Following the tour of England in July, Team India will travel to the West Indies for a week. Three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and five Twenty-20 Internationals (T20Is) will be played. Players from the West Indies will then join their respective Caribbean Premier League franchises, which will begin on August 29. The final two T20 matches will be held in the United States. However, there has yet to be any official confirmation of the tour.
In America, two matches can be played.
After playing one Test and five white ball matches in England, the Indian team will travel to the West Indies in the last week of July, according to cricket website Cricbuzz. The West Indies Cricket Board is preparing a plan to hold the final two T20 matches in Laudhill, Florida, USA.
Six international matches have been held in the United States of America.
It is unlikely that the first international match will be held in the United States. Before this, there had been six international matches. India has also played four matches in this tournament. In 2016 and 2019, both matches ended in a 2-2 draw.
After the IPL, Team India has a full schedule.
On May 29, the Indian Premier League will come to an end. After that, Team India’s schedule is jam-packed. In the first week of June, the African team will travel to India. Between June 9 and June 19, there will be a series of five T20 matches. Following that, Team India will travel to England for a tour. Ireland will play two T20 matches before their series with England. The first match will take place on June 26 and the second will take place on June 28. At the same time, England will play Australia in a Test match from July 1 to 5. Three T20 matches will be played from July 7 to 10 and three ODIs will be played from July 12 to 17.