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After an incredible year for Team India in 2021 where they defeated Australia down under, dominated the England side at home across all formats, registered famous wins at Lord's, Oval, Centurion apart from sealing a few other bilateral series. However, a bigger challenge awaits for the side in 2022 as they get set to take part in T20 Asia Cup and T20 World Cup.

The Men in Blue will also be playing lot of ODIs this year against South Africa, West Indies, Sri Lanka etc. in order to prepare for the 2023 World Cup at home. And apart from international cricket, there is a 10-team IPL also slated to take place in April-June where all the key Indian players will be in action.

Here is the action-packed schedule for Indian players in 2022:

India tour of South Africa 

January 3 – January 7: Second Test, Johannesburg

January 11 – January 15: Third Test, Cape Town

January 19: First ODI, Paarl

January 21: Second ODI, Paarl

January 23: Third ODI, Cape Town

West Indies tour of India

February 6: First ODI, Ahmedabad

February 9: Second ODI, Jaipur

February 12: Third ODI, Kolkata

February 15: First T20, Cuttack

February 18: Second T20, Visakhapatnam

February 20: Third T20, Trivandrum

Sri Lanka tour of India

February 25: First Test, Bengaluru

March 5: Second Test, Mohali

March 13: First T20, Mohali

March 15: Second T20, Dharamshala

March 18: Third T20, Lucknow

Afghanistan tour of India

March (Tentative)

Three ODIs

Indian Premier League 2022

April 2 - June 3 (Tentative)

South Africa tour of India

June 9: First T20, Chennai

June 12: Second T20, Bengaluru

June 14: Third T20, Nagpur

June 17: Fourth T20, Rajkot

June 19: Fifth T20, Delhi

India tour of England

July 1: Rescheduled Fifth Test, Birmingham

July 7: First T20, Southampton

July 9: Second T20, Birmingham

July 10: Third T20, Nottingham

July 12: First ODI, London

July 14: Second ODI, London

July 17: Third ODI, Manchester

India tour of West Indies

August (Tentative)

Three ODIs and Three T20s

T20 Asia Cup in Sri Lanka

September (Tentative)

T20 World Cup in Australia

October 16 - November 13

India tour of Bangladesh

November (Tentative)

Two Tests, Three ODIs

Sri Lanka tour of India

December (Tentative)

Five ODIs