England have been made seventh seeds for September's one-day ICC Champions Trophy in Pakistan.
Holders Australia will be named the top seeds on the 12 March cut-off date after the completion of the preliminary CB Series matches Down Under.
The Aussies will head the rankings irrespective of how they fare against India in the three-match CB final.
South Africa, winners of the inaugural Champions Trophy in 1998, will be seeded second for the tournament.
New Zealand, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, England and the West Indies will all then be seeded in sequence.
The groupings will be announced on March 12.
It will be the sixth edition of the ICC Champions Trophy, which was previously known as the ICC Knock-out, with matches to be played in Karachi and Lahore.