England captain Eoin Morgan said his side was looking forward to the event. “We are really looking forward to the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 next year. We’ve enjoyed a great summer so far and are looking to keep building ahead of next summer.”

The Oval will stage the opening match of the tournament on 1 June as well as the championship match on 18 June. Cardiff Wales Stadium will host four matches, including the first semi-final on 14 June, while Edgbaston will host four matches, including the India v Pakistan and Australia v England matches and the second semi-final.

You can find the ballot on the official website at www.icc-cricket.com/tickets and fans can submit an application for as many games as they wish. The ballot closes on 30 September.

Following the conclusion of the application period and to ensure fair allocation, they will run all oversubscribed applications through a ballot draw. Expect to get notified in October if selected.

Tickets prices start at £20 for adults