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Indian Cricket team schedule 2017-18 after Champions Trophy

Samarth Srivastava

Samarth SrivastavaBy Samarth Srivastava

Published on 19 Jun 2017 7:21 AM GMT

Indian Cricket team schedule 2017-18 after Champions Trophy
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Indian Cricket team schedule 2017-18 ahead of CT 2017
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New Delhi: Though Indian Cricket team failed to lift Champions Trophy 2017 but there is a lot in the box for Cricket devotees in the year ahead.

Virat Kohli led Indian team is having a busy schedule this year too. After the end of CT 2017, Indian team will be on tour of West Indies where Men in Blue will play five ODIs and the only T20.

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Fixture of the West Indies tour

June 23: 1st ODI, Queen’s Park Oval

June 25: 2nd ODI, Queen’s Park Oval

June 30: 3rd ODI, SVRS

July 2: 4th ODI, SVRS

July 6: 5th ODI, Sabina Park

July 9: 1st T20I, Sabina Park

Fixture of the Sri Lanka tour

July 26- July 30: 1st Test, Pallekele

August 4 - August 8: 2nd Test, Galle

August 12 - August 16: 3rd Test, Colombo (SSC)

August 20: 1st ODI, Colombo,(RPS)

August 24: 2nd ODI, Dambulla

August 27: 3rd ODI, Pallekele

August 30: 4th ODI, Pallekele

September 3: 5th ODI, Colombo (RPS)

September 6: Only T20I, Colombo (RPS)

Australia’s tour of India

The Australian Cricket team is scheduled to tour India in October 2017 to play five ODIs and one T20.

India’s tour of South Africa

After Australia series, India will be on a tour of South Africa where it will play four Tests, five ODIs and three T20s. South Africa vs India series will be played from November 2017 to January 2018.

The announcement regarding the dates and venues of the matches is yet to come.

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Samarth Srivastava

Samarth Srivastava

Employed as sub-editor at newstrack.com. A learner, who loves covering sports, entertainment and defence kind of stuff.

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