Team India Schedule For Home Series: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) unveiled the schedule for the forthcoming home series against Sri Lanka, New Zealand, and Australia on Thursday. In January, a three-match T20I and three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka will kick off the international home season.
Team India will play 19 matches in the course of two and a half months. Keeping the 2023 ODI world cup in mind, out of those 19 matches, 9 are ODIs. The BCCI schedule announces the Sri Lanka Tour of India 2022-23, the New Zealand tour of India 2022-23, and the Australia tour of India 2022-33. This also includes the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
Team India Schedule For Home Series
Sri Lanka tour of India, 2022-23
Team India’s home season will begin in January 2023 with a three-match T20 series against Sri Lanka followed by 3 ODIs.
|1||3rd January||1st T20I||Mumbai|
|2||5th January||2nd T20I||Pune|
|3||7th January||3rd T20I||Rajkot|
|4||10th January||1st ODI||Guwahati|
|5||12th January||2nd ODI||Kolkata|
|6||15th January||3rd ODI||Trivandrum|
New Zealand tour of India, 2022-23
Next will be the New Zealand tour of India. New Zealand will play 3 ODIs against India starting on 18 January. Team India will also play a three-match T20I series against New Zealand. It will end on 1st February.
|1||18th January||1st ODI||Hyderabad|
|2||21st January||2nd ODI||Raipur|
|3||24th January||3rd ODI||Indore|
|4||27th January||1st T20I||Ranchi|
|5||29th January||2nd T20I||Lucknow|
|6||1st February||3rd T20I||Ahmedabad|
Australia’s tour of India, 2022-23 – Test series
The action will move forward with much awaited India vs Australia Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Beginning on February 9 in Nagpur, the Australia Border-Gavaskar Trophy tour of India will get underway. The following three Test matches for Team India will be held at Delhi, Dharamsala, and Ahmedabad. The Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which consists of a four-match Test series, will probably be terminated after this year.
|1||9th – 13th February||1st Test||Nagpur|
|2||17th – 21st February||2nd Test||Delhi|
|3||1st – 5th March||3rd Test||Dharamsala|
|4||9th – 13th March||4th Test||Ahmedabad|
Australia’s tour of India, 2022-23 – ODI series
The home series will then conclude with a three-match ODI series which will be held in Mumbai, Vizag, and Chennai.
|1||17th March||1st ODI||Mumbai|
|2||19th March||2nd ODI||Vizag|
|3||22nd March||3rd ODI||Chennai|
The major adjustment is that Virat Kohli and India’s captain Rohit Sharma may no longer be a part of India’s T20 plans. There have already been reports that Hardik Pandya will be named India’s new T20 captain before the series against Sri Lanka. A new coach for the Indian T20 Team is something that the Indian Board BCCI is also interested in. Most likely, Rahul Dravid and the incoming coach will collaborate.
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