The Indian women’s team is set to host world champions Australia for a five-match T20I series in December later this year. The dates and locations of the series, announced by Cricket Australia on Monday as part of its men’s and women’s schedule for the season, are unconfirmed.
The Indian women’s team, which last appeared in the ODI World Cup in March, will compete in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham next July, followed by a three-match ODI and a maximum T20I in September. The hosts will face England in the ball series.
The Cricket Australia CEO said: “This is an exciting eight-month start for the team, including the tour of India, the home series against Pakistan, the opportunity to play in the Hundred and our own extended domestic season, from the T20 World Cup. First, “said Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hawkley.
In addition, the Australian men’s team will tour India in September for a three-match T20 series as mentioned earlier.
The series will serve as a preparation for the T20 World Cup to be held from October 17 to November 14 this year.
However, the exact dates are yet to be finalized. However, it is expected in the last half of September as Australia will host New Zealand for the ODI series from 6 to 11.
The Australian men’s and women’s teams are both reigning T20 champions. While Aaron Finch And the company won the title last year and their goal is to defend their crown at home, with their female counterparts winning the title in 2020, after beating India in the final.
The Australian men’s team was scheduled to travel to India later this year for a full series, including four Tests, three ODIs and three T20s, but after being pushed back to the T20 World Cup by the Cove 19, now the Red Ball There will be games. It will be held in February and March next year.
The next assignment for the Indian men’s team is a five-match T20 series against South Africa at home from June 9 to 19, followed by a tour of Ireland for two T20Is.
The Rohit Sharma-led team will then face England in the fifth and final Test, which was postponed on July 1 last year due to the spread of COVID-19 in the Indian camp.
Man in Blue will then play a series of whiteballs against England, including three T20s and a maximum of ODIs.
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