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West Indies home summer 2021 schedule: Full Fixtures and Timings

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Cricket West Indies (CWI) on Friday (May 14) confirmed that South Africa, Australia and Pakistan will visit the Caribbean for international assignments in a busy forthcoming summer. 

West Indies will host 4 Tests, 3 ODIs and 15 T20Is through their home season, starting with a rescheduled visit from South Africa in June followed by Australia in July before Pakistan’s arrival. 

Tests in St Lucia from June 10 will begin Proteas’ long-anticipated West Indies tour before the two teams move to Grenada for the T20I series to be played from June 26 to July 3. This will be the first time since 2010 that South Africa will play a bilateral series in the Caribbean. 

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Australians will visit for a white-ball only tour from July 9 till July 24, with five T20Is scheduled in St Lucia and three ODIs in Barbados. The ODIs are part of both teams’ campaign in the ICC Super League, which determines direct qualification spots for the 2023 World Cup in India. 

Pakistan will begin their West Indies trip with the first of five T20Is on June 27 in Barbados and end with the last of the two Tests in Jamaica on August 24, just four days prior to the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2021. 

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“Following the successful hosting of the all-format series against Sri Lanka earlier this year, we are delighted to announce that we are set to welcome South Africa, Australia and Pakistan to the West Indies,” Johnny Grave, the CWI CEO, said in a media release. 

“To host three international teams back-to-back in five territories is unprecedented, and putting these fixtures together was an enormous Covid-related logistical challenge.”

 

“We must thank the visiting teams for agreeing to travel at this challenging period for world cricket and we are especially grateful to our regional Governments who are playing such a vital role in partnering with CWI to ensure that International cricket can be hosted safely, while providing entertainment for our loyal fans and income for our cricketers and cricket communities,” Grave added

With 15 T20Is scheduled for the summer, West Indies are making sure they have the best possible preparations for their title defence at the T20 World Cup in India in October-November. 

West Indies home summer 2021 schedule: Full Fixtures and Timings

West Indies vs South Africa, 2021

1st Test – June 10-14, Daren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia IST 7:30 PM

2nd Test – June 18-22, Daren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia IST 7:30 PM

1st T201 – June 26, Grenada National Cricket Stadium IST 11:30 PM 

2nd T20I – June 27, Grenada National Cricket Stadium IST 11:30 PM 

3rd T20I – June 29, Grenada National Cricket Stadium IST 11:30 PM 

4th T20I – July 1, Grenada National Cricket Stadium IST 11:30 PM 

5th T20I – July 3, Grenada National Cricket Stadium IST 11:30 PM 

West Indies vs Australia, 2021

1st T20I – July 9, Daren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia IST 5:00 AM (July 10)

2nd T20I – July 10, Daren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia IST 5:00 AM (July 11)

3rd T20I – July 12, Daren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia IST 5:00 AM (July 13)

4th T20 – July 14, Daren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia IST 5:00 AM (July 15)

5th T20I – July 16, Daren Sammy Stadium, St Lucia IST 5:00 AM (July 17)

1st ODI – July 20, Kensington Oval, Barbados IST 12:00 AM (July 21)

2nd ODI – July 22, Kensington Oval, Barbados IST 12:00 AM (July 23)

3rd ODI – July 24, Kensington Oval, Barbados IST 12:00 AM (July 25)

West Indies vs Pakistan, 2021

1st T20I – July 27, Kensington Oval, Barbados IST 8:30 PM

2nd T20I – July 28, Kensington Oval, Barbados IST 8:30 PM

3rd T20I – July 31, Guyana National Stadium IST 8:30 PM

4th T20 – August 1, Guyana National Stadium IST 8:30 PM

5th T20I – August 3, Guyana National Stadium IST 8:30 PM

1st Test – August 12-16, Sabina Park, Jamaica IST 7:30 PM

2nd Test – August 20-24, Sabina Park, Jamaica IST 7:30 PM