England will visit the Caribbean in December 2023 for a three-match ODI series and a five-match T20I series.
Following the 50-over World Cup in India. England will play two white-ball series against the West Indies, with Jos Buttler serving as captain. For the first time in more than a decade, the defending champions will go to Trinidad. There will be three One-Day Internationals and five Twenty20 Internationals on the tour, which gets underway on December 3.
The freshly announce series is set to take place only a few weeks after the World Cup. Thus the Three Lions, who are predict to get to the knockout stages of this year’s 50-over World Cup in the subcontinent. Would likely rest a number of important players. In addition, England is slate to visit India in January 2024 for a highly anticipated Test series.
In terms of the series, the first two One Day Internationals will be play in Antigua at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. After playing a few matches in Barbados, Grenada, and Trinidad. The action will return to Trinidad for the final two games of the series at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy. Each of the four designated locations for the series will host two games.
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The visit will also aid our current site preparations for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. Chief of CWI
While Grave are please with the entertainment value the series will bring to the Caribbean, he also note that it would be a great test for the organizers as they prepare to host the upcoming T20 World Cup alongside the United States in 2024.
Official statement of Johnny Grave – CWI’s Chief
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