This coming Sunday, June 18th, will mark the latest WWE "SmackDown Live" exclusive pay-per-view, "Money In The Bank" 2017. This year's event will feature two ladder matches with briefcases up for grabs over the ring. While one of these matches involves men's superstars battling for the MITB briefcase, there will be a first-ever women's version of the match as well. In addition, there is a tag team title match and several other bouts scheduled for Sunday. Here's the latest on when the PPV arrives, what matches are on the card, and how to watch it.

Latest match card

As mentioned, two ladder matches will headline this year's event. In one match, there will be six men's competitors vying for a briefcase with a WWE World title match contract inside. Competing will be AJ Styles, Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Shinsuke Nakamura. One of these superstars will leave the PPV as either "Mr. Money in the Bank" 2017 or possibly, as the new WWE World Champion.

The "SmackDown" women will also compete in a ladder match. Carmella, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Natalya, and Tamina will all battle it out for a briefcase with a WWE "SmackDown" Women's title shot inside. Meanwhile, the current women's champion Naomi will defend her title against Lana in her debut match on the roster.

It that's not enough, Randy Orton tries to win back the WWE World Championship from Jinder Mahal. Orton lost the title to "The Modern Day Maharaja" weeks ago about the "Backlash" 2017 pay-per-view, thanks to shenanigans from The Singh Brothers. Now "The Viper" will try to strike at the opportune time and reclaim the gold he captured at "WrestleMania 33."

Also, The Usos will defend their "SmackDown" tag team titles against challengers, New Day.

Can the trio of Kofi Kingston, Big E, and Xavier Woods claim gold on the new roster to make history, or will The Usos continue to reign supreme?

When is the PPV?

As with previous WWE pay-per-view events, there will be a "Kickoff Show" for the "Money in the Bank" 2017 PPV. It gets started at 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday evening.

Live coverage is available exclusively on WWE's social media platforms, website, and of course, the WWE Network.

The main WWE "Money in the Bank" pay-per-view gets going at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. The event has a run time of approximately three hours. Fans can watch it live streaming online through the WWE Network, or live on television via select cable providers.