West Indies Cricket Calendar 2024: South Africa, England, and Bangladesh Tours Announced

West Indies cricket fans have plenty to look forward to as the national team is set to host South Africa, England, and Bangladesh between May and December 2024. The action-packed schedule includes a mix of Test matches, One-Day Internationals (ODIs), and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is), promising thrilling encounters for cricket enthusiasts.

The cricketing extravaganza kicks off with a three-match T20I series against South Africa, starting on May 23 at Sabina Park in Jamaica. This series serves as a prelude to the T20 World Cup, where West Indies and the USA will co-host the tournament in June.

Following the T20 World Cup, West Indies will tour England for a Test series in July. The action then shifts back home, with South Africa scheduled to visit for two Tests in Trinidad and Guyana from August 7. This will be followed by a three-match T20I series in Trinidad ahead of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

West Indies full tour schedule

  • South Africa Tour (May):
  • Three-match T20I series starting May 23 at Sabina Park, Jamaica.
  • England Tour (July):
  • Test series against England.
  • South Africa Tour (August):
  • Two Tests in Trinidad and Guyana starting August 7.
  • Three-match T20I series at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad, from August 23.
  • Sri Lanka Tour (October):
  • White-ball tour in Sri Lanka.
  • England Tour (October):
  • Three ODIs and five T20Is across Antigua, Barbados, and St Lucia starting October 31.
  • Bangladesh Tour (November-December):
  • Two Tests in Antigua and Jamaica.
  • Three ODIs in St. Kitts & Nevis.
  • Three T20Is in St Vincent.

In October, West Indies will embark on a white-ball tour to Sri Lanka before returning home to host England for three ODIs and five T20Is starting on October 31, with matches scheduled in Antigua, Barbados, and St Lucia.

The final tour of the year will see Bangladesh visiting the Caribbean shores between November 22 and December 19 for an all-format series. The tour includes two Tests in Antigua and Jamaica, three ODIs in St. Kitts & Nevis, and three T20Is in St Vincent.

Johnny Grave, CEO of Cricket West Indies (CWI), announced that Grenada and Dominica missed out on hosting games this year due to significant improvements being made to the stadiums. However, he confirmed that West Indies will return to both venues in 2025.

Cricket enthusiasts can expect an exciting season ahead, with a blend of competitive cricket and thrilling contests as West Indies hosts some of the top cricketing nations in the world.

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West Indies cricket fans have plenty to look forward to as the national team is set to host South Africa, England, and Bangladesh between May and December 2024. The action-packed schedule includes a mix of Test matches, One-Day Internationals (ODIs), and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is), promising thrilling encounters for cricket enthusiasts.

The cricketing extravaganza kicks off with a three-match T20I series against South Africa, starting on May 23 at Sabina Park in Jamaica. This series serves as a prelude to the T20 World Cup, where West Indies and the USA will co-host the tournament in June.

Following the T20 World Cup, West Indies will tour England for a Test series in July. The action then shifts back home, with South Africa scheduled to visit for two Tests in Trinidad and Guyana from August 7. This will be followed by a three-match T20I series in Trinidad ahead of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

West Indies full tour schedule

  • South Africa Tour (May):
  • Three-match T20I series starting May 23 at Sabina Park, Jamaica.
  • England Tour (July):
  • Test series against England.
  • South Africa Tour (August):
  • Two Tests in Trinidad and Guyana starting August 7.
  • Three-match T20I series at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad, from August 23.
  • Sri Lanka Tour (October):
  • White-ball tour in Sri Lanka.
  • England Tour (October):
  • Three ODIs and five T20Is across Antigua, Barbados, and St Lucia starting October 31.
  • Bangladesh Tour (November-December):
  • Two Tests in Antigua and Jamaica.
  • Three ODIs in St. Kitts & Nevis.
  • Three T20Is in St Vincent.

In October, West Indies will embark on a white-ball tour to Sri Lanka before returning home to host England for three ODIs and five T20Is starting on October 31, with matches scheduled in Antigua, Barbados, and St Lucia.

The final tour of the year will see Bangladesh visiting the Caribbean shores between November 22 and December 19 for an all-format series. The tour includes two Tests in Antigua and Jamaica, three ODIs in St. Kitts & Nevis, and three T20Is in St Vincent.

Johnny Grave, CEO of Cricket West Indies (CWI), announced that Grenada and Dominica missed out on hosting games this year due to significant improvements being made to the stadiums. However, he confirmed that West Indies will return to both venues in 2025.

Cricket enthusiasts can expect an exciting season ahead, with a blend of competitive cricket and thrilling contests as West Indies hosts some of the top cricketing nations in the world.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, and Instagram