This might seem like an unnecessary question because of 1 Corinthians 15:4 but please bear with me.
This may assist you.
THE SPICES AND THE VISITS TO CHRIST'S TOMB
There has been much confusion about the sequence of events surrounding preparation of spices and the visits to Christ's tomb, because there seems to be no chronological order to the events as recorded in the gospel accounts. This study provides a plausible sequence of events by reviewing them in four segments: The time frame, Jesus' burial, the women's spice preparation, and the visits to the tomb. More reading- Click Here
How Long Was Jesus In His Tomb?
Full Article here. It's conclusion arrived at through scripture is excerpted below.
Here is a summary of the above (The articles contents) information – about the exact days of the week that Jesus was in his tomb:
1. Jesus was crucified on the day of the Passover sacrifice – Nisan 14. In that year, Nisan 14 fell on a Wednesday.
2. Jesus died on Wednesday afternoon; and he was “rushed” into his tomb shortly before sundown that day. This was needed because the next day – which began at sundown – was an annual Sabbath day (i.e., a “high day”).
3. Jesus remained in his tomb from shortly before sundown on Wednesday, until shortly after sundown on Saturday. This means that he was in his tomb for three full days and three full nights – i.e. 72 hours.
4. There are two main reasons why Jesus needed to be in his tomb for three full days and nights: To fulfill his own prophesy (from Matthew 12), and to convince everyone that he had actually died (as opposed to being in a “comatose” state, and then recovering on his own.) 5. Shortly after sundown on Saturday, God resurrected Jesus – and Jesus emerged from his tomb! The above doctrine is supported by Scripture; and it is also consistent with the culture of Israel in the 1st century.