Top 10 sporting events in London for June 2017


august in LondonLondon’s Summer Sporting scene is about to start. With a full programme of International Cricket, Top quality tennis, Professional Heavyweight Boxing and top horse racing. For details of our pick of the best 10 sporting events of the month see below.

No. 1.  1st June 2017 ” ICC Champions Cricket trophy England v Bangladesh,” at The Oval       

To start the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, the hosts, England will be up against a solid Bangladesh side that has had a stunning run in the 50-over format over the past 18 months. England has had overwhelming success against Bangladesh over the past 15 years, having lost only three games out of the 16 played against the Asian side. At home, England has enjoyed an emphatic record against Bangladesh, losing only one game out of the six played between the two sides. Match starts at 10.30 am

No. 2.   3rd June 2017 “ICC Champions Cricket trophy Sri Lanka v South Africa,” at The Oval   

South Africa completed a 3–0 series white-wash the last time the teams faced off in ODI format. Can the Proteas do the same in the ICC Champions Trophy? Match starts at 10.30 am

No. 3.  3rd June 2017 ” Epsom Derby” at Epsom racecourse

No.4.  3rd June 2017 “MATCHROOM BOXING: Dillian Whyte vs Mariusz Wach” at The O2 arena    

Dillian Whyte returns to action in a crunch Heavyweight clash with Mariusz Watch. Whyte is back in the saddle after his epic battle with Dereck Chisora in December 2016 in Manchester, with the London pair going toe-to-toe over 12 exhilarating rounds that Whyte claimed via split decision.

No.5. 5th June 2017 “ICC Champions Cricket trophy Australia v Bangladesh,” at The Oval 

Australia leads this head-to-head overwhelmingly, winning 18 of the 19 encounters against Bangladesh. Bangladesh, though, hasn’t played an ODI against Australia since 2011. Hence, the resurgent side could definitely give Australia a stiff contest. Match starts at 13.30 pm

No.6. 8th June 2017 “ICC Champions Cricket trophy India v Sri Lanka,” at The Oval

Of the 149 ODI games played between these two sides, India enjoys the advantage of having won 83 matches. Sri Lanka has 54 wins, with one tied match and 11 no results. With the immense knowledge both these teams have about each other, a close encounter is almost ensured. Match starts at 10.30 am

No.7. 11th June 2017 “ICC Champions Cricket trophy India v South Africa,” at The Oval

South Africa has the upper hand with 45 wins compared to the 28 wins by India. Its record is overwhelming at home (21-5), while India has a slight advantage in subcontinent conditions (15-13). Match starts at 10.30 am

No.8. 18th June 2017″ICC Champions Cricket trophy Final” at The Oval. Match starts at 10.30 am

No.9. 19th to 25th June 2017″Aegon tennis Championships” Queens club, West Kensington

No.10. 20th to 24th June 2017 “Royal Ascot Horse racing” at Ascot racecourse

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