Cricket West Indies have reported another three-year fixture cycle which will see the men's group play 11 World Test Championship games, 20 ODIs, and 36 T20Is at home between January 2020 and August 2022.
The ladies team is relied upon to play at least 15 ODIs both home and away in the lead up to the ICC Women's World Cup which will be played in New Zealand in 2021.
The Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad, with ICC's approval, is set to turn into the newest worldwide scene for men's cricket. It's planned to have Sri Lanka for a T20I in March 2021. The Trelawny Multipurpose office in Jamaica is additionally a proposed venue for a T20I against Pakistan in 2021.
International cricket will likewise come back to Dominica and St Vincent and the Grenadines. Windsor Park arena will have New Zealand in an ODI and a T20I one year from now, pending last remodels to the arena following Hurricane Maria. Arnos Vale in St Vincent is in line to host consecutive T20Is when Australia visit in 2021. The last international game at the scene was when West Indies crushed Bangladesh by 10 wickets in 2014.
This is a huge step forward for CWI and cricket fans and partners over the region, CWI CEO, Johnny Grave said. In addition to the fact, it provides a full schedule of international meetings which enables them to more likely arrange and schedule their cricket, yet it permits everybody who supports and cherishes cricket to know when the following major game or competition is coming.
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