India next Cricket match schedule: India set to clash against West Indies in their next International assignment after 2019 World Cup exit
India’s gut-wrenching semi-final exit versus New Zealand from the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup left the fans follow the remaining knock-out encounters with a heavy heart. However, the once in a lifetime sort of a World Cup final match has made sure that almost all the discussions pertaining the Indian Cricket Team gets halted for a day or two, and fall in line upon where the entire Cricketing fraternity has almost lost its wits.
@BCCI India vs west indies tour team selection should be such that the openers of india team should be Rohit Sharma @ImRo45 & Rishabh Pant @RishabPant777 and Shreyas Iyer Open at no. 4 is the best combination for the winning 11
— Anil Pandey (@anilpandey516) July 16, 2019
Finally, with Indian fans steadily absorbing in all the emotions the World Cup final gave them, the action now shifts over to Team India’s next International assignment. The Indian Cricket Team, is all set to tour West Indies for a T20, One-Day, and Test match series ready to commence from August 3, 2019.
India vs West Indies series schedule
3-match T20I series
India will first play the three-match T20I series beginning from August 3. While the first two matches will take place in Florida, USA, in a bid to promote the game in the nation, the final one will be played in Guyana.
West Indies vs India, 1st T20I
West Indies vs India, 2nd T20I
West Indies vs India, 3rd T20I
India vs West Indies ODI series
West Indies vs India, 1st ODI
West Indies vs India, 2nd ODI
West Indies vs India, 3rd ODI
India vs West Indies Test series
West Indies vs India, 1st Test
West Indies vs India, 2nd Test
Where will the matches telecast?
Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN) has launched its campaign, #MoreCricket, for the upcoming high-octane cricket series which includes the India tour of West Indies series as well.
Audiences can watch the India tour of West Indies on SONY TEN 1 (English) and SONY TEN 3 (Hindi) channels from August 3 to September 3, 2019.