India will play two four-day warm-up fixtures towards an India `A` aspect in July forward of their five-match Test sequence in England this summer time at The County Ground in Northamptonshire.India will lock horns with England in a five-match Test sequence slated to start in August 2021. England will host India for 5 Tests at Trent Bridge, Lord`s, Emerald Headingley, the Kia Oval, and Emirates Old Trafford with the primary recreation ranging from August 4.
So India are going to play two warm-up games, each towards India A earlier than the 5 Test sequence towards England in August. First recreation will likely be at Northamptonshire from 21-24 July, the second at Leicestershire 28-31 July, ought to be good enjoyable as each are four-day fixtures #Cricket
— Chandresh Narayanan (@chand2579) January 27, 2021
“Some of the world`s finest international cricketers will be on show at The County Ground this summer as we welcome India and India A,” Northamptonshire County Cricket Club stated in a press release.
“Ahead of India`s five-test series against England in August, Virat Kohli`s Indian side take on India A in a four-day warmup fixture that promises to be a showcase of high-quality cricket,” the County Club added.
Some of the largest names in worldwide cricket are coming to The County Ground this summer time!
We’re excited to announce India will go to The County Ground in July for a 4 day warmup fixture towards India A.
— Northamptonshire CCC (@NorthantsCCC) January 27, 2021
The Test sequence will conclude on September 14, the scheduled final day of the fifth Test at Emirates Old Trafford.Meanwhile, India and England are at present gearing up for a four-match Test sequence, starting in Chennai on February 5. The England cricket group and employees arrived in Chennai on Wednesday for the Test sequence.
The squad led by Joe Root is below a compulsory six-day quarantine interval as per COVID-19 protocol. On Monday, England had defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets in the second Test to win the sequence 2-0. Root was awarded each Man of the Match and Series for his impeccable kind with the bat.