villiers Oval, PretoriaIndia India A by 113 runs
5th List A3 AugustSouth Africa South Africa AKhaya ZondoIndia India AManish PandeyLC de Villiers Oval, PretoriaIndia India A by 1 wicket
6th List A5 AugustSouth Africa South Africa AKhaya ZondoAfghanistan Afghanistan AShafiqullahLC de Villiers Oval, PretoriaSouth Africa South Africa A by 7 wickets
Final8 AugustSouth Africa South Africa AKhaya ZondoIndia India AManish PandeyLC de Villiers Oval, PretoriaIndia India A by 7 wickets
First-class series
No.DateTeam 1Captain 1Team 2Captain 2VenueResult
1st match12–15 AugustSouth Africa South Africa AAiden MarkramIndia India AKarun NairWillowmoore Park, BenoniSouth Africa South Africa A by 235 runs
2nd match19–22 AugustSouth Africa South Africa AAiden MarkramIndia India AKarun Nair, PretoriaIndia India A by 6 wickets

August

Netherlands in Ireland

2015–17 ICC Intercontinental Cup - FC series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
First-class15–18 AugustWilliam PorterfieldPeter BorrenMalahide Cricket Club Ground, MalahideMatch drawn

West Indies in England

2017 Wisden Trophy - Test series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
Test 227017–21 AugustJoe RootJason HolderEdgbaston, Birmingham England by an innings and 209 runs
Test 227125–29 AugustJoe RootJason HolderHeadingley, Leeds West Indies by 5 wickets
Test 22747–11 SeptemberJoe RootJason HolderLord's, London England by 9 wickets
T20I series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
T20I 62216 SeptemberEoin MorganCarlos BrathwaiteRiverside Ground, Chester-le-Street West Indies by 21 runs
ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 391119 SeptemberEoin MorganJason HolderOld Trafford, Manchester England by 7 wickets
ODI 391321 SeptemberEoin MorganJason HolderTrent Bridge, NottinghamNo result
ODI 391524 SeptemberEoin MorganJason HolderCounty Ground, Bristol England by 124 runs
ODI 391627 SeptemberEoin MorganJason HolderThe Oval, London England by 6 runs (DLS)
ODI 391829 SeptemberEoin MorganJason MohammedRose Bowl, Southampton England by 9 wickets

Australia in Bangladesh

Test series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
Test 227227–31 AugustMushfiqur RahimSteve SmithSher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka Bangladesh by 20 runs
Test 22734–8 SeptemberMushfiqur RahimSteve SmithZohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong Australia by 7 wickets

September

2017 ICC World Cricket League Division Five

Group stage
No.DateTeam 1Captain 1Team 2Captain 2VenueResult
1st Match3 September Cayman IslandsRamon Sealy QatarInam-ul-HaqWillowmoore Park, Benoni Qatar by 93 runs
2nd Match3 September ItalyGayashan Munasinghe GuernseyJamie NussbaumerWillowmoore A, Benoni Italy by 48 runs
3rd Match3 September JerseyCharles Perchard VanuatuAndrew MansaleWillowmoore B, Benoni Jersey by 6 wickets
4th Match3 September GhanaPeter Ananya GermanyRishi PillaiWillowmoore C, Benoni Germany by 1 wicket
5th Match4 September GuernseyJamie Nussbaumer Cayman IslandsRamon SealyWillowmoore B, Benoni Guernsey by 6 wickets
6th Match4 September ItalyGayashan Munasinghe QatarInam-ul-HaqWillowmoore C, Benoni Italy by 6 wickets
7th Match4 September JerseyCharles Perchard GermanyRishi PillaiWillowmoore Park, Benoni Jersey by 5 wickets
8th Match4 September VanuatuAndrew Mansale GhanaPeter AnanyaWillowmoore A, Benoni Ghana by 2 wickets
9th Match6 September GuernseyJamie Nussbaumer QatarInam-ul-HaqWillowmoore Park, Benoni Qatar by 3 wickets
10th Match6 September ItalyGayashan Munasinghe Cayman IslandsRamon SealyWillowmoore A, Benoni Italy by 122 runs
11th Match6 September JerseyCharles Perchard GhanaPeter AnanyaWillowmoore B, Benoni Jersey by 108 runs
12th Match6 September VanuatuAndrew Mansale GermanyRishi PillaiWillowmoore C, Benoni Vanuatu by 4 wickets
Semi-finals
13th Match7 September GuernseyJamie Nussbaumer GhanaPeter AnanyaWillowmoore Park, Benoni Guernsey by 23 runs
14th Match7 September GermanyRishi Pillai Cayman IslandsRamon SealyWillowmoore A, Benoni Germany by 5 wickets
15th Match7 September ItalyGayashan Munasinghe VanuatuAndrew MansaleWillowmoore B, Benoni Vanuatu by 6 wickets
16th Match7 September JerseyCharles Perchard QatarInam-ul-HaqWillowmoore C, Benoni Jersey by 7 wickets
Playoffs
Seventh-place playoff9 September Cayman IslandsRamon Sealy GhanaPeter AnanyaWillowmoore C, Benoni Ghana by 6 wickets
Fifth-place playoff9 September GermanyRishi Pillai GuernseyJamie NussbaumerWillowmoore B, Benoni Germany by 4 wickets
Third-place playoff9 September QatarInam-ul-Haq ItalyGayashan MunasingheWillowmoore A, Benoni Qatar by 3 wickets
First-place playoff9 September VanuatuAndrew Mansale JerseyCharles PerchardWillowmoore Park, Benoni Jersey by 120 runs

Final standings

PosTeamStatus
1st JerseyPromoted to Division Four for 2018
2nd Vanuatu
3rd QatarRemained in Division Five
4th ItalyRelegated to regional competitions
5th Germany
6th Guernsey
7th Ghana
8th Cayman Islands

2017 Independence Cup

T20I series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
T20I 61912 SeptemberSarfaraz AhmedFaf du PlessisGaddafi Stadium, Lahore Pakistan by 20 runs
T20I 62013 SeptemberSarfaraz AhmedFaf du PlessisGaddafi Stadium, LahoreWorld XI won by 7 wickets
T20I 62115 SeptemberSarfaraz AhmedFaf du PlessisGaddafi Stadium, Lahore Pakistan by 33 runs

West Indies in Ireland

ODI series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
ODI 3909a13 SeptemberWilliam PorterfieldJason HolderStormont, BelfastMatch abandoned

United Arab Emirates in Namibia

2015–17 ICC Intercontinental Cup - FC series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
First-class16–19 SeptemberSarel BurgerRohan MustafaWanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek United Arab Emirates by 34 runs
2015–17 ICC World Cricket League Championship - List A series
No.DateHome captainAway captainVenueResult
1st List A21 SeptemberSarel BurgerRohan MustafaWanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek United Arab Emirates by 6 wickets
2nd List A23 SeptemberSarel BurgerRohan MustafaWanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek Namibia by 4 wickets

References

  1. ^ "Future Tours Programme" (PDF). International Cricket Council. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
  2. ^ "Men's Test Team Rankings". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 14 May 2017.
  3. ^ "India retains number-one Test ranking following annual update". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 18 May 2017.
  4. ^ "Men's ODI Team Rankings". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 1 May 2017.
  5. ^ "South Africa retains No. 1 ODI ranking following annual update". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 1 May 2017.
  6. ^ "Men's T20I Team Rankings". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 2 May 2017.
  7. ^ "England rises to second but India and South Africa drop following annual T20I rankings update". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 2 May 2017.
  8. ^ "Women's Team Rankings". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 12 April 2017.
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