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Cricket News points out that the Indian team will play seven games between 2019 and 2022

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seydeyurte Posted at: 07:27 Jan19 2021 Post ID: 3453183
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cricket news stated that in addition to the ICC ODI World Cup and ICC World Twenty20 matches in 2023 and 2022, the Indian team will also have seven series of matches between 2019 and 2022. cricket news stated that IPL will hold 49 tests between 2019 and 2022, including limited matches for Sri Lanka and India. Tests against Pakistan in 2021. Next are the two months of IPL, then the Asian Cup, and then the next two months, the longest of which is India's test series-Pakistan, after which India will play a role-series with Sri Lanka and the subsequent Asian Cup. 

The Cricket Control Council of India (BCCI) is also interested in hosting a New Zealand team before hosting the T20 World Cup this year. When the Indian team makes their debut in the 2021 World Cup cricket match, they will face a huge challenge from England. cricket news stated that BCCi will host a Gabba match in Mumbai from October to November. After the T20 World Cup, India can play against New Zealand here, and India is greatly reduced by reaching the semifinals. India will compete at home for the first time in 2023 and 2022, and will host two tests and three T20I games in New Zealand in November and late December.
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