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BCCI announces schedule for Sri Lanka tour of India, check here

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Samarth SrivastavaBy Samarth Srivastava

Published on 4 Oct 2017 8:49 AM GMT

BCCI announces schedule for Sri Lanka tour of India, check here
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New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday announced the schedule of Sri Lanka's tour of India to be held from November 16 to December 24.

The tour will feature three Test matches, three One-Day Internationals (ODI) and as many Twenty20 Internationals (T20I).

The visitors will start with a warm-up match at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata from November 11-13 before the opening Test at the same venue from November 16-20.

The second Test will take place in Nagpur from November 24-28 while the third and final Test will be held here from December 2-6.

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The ODI series will tee off with the first encounter in Dharamsala on December while the second will be held in Mohali (December 13) and Vizag (December 17).

The T20I series will start on December 20 in Cuttack with Indore (December 22) and Mumbai (December 24) hosting the second and third matches, respectively.

Visit next slide for full schedule of Sri Lanka Tour of India 2017:

Three-match Test series -

India vs Sri Lanka: 1st Test – November 16-20, Kolkata

India vs Sri Lanka: 2nd Test – November 24-28, Nagpur

India vs Sri Lanka: 3rd Test – December 2-6, Delhi

Three-match ODI series -

India vs Sri Lanka: 1st ODI – December 10, Dharamsala

India vs Sri Lanka: 2nd ODI – December 13, Mohali

India vs Sri Lanka: 3rd ODI – December 17, Vishakhapatnam

Three-match T20I series -

India vs Sri Lanka: 1st T20I – December 20, Cuttack

India vs Sri Lanka: 2nd T20I – December 22, Indore

India vs Sri Lanka: 3rd T20I – December 24 Mumbai

Samarth Srivastava

Samarth Srivastava

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