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India voyage through West Indies to begin early August 2019

Cricket West Indies has consented to the BCCI's solicitation of pushing back India's 2019 voyage through the Caribbean by two or three weeks. ESPNcricinfo comprehends the visit is probably going to begin in the primary seven day stretch of August and keep running till September 4.

India voyage through West Indies to begin early August 2019
India voyage through West Indies to begin early August 2019


According to the ICC's FTP, India were booked to visit West Indies following the World Cup for a full visit including two Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is. Albeit no dates had been settled, it is trusted that India were intended to achieve the Caribbean following the World Cup last on July 14. In any case, the BCCI may have needed the India players to have a break before the West Indies visit, 

India voyage through West Indies to begin early August 2019
India voyage through West Indies to begin early August 2019


CWI additionally needed an unmistakable window for the Caribbean Premier League, which has now likewise been rescheduled, inferable from the move in the India visit agenda. Initially, the seventh version of the CPL was booked from August 21 to September 27. According to the overhauled dates, the competition will currently be played between September 4 and October 12.

India voyage through West Indies to begin early August 2019
India voyage through West Indies to begin early August 2019


ESPNcricinfo comprehends that the BCCI has mentioned CWI to incorporate a three-day warm-up match amid the India visit. India A will likewise be playing three four-day coordinates in the West Indies before the senior group's visit amusement. A last calendar for every one of the visits will be settled at the CWI Board meeting in about fourteen days.

Johnny Grave, CWI's CEO, said having a reasonable window would mean all the West Indies players would be accessible for the CPL. "We are satisfied that we have had the capacity to work together with CPL to discover a spot in our worldwide schedule to guarantee that all the best Caribbean cricketers can partake, as the competition assumes a urgent job in our arrangements and getting ready for the T20 World Cup in 2020,"
CPL's head working officer Pete Russell said the difference in calendar would not hamper the competition at all. "The Biggest Party in Sport may have been postponed by about fourteen days, however it will be surprisingly better subsequently."

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