India to play two white ball series in England next year

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India will be back next year in England for two white ball series.
India will be back next year in England for two white ball series.

The Indian cricket team will be back in England next year to play two white ball series. The three T20 Internationals and as many One Day Internationals will be played between July 1 and 14.

Indian is currently playing a five-Test series against England. The Virat Kohli and Co is enjoying a 2-1 lead with the last game slated to start from September 10. The Test and limited overs series have been segregated due to the length of the tours in times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As per the schedule released by the ECB, India will begin the T20 International series at the Old Trafford on July 1 before matches at Trent Bridge (July 3) and the Ageas Bowl (July 6). A three-match ODI series follows with games at Edgbaston (July 9), the Oval (July 12) and the Lord’s (July 14).

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England men will begin their 2022 home summer with a three-match Test Series against world champions New Zealand. Joe Root’s Test team will begin its series against the Black Caps at Lord’s on June 2 before the series heads to Trent Bridge (10-14 June) and Emerald Headingley (23-27 June).

ECB Chief Executive Officer, Tom Harrison, said: “It has been a scintillating summer of cricket and so good to see crowds back packing out venues later this summer. “For next summer, I am pleased to be able to confirm three high-quality men’s international touring teams for 2022, starting with a three-Test LV= Insurance Series against World Test champions New Zealand.

“We also look forward to India returning for two white-ball series before we host South Africa for what promises to be hard-fought series across three formats, including three Test Matches,” he added.

Schedule:

T20 Internationals: July 1, 2022 (Old Trafford); July 3 (Trent Bridge) and Jul 6 (Ageas Bowl).

ODI Series: July 9 (Edgbaston); July 12 (The Oval, London) and July 14 (Lord’s).

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