India Tour of West Indies 2022 Finalized To Play 5 T20Is and 3 ODIs
After the end of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the Indian team is busy with international cricket again. England will fly home to South Africa with hospitality. After that series, India’s next destination will be the Caribbean Islands. India Tour of West Indies 2022 Finalized where India vs West Indies are scheduled to play three ODI as well as five T20 there.
India will play a limited overs series against England this year. The team will also play the Manchester Test, which has been postponed to 2021. At the end of this series, the Indian team will play a series against the West Indies.
The West Indies have finalized the schedule ahead of the Indian team’s tour. The two teams will play eight matches in two formats in the Caribbean. Six of the matches will be played in the Caribbean and the other two will be played in the United States.
The two-team series will be played on July 22 this year with the first ODI of the three-match series. The remaining two matches of the ODI series will be played on July 24 and 26. The venue for the ODI series is Queens Park Oval in Trinidad.
The first T20 of the five-match series will also be held in Trinidad. The venue for this match is the newly built Brian Charles Lara Stadium. This match will be held on July 29.
The second and third T20s of the five-match series will be played at Warner Park in St. Kitts and Nevis. These two matches will be held on August 1 and 2.
The last two T20s of the five-match series will be played on August 6 and 7. The venue for the two matches is at Fort Lauderdale Stadium in Florida, USA.
The India vs West Indies tour schedule 2022 has been finalized after getting permission from the US government to host the last two matches of the T20 series. With this series, Nicolas Puran will replace Kieron Pollard in the West Indies squad as the limited overs captain.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided not to have a bio-bubble in the series against South Africa at home. However, the boards of the two countries have not yet confirmed whether there will be a bio-bubble in the West Indies series. It has been informed that the matter will be decided before the start of the series considering the situation.