Namibia Captain Invites Team India for T20I Series in Namibia

After the announcement of India‘s tour to South Africa for a four-match T20I series in November, Namibia‘s captain, Gerhard Erasmus, extended a special invitation to the BCCI, proposing a couple of T20Is in Namibia.

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India is set to tour South Africa from November 8 to 15, playing matches in Gqeberha, Centurion, and Johannesburg. Cricket South Africa officially announced the series schedule in coordination with the BCCI.

Namibia, currently participating in their third T20 World Cup, made an impressive debut in 2021 by reaching the Super 12s. Hosting a high-profile team like India could provide significant exposure and development opportunities for Namibian cricket, a sentiment supported by fans.

In a tweet directed at the BCCI, Erasmus wrote, “Hey @BCCI, warm-up in Windhoek?” He further expressed his desire to play a two-match series against India, highlighting the enthusiasm within the Namibian camp for such an opportunity.

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India’s upcoming schedule includes a five-match T20I series tour to Zimbabwe after the T20 World Cup, with senior players expected to rest. The series will mark India’s first under the potential coaching of VVS Laxman, following Rahul Dravid‘s departure as head coach. India’s home season in 2024/25 begins with a Test series against Bangladesh in September, followed by a three-match T20I series.

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After the announcement of India's tour to South Africa for a four-match T20I series in November, Namibia's captain, Gerhard Erasmus, extended a special invitation to the BCCI, proposing a couple of T20Is in Namibia.

India is set to tour South Africa from November 8 to 15, playing matches in Gqeberha, Centurion, and Johannesburg. Cricket South Africa officially announced the series schedule in coordination with the BCCI.

Namibia, currently participating in their third T20 World Cup, made an impressive debut in 2021 by reaching the Super 12s. Hosting a high-profile team like India could provide significant exposure and development opportunities for Namibian cricket, a sentiment supported by fans.

In a tweet directed at the BCCI, Erasmus wrote, “Hey @BCCI, warm-up in Windhoek?” He further expressed his desire to play a two-match series against India, highlighting the enthusiasm within the Namibian camp for such an opportunity.

India's upcoming schedule includes a five-match T20I series tour to Zimbabwe after the T20 World Cup, with senior players expected to rest. The series will mark India's first under the potential coaching of VVS Laxman, following Rahul Dravid's departure as head coach. India's home season in 2024/25 begins with a Test series against Bangladesh in September, followed by a three-match T20I series.

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