Saturday, 2 July 2016

England have a Long Summer schedule for 2017

The 2017 England Cricket schedule is going to be the longest season ever. Starting in very early May with five ODI games leading into the Champions Trophy in June. 
Then after three x T20 Fixtures England play 7 back to back Test Matches against South Africa x 4 and West Indies x 3. It's not finished there however. Another T20 and Five ODI fixtures against West Indies in late September.
One-day internationals:
5 May: England v Ireland, Bristol
7 May: England v Ireland, Lord's
24 May: England v South Africa, Headingley
27 May: England v South Africa, Southampton
29 May: England v South Africa, Lord's
Champions Trophy, one-day international tournament:
Twenty20 internationals:
21 June: England v South Africa, Southampton
23 June: England v South Africa, Taunton
25 June: England v South Africa, Cardiff
Test matches:
6-10 July: England v South Africa, Lord's
14-18 July: England v South Africa, Trent Bridge
27-31 July: England v South Africa, The Oval
4-8 August: England v South Africa, Old Trafford
17-21 August: England v West Indies, Edgbaston
25-29 August: England v West Indies, Headingley
7-11 September: England v West Indies, Lord's
Twenty20 international:
16 September: England v West Indies, Durham
One-day internationals:
19 September: England v West Indies, Old Trafford
21 September: England v West Indies, Trent Bridge
24 September: England v West Indies, Bristol
27 September: England v West Indies, The Oval
29 September: England v West Indies, Southampton

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