“The first Test will start from February 7 and the day-night Test will be played in Ahmedabad at the Motera Stadium from February 24,” said Shah while introducing Gujarat Cricket Association’s indoor foundation for youthful cricketers.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah on Thursday affirmed that the day-night Test among India and England will begin from February 24 in Ahmedabad. Shah likewise said that the four-coordinate Test arrangement will initiate from February 7.
“The main Test will begin from February 7 and the day-night Test will be played in Ahmedabad at the Motera Stadium from February 24,” said Shah while introducing Gujarat Cricket Association’s indoor foundation for youthful cricketers.
Prior, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had uncovered that India will play five T20Is against England when the guests visit the nation right on time one year from now. The previous India captain had said that it will be an undeniable visit through four Tests, three ODIs, and five T20Is.
Shah has now additionally uncovered that the five T20Is will likewise be held in Ahmedabad. “5 T20I matches will be played in Ahmedabad’s Motera stadium,” he said.
Previous India wicket-guardian batsman Parthiv Patel was likewise a piece of the introduction function. Parthiv had reported his retirement from all types of cricket on Wednesday.
The BCCI has over the most recent couple of years guaranteed that it designs the ODI and T20I arrangement remembering whether the following show-stopper occasion is a 50-over occasion or a 20-over occasion. The five T20Is against England will be acceptable groundwork for Virat Kohli’s group for the forthcoming T20 World Cup which is set to be played in India in October-November.
The Indian group is as of now in Australia where they as of late dominated the three-game T20I arrangement. Presently the side would be in real life in the four-coordinate Test arrangement, beginning from December 17 in Adelaide.
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