The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) released Team India’s upcoming schedule for the upcoming home series against Sri Lanka, Australia, and New Zealand on Thursday, December 8. All of the series will be played in 2023, with an eye on India’s ODI World Cup and qualification for the World Test Championship (WTC). Team India will have a hectic schedule before the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 season, which would be followed by the WTC final. A three-match T20I and three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka will kick off this brief home season in January. Then followed by a series of New Zeland And Australia.
The SL series will start on January 3 with a T20I in Mumbai and conclude on January 15 with an ODI in Trivandrum. Additionally, Pune, Rajkot, Guwahati, and Kolkata will be the other hosts of the series.
|1||1st T20I||3rd January||Tuesday||Mumbai|
|2||2nd T20I||5th January||Thursday||Pune|
|3||3rd T20I||7th January||Saturday||Rajkot|
|4||1st ODI||10th January||Tuesday||Guwahati|
|5||2nd ODI||12th January||Thursday||Kolkata|
|6||3rd ODI||15th January||Sunday||Trivandrum|
After that, the action will shift to a three-match One-Day International series against New Zealand, in which Hyderabad, Raipur, and Indore will play as hosts. The city of Raipur will host their first international match in the second one-day international on January 21. This will be a significant ODI for the city. Additionally, Team India will take on New Zealand in a three-match T20I series.
|1||1st ODI||18th January||Hyderabad|
|2||2nd ODI||21st January||Raipur|
|3||3rd ODI||24th January||Indore|
|4||1st T20I||27th January||Ranchi|
|5||2nd T20I||29th January||Lucknow|
|6||3rd T20I||1st February||Ahmedabad|
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy tour of India by Australia will begin on February 9 in Nagpur. The following three Test matches for Team India will be held at Delhi, Dharamsala, and Ahmedabad.
A three-match ODI series that will take place in Mumbai, Vizag, and Chennai will then wrap up the home series.
|1||1st Test||9th – 13th February||Nagpur|
|2||2nd Test||17th – 21st February||Delhi|
|3||3rd Test||1st – 5th March||Dharamsala|
|4||4th Test||9th – 13th March||Ahmedabad|
|1||1st ODI||17th March||Friday||Mumbai|
|2||2nd ODI||19th March||Sunday||Vizag|
|3||3rd ODI||22nd March||Wednesday||Chennai|
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