After the series against the West Indies, the Indian team will play a series against Ireland. Also, after the 2023 World Cup, a series will be played between India and Afgh.stan. His schedule has not been announced yet.
Team India’s schedule will be very busy this year. After the series against the West Indies, the Indian team will play a series against Ireland. Team India will also compete with Australia. The World Cup 2023 will also be org.zed there. Then the Indian team will play a series against Afgh.stan. According to a report, the series between India and Afgh.stan will be played in January 2024. BCCI Secretary Jay Shah also commented on the Afgh.stan series as well as media rights.
Jai Shah also gave information about media rights
According to reports, Jay Shah on Friday said that the media rights for cricket matches, including the three-match ODI series against Australia, will be decided by the end of August. India will play three ODIs against Australia before the World Cup (September) and will play 5 T20 Internationals against them after the mega event. The new media rights agreement will start from the ODI against Australia. Earlier media rights were for 2018 to 2023.
Know when the Afgh.stan series will happen
Shah also said that the series against Afgh.stan will be held in January. Thus, it will no longer take place before the World Cup running from 5 October to 19 November. Indian men’s and women’s teams will be sent to the Hangzhou Asian Games. He said that there will be no difference between A team and B team. He further said, “We will participate in the Asian Games. The Apex Council has approved the participation of our men’s and women’s teams.
Please tell that this time the World Cup 2023 is going to be org.zed in India. BCCI has started preparations regarding this. The board is upgrading many stadiums. This includes stadiums in many cities including Lucknow, Kolkata and Mumbai. Fans are eagerly waiting for the match between India and Pakistan in the World Cup. This match will be played in Ahmedabad on 15 October.