ISLAMABAD (APP) - Pakistan will kick off their campaign in the upcoming One-Day Champions Trophy with a match against the West Indies at Johannesburg (South Africa) on September 23. After playing West Indies at Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, Pakistan will play their next two Group A matches at Centurion, near South African capital Pretoria. First of these two matches will be against arch-rivals India on September 26 and the next against World Champions Australia on September 30. In recent comments, Pakistan skipper Younis Khan said India and Australia will be the tough nuts to crack in the Champions Trophy though West Indies couldn't be taken lightly. Group B in the preliminary round of the Champions Trophy comprises hosts South Africa, England, New Zealand and World Cup runners-up Sri Lanka. Two teams from each group will cross over for the semi-finals which will be played at Centurion (October 2) and Johannesburg (October 3) with the final allotted to Super-Sport Park, Centurion, on October 5. Pakistan team will leave for South Africa on September 17 after attending a 10-day conditioning camp at the Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore. Recalled fast bowler Muhammad Asif, however, will have to separately travel to South Africa, joining the squad there on September 23-a day after the expiry of his ICC-enforced one-year doping ban. The Pakistan team for the Champions Trophy: Younis Khan (Captain), Imran Nazir, Muhammad Yousaf, Misbah Ul Haq, Umar Akmal, Shoaib Malik, Shahid Afridi (Vice Captain), Rana Naveed, Fawad Alam, Kamran Akmal, Umar Gul, Muhammad Amir, Muhammad Asif, Rao Iftikhar Anjum and Saeed Ajmal. The reserves selected were: Sarfraz Ahmad, Khalid Latif, Shaharyar Ghani, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Talha while the Team Officials were Yawar Saeed Manager, Shafqat Rana Associate Manager, Intikhab Alam Coach, Mohtashim Rasheed Fielding Coach and David Dwyer Trainer, Umar Farooq Analyst, Faisal Hayat Physio and Abdul Rauf Masseur. The Champions Trophy will open with a Group B match between hosts South Africa and Sri Lanka at Centurion on September 22. Following is the itinerary of the Champions Trophy: Sept 22 Tue ICC Champions Trophy, 2009/10 South Africa v Sri Lanka at Centurion, Group B 23 Wed Pakistan v West Indies at Johannesburg, Group A 24 Thu South Africa v New Zealand at Centurion, Group B 25 Fri England v Sri Lanka at Johannesburg, Group B 26 Sat Australia v West Indies at Johannesburg, Group A India v Pakistan at Centurion, Group A 27 Sun New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Johannesburg, Group B South Africa v England at Centurion, Group B 28 Mon Australia v India at Centurion, Group A 29 Tue England v New Zealand at Johannesburg, Group B 30 Wed Australia v Pakistan at Centurion, Group A India v West Indies at Johannesburg, Group A Oct 02 Wed TBD v TBD at Centurion, 1st Semi-Final 03 Sat TBD v TBD at Johannesburg, 2nd Semi-Final 05 Mon ICC Champions Trophy, 2009/10 TBD v TBD at Centurion, Final