West Indies: The West Indies Cricket team is set to host England in a limited overs cricket tour in December. The team will take on England in three ODIs and five T201s this December. Caribbean countries such as Antigua, Barbados, Grenada and Trinidad will host the two-two cricket matches of the tournament on their home.
READ HERE: Full schedule of the cricket matches of England Tour of the West Indies 2023
CG UNITED ODIs: The matches will be held three days in different stadium of the Caribbean countries. The ODI matches will be held at Antigua and Barbados. The schedule is as follows:
- 1st ODI– The match will be held on Sunday, December 3, 2023 at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua.
- 2nd ODI– The day for the match is Wednesday, December 6, 2023. The location for the match is Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua.
- 3rd ODI– The match will be held on Saturday, December 9, 2023. The location for the match is Kensington Oval, Barbados.
T201s: The four days are booked to host matches between the West Indies and England for T201s. Grenada, Barbados, and Trinidad will stage the match between the two countries and the schedule is as follows:
- 1st T201: Kensington Oval, Barbados will host the first match between the teams under 1st T201 on Tuesday, December 12, 2023.
- 2nd T201: Grenada National Stadium will welcome the both teams for the hosting of the second T201 match on Thursday, December 14, 2023.
- 3rd T201: The third match for the tournament will again be held at Grenada National Stadium of Grenada on Saturday, December 16, 2023.
- 4th T201: The fourth match of T201 will be held on Tuesday, December 19, 2023 at Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Trinidad.
- 5th T201: Brian Lara Cricket Academy of Trinidad will host the fifth and last match of T201 between West Indies and England on Thursday, December 21, 2023.
On the match, Grenada Cricket Association stated that the Spice Isle of Grenada will welcome both teams for two T20Is on 14 and 16 December and the tour concludes in the week before Christmas.
On this day in 1954, The fourth Test of 1953-54 England tour of West Indies began in which the three Ws rattled up hundreds (a double for Sir Everton Weekes) on a flat Queen’s Park Oval track that eventually gave up 1,528 runs for just 24 wickets in six days of the drawn game. Everton Weekes reached his hundred on day one, Frank Worrell the next day, and Sir Clyde Walcott on day three. West Indies declared on 681 for 6 – then their highest total in Tests.