In December, the England Women’s team will travel to the Caribbean to play West Indies in five T20Is and three ODIs. On December 9, Antigua will host the first one-day international tour. Antigua will host all three matches in the series as well as the first Twenty20 International, while Barbados will host the remaining four Twenty20 International matches.
The ODI series will likewise be a piece of the ICC Ladies’ Title, with Britain yet to enroll a point after their 3-0 loss to India at home. England’s first overseas round of the ICC Women’s Championship will begin with the ODI series against West Indies, while the T20I leg will help both teams prepare for the Women’s T20 World Cup next year.
In terms of head-to-head records, England has won 15 of the 23 ODIs it has played against the West Indies so far, while the latter has only won six. The England has prevailed 13 times in Twenty20 International matches, defeating West Indies eight times.
|December 4, 2022||1st ODI||Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua||11:30 PM|
|December 6, 2022||2nd ODI||Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua||11:30 PM|
|December 9, 2022||3rd ODI||Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua||11:30 PM|
|December 11, 2022||1st T20I||Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua||3:30 AM (Dec 12)|
|December 14, 2022||2nd T20I||Kensington Oval, Barbados||3:30 AM (Dec 15)|
|December 17, 2022||3rd T20I||Kensington Oval, Barbados||3:30 AM (Dec 18)|
|December 18, 2022||4th T20I||Kensington Oval, Barbados||3:30 AM (Dec 19)|
|December 22, 2022||5th T20I||Kensington Oval, Barbados||3:30 AM (Dec 23)|
In India, Fans of Indian culture will be able to watch this series on Sony TEN 1, Sony TEN 2, Sony TEN 4, and Sony SIX with English commentary. Sony TEN 3 will be the only option for those fans who would like to watch matches with Hindi commentary.