West Indies v England 2022

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England will travel to the West Indies in January 2022 for five T20 Internationals (T20Is) – increased from three matches – which will be be followed by three Test matches in the Caribbean in March – increased from the original two Test matches.

The Caribbean is one of the most incredible places to watch cricket. With its incredible beaches, amazing weather and welcoming locals, it really is the perfect place to combine a relaxing holiday with some high-class cricket.

The full match schedule is as follows;

Friday, January 28: 1st T20

Sunday, January 30: 2nd T20

Wednesday, February 2: 3rd T20

Friday, February 4: 4th T20

Saturday, February 5: 5th T20

Tuesday, March 1-Friday, March 4: Warm-up match

Tuesday, March 8-Saturday, March 12: 1st Test

Wednesday, March 16-Saturday, March 20: 2nd Test

Thursday, March 24-Monday, March 28: 3rd Test

The Test series will be the first in which the two teams compete for the newly commissioned “Richards-Botham Trophy,” named in honour of West Indies’ legend Sir Vivian Richards and England’s great all-rounder Ian Botham. The trophy pays tribute to the two legends whose rivalry and friendship embodies the close relationship and mutual respect between the two sides.

The venues for the West Indies v England series are yet to be announced, but you can register your interest with Venatour today and be the first to know as soon as they are.

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