Indian Team is good to go to play a few Twenty20 Internationals in the United States this August. This will be important for an white-ball series, involving three One-Day Internationals and five Twenty20 Internationals, against the West Indies. The last two rounds of this eight-match series are supposed to be in the US.
The series, probably, will be played between July third week and early August and it has been discovered that the Cricket West Indies (CWI) will have the two American installations at the standard Lauderhill, Florida, which has previously directed six global games there. Indian team has recently played four games at the middle, a few of them each in 2016 and 2019.
“Playing the last two T20Is in the USA makes logistical sense for the Indian team,”
“The Indian schedule will be announced soonest.”Stated by BCCI officials.
Sources have let this site know that the Indian group will continue straight to the Caribbean from England after playing a Test and six white-ball games.
“is aimed at gearing towards growing the game in the Americas by re-energising the sport with a new generation of fans in the West Indies and unlocking cricket’s potential in the USA.”
The timetable of the series in the Caribbean has not yet been declared yet this site has discovered that three ODIs will go before the five T20Is following which the West Indies players will join their separate franchises of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), which will start off on August 29.
USA CA didn’t answer a question from this site however it has proactively declared the send off of an IPL-style T20 association, called Major League Cricket (MLC). The MLC is planned to start off the following year with a delicate send off anticipated later this late summer.