Cricket The itinerary for India’s tour of the Caribbean islands, which will take place next month, has been made public by West Indies. Two Tests, three One-Day Internationals, and five Twenty20 Internationals are scheduled to be played in West Indies against India between July 12 and August 13.
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The first Test is scheduled to be contested between July 12 and July 16 in Dominica, serving as the opening match in the World Test Championship 2023–25 cycle for both nations. The second Test, which will be the historic 100th Test at the Queen’s Park Oval, will be held in Trinidad from July 20–24.
|First Test||JULY 12-16||Windsor Park||Dominica|
|Second Test||JULY 20-24||Queen’s Park Oval||Trinidad|
ODI Series consist of 3 Matches
The ODI series will quickly come after, with the games taking place in Trinidad and Barbados between July 27 and August 1. Prior to the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, which gets underway in October of this year, India may use the ODI series on the tour to evaluate players.
|First ODI||JULY 27||Kensington Oval||Barbados|
|Second ODI||JULY 29||Kensington Oval||Barbados|
|Third ODI||AUGUST 1||Brain Lara Cricket Academy||Trinidad|
Five T2O Matches in the Series
A five-match T20I series, with the first three games taking place in Trinidad and Guyana, will round up the tour. The final two T20Is will be place in Florida, USA. Andre Coley will take over as the West Indies’ Test team’s head coach after this series, with Daren Sammy taking charge of the limited-overs teams.
|First T20||AUGUST 3||Brain Lara Cricket Academy||Trinidad|
|Second T20||AUGUST 6||National Stadium||Guyana|
|Third T20||AUGUST 8||National Stadium||Guyana|
|Fourth T20||AUGUST 12||Broward County Stadium||Florida|
|Fifth T2O||AUGUST 13||Broward County Stadium||Florida|
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