India will host New Zealand, West Indies, Sri Lanka, and South Africa after T20 WC

India will host New Zealand, West Indies, Sri Lanka, and South Africa after T20 WC

India will host New Zealand, West Indies, Sri Lanka, and South Africa after T20 WC

September 23, 2021  Authorbjbajian

The T20 World Cup will kick off on October 17 in the UAE, with India taking on Pakistan in the opening match on October 24. India will host New Zealand, the West Indies, Sri Lanka, and South Africa after the high-profile event is completed, providing plenty of cricketing activity at home.

The BCCI has already established a schedule for India's home series following the T20 World Cup. India will play New Zealand in three T20Is, two Tests, and the West Indies in three T20Is and two ODIs. Before facing South Africa in a five-match T20I series, India will play Sri Lanka in two Tests and three Twenty20 Internationals.

Although India's series has already been prepared, the final sanction will be given after a meeting with the relevant authorities on September 20. It's worth remembering that India's most recent international series at home was in February 2021, when England visited for a mega-series.

India vs New Zealand (2021)
1st T20I- November 17, Jaipur
2nd T20I- November 19, Ranchi
3rd T20I- November 21, Kolkata
1st Test- November 25-29, Kanpur
2nd Test- December 03-07, Mumbai
India vs West Indies (2022)
1st ODI- February 06, Ahmedabad
2nd ODI- February 09, Jaipur
3rd ODI- February 12, Kolkata
1st T20I- February 15, Cuttack
2nd T20I- February 18, Vishakhapatnam
3rd T20I- February 20, Trivandrum
India vs Sri Lanka (2022)
1st Test- February 25-01 March, Bengaluru
2nd Test- March 05-09, Mohali
1st T20I- March 13, Mohali
2nd T20I- March 15, Dharamsala
3rd T20I- March 18, Lucknow
India vs South Africa (2022)
1st T20I- June 09, Chennai
2nd T20I- June 12, Bangalore
3rd T20I- June 14, Nagpur
4th T20I- June 15, Rajkot
5th T20I- June 19, Delhi