The BCCI confirmed that Ahmedabad will host the three upcoming T20 Internationals. And the same number of ODIs against the West Indies. By the original schedule, three ODIs were scheduled in Ahmedabad Jaipur and Kolkata as well as three T20Is. The first match was on February 6. BCCI has reduced the number to two venues due to the current economic situation.
“The Narendra Modi Stadium will host the three ODIs in Ahmedabad. The three T20Is at the Eden Gardens will be played in Kolkata. BCCI announced in a press conference that they had decided to limit the series’ to two venues. Rather than six as announced. “This was done to ease biosecurity peril by lessening trip and advancement between the gatherings, match specialists and colorful cohorts.”
“The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) currently introduced a extrude of settings. Throughout the slice- edge time’s Paytm West Indies Tour of India. The West Indies will travel to India for a white ball series. Which will include three ODIs and as many T20Is.
India has a packed ODI/T20I scheduled for 2022. India is focusing on the latter as the World Cup will be held in Australia later in the year. They will be playing a T20 series in India against South Africa. And Sri Lanka at home after the West Indies tour.
BCCI has changed its schedule for India’s house collection towards West Indies. The six white-ball video games in the coming month will be held only in Ahmedabad & Kolkata.
According to News reported on Thursday 20 January. The Tours and Fixtures Committee proposed limiting the collection down to a few locations, as opposed to six venues earlier. Other than Ahmedabad and Kolkata the cricket games were planned to be held at Cuttack, Visakhapatnam, Thiruvananthapuram, and Visakhapatnam.
But, the Covid-19 situation in the nation prompted the board for a revised schedule. The goal was to cut downtime and the motion of the officers, groups, and other stakeholders.
Ahmedabad will be hosting the ODI collection which kickstarts the tour on February 6. The groups will then travel to Kolkata to take part in the T20I Collection, which concludes on February 20.
Revised venues India vs West Indies ODIs, T20Is