Time: 03:00 GMT (14:00 AEDT)
Location: Macksville High School – in Hughes’ hometown of Macksville, New South Wales.
Attendees: In total, roughly 5,000 mourners are expected to attend the event, with Hughes’ family inviting the whole of Macksville to turn up.
Australia’s captain Michael Clarke will deliver a tribute to Hughes at the funeral and will be a pall-bearer, along with Aaron Finch and Tom Cooper.
West Indies and New Zealand greats Brian Lara and Sir Richard Hadlee will also be among those attending, and Cricket Australia expect 300 to 400 dignitaries and past and present players to attend the service.
The entire New South Wales and Australia Test squads will be in attendance.
Two England Test players, past and present, in Nick Compton and Sam Robson will attend the funeral. England captain Alastair Cook will not be there, because he is with his one-day international team in Sri Lanka.
The ICC will be attending on behalf of its members, including the ECB.
India’s stand-in captain Virat Kohli, team director Ravi Shastri and coach Duncan Fletcher have confirmed they will pay their respects. Other members of the touring India team are also expected to attend.
TV: Four out of Australia’s five free-to-air television networks will broadcast the event – the Nine, Seven and 10 Networks, ABC TV and also pay-TV channel Sky News will all be showing the event.
Public viewings of the service will take place at the SCG, Adelaide Oval, WACA and Bellerive Oval.
What happens next? After the service, all current and former cricketers present will be invited to form a guard of honour.
There will be a memorial service in New South Wales in the coming weeks, but a date is yet to be confirmed.