The verdict is scheduled to be issued at 2 pm on April 20, confirmed the supplementary cause list released by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan said on February 23, after both the defence and prosecution completed their arguments, that it would reserve its verdict on the Panama papers case and issue a detailed judgement.
The case is about alleged illegal money laundering by Mr Sharif in 1990s when he twice served as Prime Minister to purchase assets in London.
The assets surfaced when Panama papers showed that they were managed through offshore companies owned by Mr Sharif's children.
It is believed that the outcome of the case is make or break for 67-year-old Sharif ahead of election due next year.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi termed the impending ruling as an important decision in the country's history.
"After waiting 57 days, the decision has come. We hope the decision benefits the country," Mr Qureshi was quoted as saying by the Dawn.