Cricket West Indies (CWI) on Tuesday confirmed the all-format worldwide tour between West Indies and Sri Lanka beginning in March, signalling the return of worldwide cricket to the Caribbean. The two groups will play three T20Is, three One-Day Internationals and a few Test matches in a bio-secure surroundings.
The T20I Series will create historical past as the primary official International matches to be performed by the West Indies Men’s staff on the Coolidge Cricket Ground (CCG) and the primary West Indies Men’s T20Is to be performed in Antigua since 2013. As reigning ICC T20 World Cup champion, West Indies will use these matches as necessary preparation for the defence of its T20 World Cup title which is scheduled to be held in India later this 12 months.
The CG Insurance ODI Series will performed on the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium on March 10, 12 and 14 — with the third being a day/night time encounter. The CG Insurance ODIs type a part of the ICC Super League and these three matches present the chance for West Indies to safe its first factors because the staff tries to qualify robotically for the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup in India.
The two Test matches will likely be performed on the similar venue with the primary match beginning on March 21 and the second beginning March 29, offering the West Indies with one other alternative to win factors and climb the ICC World Test Championship desk following the latest implausible series win in Bangladesh.
The final International West Indies males’s home series featured Ireland in January final 12 months.
T20Is: March 3, 5, 7
ODIs: March 10, 12, 14
Tests: March 21-25; March 29-April 2