England cricket team’s full schedule for next year announced

Jofra Archer

England men’s cricket team have a full schedule ahead of them for the next year.

The first of these is the away series against South Africa in January which consists of three ODIs. This series was due to be played in 2020 but the outbreak of Covid was postponed.

For the month of February, England is going to tour New Zealand for a two-Test series. This series is going to be played at Mount Maunganui and the Basin Reserve.

Then in March, England is bound for Bangladesh for three ODIs and three T20Is. This will also be England’s first trip to Bangladesh after 2016.

From June onwards, England will start their home series that first consists of a one-off Test match against Ireland. This match will serve the purpose of a warm-up match before the Ashes.

For June-July 2023, England will be hosting Australia for the Ashes and will also end their summer of Test cricket because Australia will tour South Africa in August.

In September, England will host New Zealand for three ODIs and five T20Is towards the end of the month.

After New Zealand, Ireland will once again return to England in September for three ODIs.

In October-November next year is the showpiece ICC event which is the 50-over World Cup. For this, England will travel to India and will look to defend their 2019 title once again. They will also look to win their third ICC title in four years.

And then finally in December, England will be leaving for the West Indies to play three ODIs and five T20Is. This is going to be a white ball-only series between the two sides.

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