India to host New Zealand, South Africa, West Indies and Sri Lanka after the T20 World Cup

India will host New Zealand, South Africa, West Indies and Sri Lanka in the coming months after the T20 World Cup and will play a total of 21 games across formats.

Varun Malik Author

Updated - 19 September 2021 1:45 pm

The T20 festival for India is beginning from September 19 as the IPL 2021 resumes. It will be followed by a mega T20 World Cup, which is set to be held from October 17. Even after the T2O WC, there will be plenty of action for the Indian fans to look forward to as India is set to host New Zealand in November for some action packed games.

India will host New Zealand, South Africa, West Indies and Sri Lanka in the coming months after the T20 World Cup and will play a total of 21 games across formats. India will play 3 T20Is and 2 Tests against the Black Caps, followed by 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is against West Indies. The Men in Blue will then face Sri Lanka for 2 Tests and a 3-match T20I series followed by a 5-match T20I series against South Africa.

The schedule for the above mentioned series is chalked out but a final green signal will be given to them after a meeting on September 20 between the respective authorities.

India vs New Zealand (2021)

The series will begin with 3 T20Is from November 17, followed by 2 Tests from November 25. Here is the list of matches:

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)

West Indies tour of India will begin with three 50-over games from February 6, followed by 3 T20Is from February 15. Here is the list:

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)

Sri Lanka’s tour will begin with 2 Tests from February 25, while three T20Is will begin from March 13. Check out the list:

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)

South Africa will tour India only for the shortest format. The series will begin with 1st T20 from June 9.

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

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