Team India will travel to West Indies to play limited overs matches in June-July, a BCCI media release confirmed today (May 16). The one-day series will begin on June 23 while the lone T20I will be played at the Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica on July 9.
The first two games of the ODI series will be played at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain while the third and fourth ODI will be played at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. The final ODI and the only T20I will be hosted at the Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica.
After the end of the Champions Trophy in the United Kingdom on June 18, the Indian team will directly travel to the Caribbean shore for the series. Even the last time in 2013, after winning the Champions Trophy, India went to the West Indies for a tri-nation series.
Some reports had emerged that the BCCI wanted joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary to speak to WICB chief David Cameron for India's objections on the proposed changes in ICC governance model and bring West Indies to their side, the result of which is still unknown.
In 2016, India toured the West Indies for a four-Test series and won that 2-0.
1st ODI, Queen's Park Oval, June 23
2nd ODI, Queen's Park Oval, June 25
3rd ODI, Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, June 30
4th ODI, Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, July 2
5th ODI, Sabina Park, July 6
Only T20I, Sabina Park, July 9
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