Indian players will leave for Dubai the very next day after the end of the series against England (Instagram/Virat Kohli)
The Test series between India and England will end on September 14 and the Indian players will leave for Dubai the very next day.
New Delhi. Team India, led by Virat Kohli, is on a tour of England, where it has to first play the historic title match of the World Test Championship (WTC Final 2021) against New Zealand from 18 to 22 June and after that for the host. To play a series of five Test matches together. After this tour is over, Indian players will not stay in England for more than a day. According to PTI, India’s tour of England will end on September 14 and the Indian players will leave for Dubai the very next day.
According to the source, the Indian players will go to Dubai the very next day after the series ends by chartered flight. Actually, the second phase of IPL 2021 will be played in UAE from 19 September. The remaining 31 matches of the 14th season of IPL, which were postponed only after 29 matches due to Corona, will now be played in the UAE in September-October. BCCI has announced this, but no confirmation has been made regarding the date yet.
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31 matches to be played in UAETeam India left for England on 2 June. Earlier the team was quarantined in Mumbai. According to some media reports, the league will start from September 19. A total of 29 matches were played before the league was postponed. 31 matches are yet to come. Recently, the BCCI had told a meeting that the remaining matches would be held in UAE instead of India. League matches will be held for the third time in the UAE. The final will be on October 15. The entire 60 matches of 2020 were held in the UAE and Mumbai Indians became the champions.
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india vs england schedule
4-8 August: First Test, Nottingham
12-16 August: Second Test, London
25-29 August: Third Test, Leeds
2 to 6 September: Fourth Test, London
September 10 to 14: Fifth Test, Manchester