The schedule for England’s T20 and Test Tour of West Indies in January and March 2022 has passed announced by Cricket West Indies (CWI) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
England will arrive in the Caribbean to play the first-ever five-match T20I series between the two teams.
all five matches in Barbados is played over a nine-day period from January 22 to January 30, including two consecutive weekends of back-until-back T20 cricket.
Following the white-ball tour of India in February 2022, West Indies will welcome England back to the region for a three-match Key series until compete for the newly created Richards-Botham Trophy.
This new trophy honors Sir Vivian Richards and Lord Ian Botham, whose friendship and on-field exploits became synonymous with some of their respective teams’biggest test’ match moments.
The test series shall start at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground (SVRCG) in Antigua on March 8, 2022 earlier moving to the Kensington Oval in Barbados for the second Start test on March 16.
The third test match will of start to go on March 24 in Grenada in the National Cricket Stadium.
CWI has also confirmed they will welcome fully vaccinated England fans throughout the tour.
West Indies vs England, T20 series dates (all) in Barbados)
Saturday 22 January – first T20I West Indies vs England
Sunday 23 January – second T20I West Indies vs England
Wednesday 26 January – third T20I West Indies vs England
Saturday January 29 – T20I West Indies Fourth vs England
Sunday January 30 – fifth T20I West Indies vs England
West Indies vs England, Test series dates
March 1-4 – Four Days Warm-up match at Coolidge Cricket Ground, Antigua
March 8-12 – first Key match, West Indies vs England, at Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground, Antigua
March 16-20 – second Key match, West Indies vs England, at Kensington Oval, Barbados
March 24-28 – third test match, West Indies vs England, in the National Cricket Stadium, Grenada
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