Here is the schedule for team India for the year 2018

The year 2017 was a golden year for team India as they enjoyed a dream run and didn’t lose a single bilateral series. The men in blue were pretty busy throughout the year with series across formats lined up one after the other. As the year comes to an end, we move forward to 2018 and Virat Kohli and his men will be once again be involved in heavy workloads.

The team has already made its way to South Africa where it will play 3 Tests, 6 ODIs and 3 T20Is. They will then move to Sri Lanka once again and this time, it will be a tri-series of the shortest format of the game with Bangladesh being the third side.

Very shortly after that, the players will be involved in the prestigious Indian Premier League that lasts for close to 2 months. In July, will arrive another crucial tour for team India as they head to England for 3 T20Is, 3 ODIs and 5 Tests.

The Asia Cup will follow the English tour and this year, the tournament will feature the ODI format as opposed to T20I like the last time. Windies will tour India for a full series later this year and then, the men in blue will travel down under to take part in 4 Tests of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

It’s going to be one heck of a year for India as they will play mostly outside the country. They had a wonderful time in their own backyard last year but it’s time for them to prove themselves overseas. The tours of South Africa, England and Australia will determine how far the team has traveled in terms of supremacy.

Here’s the schedule for team India for 2018

India’s tour of South Africa (3 Tests, 6 ODIs and 3 T20Is)

  • 1st Test, January 5-9 in Cape Town
  • 2nd Test, January 13-17 in Centurion
  • 3rd Test, January 24-28 in Johannesburg
  • 1st ODI, February 1 in Durban
  • 2nd ODI, February 4 in Centurion
  • 3rd ODI, February 7 in Cape Town
  • 4th ODI, February 10 in Johannesburg
  • 5th ODI, February 13 in Port Elizabeth
  • 6th ODI, February 16 in Centurion
  • 1st T20I, February 18 in Johannesburg
  • 2nd T20I, February 21 in Centurion
  • 3rd T20I, February 24 in Cape Town

T20I tri-series in Sri Lanka (involving Bangladesh) – From March 8 to March 20

Indian Premier League (IPL) 11 – From April 4 to May 31

India’ tour of England (3 T20Is, 3 ODIs and 5 Tests)

  • 1st T20I, July 3 at Old Trafford, Manchester
  • 2nd T20I, July 6 at Sophia Gardens Cardiff
  • 3rd T20I, July 8 at County Ground, Bristol
  • 1st ODI, July 12 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham
  • 2nd ODI, July 14 at Lord’s London
  • 3rd ODI, July 17 at Headingley, Leeds
  • 1st Test, August 1-5 at Edgbaston, Birmingham
  • 2nd Test, August 9-13 at Lord’s, London
  • 3rd Test, August 18-22 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham
  • 4th Test, August 30-September 3 at The Rose Bowl, Southampton
  • 5th Test, September 7-11 at Kennington Oval, London

Asia Cup 2018 in September (involving Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Qualifier)

  • India v Hong Kong, 4th Match, Group A, September 18 in Dubai
  • India v Pakistan, 4th Match, Group A, September 18 in Dubai

Check out the full Asia Cup schedule here

Windies’ tour of India –  (2 Tests, 5 ODIs and 3 T20Is)

  • 1st Test, October 4-8 in Rajkot
  • 2nd Test, October 12-16 in Hyderabad
  • 1st ODI, October 21 in Guwahati
  • 2nd ODI, October 24 in Indore
  • 3rd ODI, October 27 in Pune
  • 4th ODI, October 29 in Mumbai
  • 5th ODI, November 1 in Thiruvananthapuram
  • 1st T20I, November 4 in Kolkata
  • 2nd T20I, November 6 in Lucknow
  • 3rd T20I, November 11 in Chennai

India’s tour of Australia – (3T20Is, 4 Tests, 3 ODIs)

  • 1st T20I, November 21 in Brisbane
  • 2nd T20I, November 23 in Melbourne
  • 3rd T20I, November 25 in Sydney
  • 1st Test, December 6-10 in Adelaide
  • 2nd Test, December 14-18 in Perth
  • 3rd Test, December 26-30 in Melbourne
  • 4th Test, January 3-7 in Sydney
  • 1st ODI, January 12 in Sydney
  • 2nd ODI, January 15 in Adelaide
  • 3rd ODI, January 18 in Melbourne

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