IND vs WI Schedule | Team India schedule announced for West Indies tour in IND vs WI bilateral series, know which matches will be played where

BCCI has announced the schedule of Team India for the Indian team’s tour of West Indies. Significantly, this tour will start from WI vs IND Test Series 2023. 2 matches will be played in this test series. This will be the first series of the Indian team in the upcoming season cycle of WTC 2023-2025. The first match of the two-match Test series between India and West Indies will be played in Dominica from July 12 to July 16. After that, the second match will be held in Trinidad from July 20 to July 24. The second match of the series will be the 100th Test match between the two countries. Also read WI vs IND Test Series 2023 WI vs IND ODI Series 2023 will be the 3 match ODI series between India and West Indies. Then, the WI vs IND T20I Series 2023 of 5 matches will be played. This 8-match ODI and T20I series of limited overs white ball cricket will start on 27 July and the last match will be played on 13 August. 🚨 NEWS 🚨 2️⃣ Tests3️⃣ ODIs5️⃣ T20Is Here’s the schedule of India’s Tour of West Indies 🔽#TeamIndia | #WIvIND — BCCI (@BCCI) June 12, 2023 Remind you that the first 2 matches of the ODI series will be played on July 27 and July 29 at the Kensington Oval ground. And, the third ODI will be played in Trinidad. The first match of the 5-match WI vs IND T20I Series 2023 will be played on 3rd August at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad. The second and third matches will be held on August 6 and 8 respectively at the Guyana KR National Stadium. The fourth and fifth matches of the series will be played at the Broward County Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida. Team India failed to register a win in the final match of ICC WTC for the second consecutive season. Now the Test series against West Indies will be the first step for Team India to decide the journey till the finals of the upcoming season. -Vinay Kumar

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