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India’s Cricket Schedule for the rest of the year revealed. Have a glance!

India take on Australia, New Zealand in a limited over affair in Sep-Nov

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Virat Kohli & Steve Smith. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The cricket schedule for the men in blue, along with the others, has been revealed recently. India predominantly plays limited over format throughout the rest of the year. The Indian team hosts the Australians next after their ongoing tour to Sri Lanka in September. They are set to host the Kiwis later in October and November.

Sri Lanka returns to India for a full fledged tour which would conclude in December before the Indian cricket team take the flight to South Africa. Meanwhile, the West Indians board the flight to London soon for their tour to England and Ireland starting August 17. Later in December, they tour New Zealand for another full fledged away tour.

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Bangladesh has a couple of important assignments on their hands as they host Australia for a couple of Test matches and later travel to South Africa to play 2 Tests, 3 ODIs, and 2 T20Is. The all important Ashes is scheduled to commence on November 23. Although the itinerary is yet to be finalized, the latest member to receive Test status, Afghanistan, would take on Zimbabwe for their maiden Test.

Here’s the full cricket schedule –

Australia’s tour of India – 5 ODIs and 3 T20Is (from September end to mid of October, tentatively)

New Zealand’s tour of India – 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is (Late October to first week of November, tentatively)

Sri Lanka’s tour of India – 3 Tests, 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is (Will finish in last week of December, tentatively)

West Indies tour of England – 3 Tests, 1 T20I, 5 ODIs (August 17 – September 29)

West Indies tour of Ireland – 1 ODI (Sept 13)

West Indies tour of New Zealand – 2 Tests, 3 ODIs, 3 T20Is (December 1 – January 3)

Ashes 2017-18 (Australia vs England) – 5 Tests (November 23 – January 8)

Australia’s tour of Bangladesh – 2 Tests (August 27 – September 8)

Bangladesh tour of South Africa – 2 Tests, 3 ODIs, 2 T20Is (September 28 – October 29)

Sri Lanka’s tour of Pakistan (UAE) – 2 Tests, 5 ODIs and 3 T20Is (Likely to start late September. The itinerary is yet to be finalized)

Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe (Afghanistan likely to play their first ever Test, itinerary yet to be finalized)

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