BCCI wants to relax players after World Cup
Team India will play 2 Tests, 3 ODIs and 3 T20 on West Indies tour
new Delhi. The Indian cricket team has extended the tour of the West Indies in July for two weeks. Now it may start from the first week of August. The Indian team had to go to the West Indies to play two Tests, three ODIs and three T-20 right after the World Cup. The matches of the matches can be issued after the meeting of the West Indies Cricket Board on May 13.
The Caribbean Premier League will be from September 4 to 12.
The BCCI wants to rest the players after the World Cup. The Board had urged West Indies Cricket for that tour to be done two weeks ahead. West Indies Cricket has agreed to this.
The Caribbean Premier League, which is being held in the West Indies, has also been extended. It was to be from August 21 to September 27, but according to the new dates, it will now be played from September 4 to October 12.
The BCCI has urged the West Indies Cricket Board to include three practice matches in the round. India A team will also play three-day matches on this tour. West Indies Cricket Board CEO Johnny Grave said, "We want to see all the players available for the Caribbean Premier League."