India will return to England subsequent summer season to play six white-ball video games, the ECB confirmed on Wednesday (September 8). Whereas asserting the schedule for his or her 2022 house summer season, the ECB additionally confirmed that they are going to be internet hosting New Zealand and South Africa too other than India.
Regardless that England hosted New Zealand for a few Assessments earlier this yr (New Zealand gained 1-0) in June earlier than the World Check Championship last, they may host them once more for 3 Assessments this time to kickstart their summer season. This collection involving the hosts and the defending World Check champions will come beneath the 2021-23 World Check Championship cycle.
India Will Return To England To Play Three T20Is And three ODIs In July 2022
Following the conclusion of the three Assessments, England will play 12 limited-overs video games within the month of July. The T20I collection in opposition to India kicks off on July 1 at Previous Trafford in Manchester following which the groups transfer to Edgbaston and Southampton for the following two video games. The T20I collection shall be adopted by a three-match ODI collection that concludes at Lord’s on July 14.
Joe Root’s Check aspect begins their collection in opposition to New Zealand at Lord’s on June 2 earlier than heading to Trent Bridge (June 10-14) and Headingley (June 23-27). A white-ball collection in opposition to India follows in July, with three T20s going down earlier than three ODIs from July 1 to 14. England then welcomes South Africa for the most important collection of the summer season, that includes three ODIs, three T20Is, and concluding with three Assessments.
England Will Additionally Play New Zealand In Three Assessments Beginning June And A Full Fledged All Format In opposition to South Africa From July-August
England will then host South Africa for a full collection from July 19 that can see the guests play three ODIs, three T20Is, and three Assessments. England’s house summer season will conclude with the ultimate Check in opposition to South Africa scheduled to start on September Eight at The Oval. The Check collection will carry extra significance because the groups shall be vying for very important WTC factors. The ECB additionally confirmed that the T20 Blast Finals Day shall be staged at Edgbaston on July 16.
“It has been a scintillating summer season of cricket and so good to see crowds backpacking out venues later this summer season,” ECB Chief Govt Officer, Tom Harrison, mentioned. “For subsequent summer season, I’m happy to have the ability to affirm three high-quality males’s worldwide touring groups for 2022, beginning with a three-Check LV= Insurance coverage Sequence in opposition to World Check Champions New Zealand.”
Tom Harrison is the chief government officer of the England and Wales Cricket Board. He confirmed the house schedule for the boys’s workforce for 2022. Tom Harrison additionally confirmed that discussions are in progress concerning England Ladies’s house schedule in addition to the 2022 home season.
“We additionally stay up for India returning for 2 white-ball collection earlier than we host South Africa for what guarantees to be hard-fought collection throughout three codecs”
Lord’s will host the primary Check (17-21 August) in opposition to South Africa earlier than the collection strikes to Edgbaston (August 25-29) and The Oval (September 8-12).
England’s 2022 house summer season schedule
vs New Zealand
|1st Check||June 2-6||Lord’s, London|
|2nd Check||June 10-14||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|third Check||June 23-27||Headingley, Leeds|
|1st T20I||July 1||Previous Trafford, Manchester|
|2nd T20I||July 3||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|third T20I||July 6||Ageas Bowl, Southampton|
|1st ODI||July 9||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|2nd ODI||July 12||The Oval, London|
|third ODI||July 14||Lord’s, London|
vs South Africa
|1st ODI||July 19||Riverside, Chester-le-Avenue|
|2nd ODI||July 22||OldTrafford, Manchester|
|third ODI||July 24||Headingley, Leeds|
|1st T20I||July 27||Bristol|
|2nd T20I||July 28||Sophia Gardens, Cardiff|
|third T20I||July 31||Ageas Bowl, Southampton|
|1st Check||August 17-21||Lord’s, London|
|2nd Check||August 25-29||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|third Check||September 8-12||The Oval, London|