India vs West Indies (Image Credits: Twitter)
India vs West Indies (Image Credits: Twitter)

Cricket West Indies (CWI) has declared lengthy home visits for their impending season, involving Bangladesh, India, and New Zealand. The rundown of fixtures involves 30 international games, involving two Tests, nine one-day internationals, and 11 T20Is across 10 venues. 

West Indies’ home season begins with Bangladesh, which will play two Tests, three ODIs, and three T20Is from June 16 to July 16. The initial two T20Is will see a comeback of the redesigned Windsor Park, which will have international cricket for the first time since around 2017.

Bangladesh vs West Indies (image credits: Twitter)
Bangladesh vs West Indies (image credits: Twitter)

Queen’s Park Oval To Host First ODI Of India Vs West Indies Series

In the meantime, India’s white-ball tour will start on July 22 in Trinidad and Tobago. The three-game ODI series will occur at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain. 

Out of the five T20s, last two T20Is will be facilitated by the Broward County Cricket Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida, on August 6 and 7. The series will start with the Brian Lara Cricket Academy arranging it’s very first men’s T20I on July 29. It will be trailed by second and third T20Is in Warner Park, St Kitts. 

India vs West Indies
India vs West Indies (Image Credits: Twitter)

West Indies’ home season will close with three ODIs and three T20s, starting on August 10 against New Zealand. Each of the three ODIs is important for the ICC ODI Super League to fit the bill for the 2023 World Cup. 

West Indies To Have It’s Most Active Home Season Ever: Johnny Grave

CEO of CWI Johnny Grave was happy to report the fixtures across all areas, particularly in the USA. He likewise underlined that it will be the most active home season ever and is anticipating 30 days of action stuffed cricketing days. He said: 

“We are delighted to announce the match schedule for the men’s international calendar at home for the rest of the year.

We know our supporters will be delighted with the news that the matches are being played all across the region as well as those living in the USA will be able to see their favourite players in action. This is the busiest year of cricket ever in the West Indies.” 

Grave continued: 

India vs West Indies (Image Credits: Twitter)
India vs West Indies (Image Credits: Twitter)

“In January, we hosted Ireland and England in white ball formats, and also successfully staged the ICC Under 19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022, which featured 16 teams traversing the region.

The upcoming summer is expected to feature 30 days of top-quality entertainment for our fans as we look ahead to hosting three teams of differing styles in all three formats, which will sure to whet the appetite.” 

West Indies are presently playing against the Netherlands at Amstelveen in the three-game ODI series. The visitors took a 1-0 lead after a dominating seven-wicket triumph on Tuesday (June 1). 

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