Jul 7, 8 months ago

India all set to tour Sri Lanka in July

http://sportsinfo.lk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/19748795_1663045487047874_4902591625134800898_n.jpgIndia all set to tour Sri Lanka in July

Colombo, July 07: Team India will play against Sri Lanka in all formats of cricket after returning from their ongoing short limited-overs’ series in West Indies.

The Men In Blue, lost to Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final, on 18th June at The Oval, but there is no rest on the cards for the blue brigade.

Team India currently touring the Caribbean for 5 ODIs and one-off T20I series, commenced in June 23.
Virat Kohli and team Company will return home from the Caribbean after July 9 and will fly to Sri Lanka for another overseas cricket tour by mid of July.

The series will begin with a warm-up match in Colombo on July 21 and July 22. Team India will play 3 Tests, 5 ODIs and one T20I against Sri Lanka. The Test series will start from July 26 and continue till August 16. India won the Test as well as the ODI series when they last toured Sri Lanka in 2015. While the ODI series will be played between August 20 and September 3. The lone T20I game will be held on September 6.


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