The Premier League Asia Trophy 2017 takes place from Wednesday 19th July – Saturday 22nd July 2017.
For the first time in its 14-year history the Premier League Asia Trophy will contain an all-English line-up, as Crystal Palace, Leicester City, Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion do battle in Hong Kong.
The competition – which will be shown live on Sky Sports – pits four Premier League sides against each other in a knockout tournament.
In the first round of matches on Wednesday 19th July, Leicester take on West Bromwich Albion at 11am, before Liverpool face Crystal Palace at 1.30pm.
The two losers will then meet in a third-place play-off on Saturday 22nd July, with the final taking place later that day.
The Premier League Asia Trophy takes place every two years and the 2017 event is the eighth edition of the tournament, with Arsenal the reigning champions, following their victory in 2015.
Chelsea were victorious in 2003 and 2011, while Tottenham were the winners in 2009.
Leicester City v West Bromwich Albion
Wed 19 July – 10.30am – Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event.
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
Wed 19 July – 1.00pm – Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event.
Sat 19 July – 10.30am – Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event.
The Premier League Asia Trophy Final
Sat 19 July – 1.00pm – Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event.
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