India tour of England 2018 Schedule for T20Is, ODIs and Tests

The England team going to host for T20Is, ODIs and Tests series against India. The English team will host first Twenty-20 match from 3 July 2017. The matches starting from July after the Pakistan, Scotland and Australia matches. The England cricket board announced summer schedule for England, they will host 3 Twenty20, three one day International and 5 test match. The India vs England 2018 Schedule has announced, check below.

The India vs England 2018, twenty20 matches all set to start from 3 to 8 July 2018. The One Day International matches will play between 12 to 17 July 2017. The end of last the English team will play five test matches against world Number one team India.

India vs England 2018 Schedule

India vs England 2018 Schedule: T20Is, ODIs, Test

It will be only the second time India, the world’s number one Test side, play a five-Test series in England since 1959. In their previous test series, England lost a five-Test series 4-0 in India last winter, Altought England has strong, consistent and passionate in test cricket. Check below India vs England 2018 Schedule test.

1st T20: 3 July 2018, Tuesday
Emirates Old Trafford
5.30pm (IST)

2nd T20: 6 July 2018, Friday
The SSE Swalec, Cardiff
5.30pm (IST)

3rd T20: 8 July 2018, Sunday
The Brightside Ground, Bristol
2: 00 PM (IST)

1st ODI: 12 July 2018, Thursday
Trent Bridge
12.30pm (IST)

2nd ODI: 14 July 2018
11: 00 AM (IST)

3rd ODI: 17 July 2018, Tuesday
Emerald Headingley
12.30 PM (IST)

1st Test: 1 to 5 August 2018
11:00 AM

2nd Test: 9-13 August 2018
11 00 AM

3rd test: 18-22 August 2018 3rd
Trent Bridge
11: 00 AM

4th Test : 30 August – 3 September 2018
Ageas Bowl
11:00 AM

5th Test: 7-11 September 2017
Kia Oval
11:00 AM

ECB chief executive officer Tom Harrison said, “A five-Test series against India is at the heart of next summer’s international program”.

“Alongside these, England’s white-ball contests against India, Australia and Scotland will give a fascinating guide to form ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup, to be staged here in 2019.”