India (or the venue of IPL) will become the focal point for the next two months as players from all around the world will gather to play the biggest league in the history of the game. The focus will then shift to England, which is set to host second ICC tournament in as many years.
India will then fly to the Caribbean islands to play West Indies, their first complete tour after seven years. After a small break, India will play mostly at home hosting South Africa, Bangladesh and West Indies. The Test series against West Indies in July will be part of the ICC Test championship, the final of which will be played in June 2021.
Here is the full schedule of the Indian team in 2019 –
|Australia||Away||3 ODIs||January 12, 15, 18|
|New Zealand||Away||3 ODIs, 3 T20Is||January-February|
|Australia||Home||5 ODIs, 3 T20Is||February-March|
|Zimbabwe||Home||1 Test, 3 ODIs||March|
|World Cup 2019 from May 30 to July 14|
|West Indies||Away||2 Tests, 3 ODIs, 3 T20Is||July-August|
|South Africa||Home||3 Tests||October-November|
|Bangladesh||Home||2 Tests, 3T20Is||November-December|
|West Indies||Home||3 ODIs, 3 T20Is||December|