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India vs England (IND v ENG) Series 2021 Schedule/Fixture

India vs England (IND v ENG) Series 2021 – Schedule/Fixture

English cricket is starting the tour of India today. The Opening Match is in Test format today on 5th February 2021 in Chennai. England cricket team will play four Test matches, 5 T20 Matches and 3 One day International matches against the Hindustan cricket team. The said tour is almost two months long.

Detail and Complete Schedule/Fixture

WORLD Test Series (4 matches)
05.02.2021 at 04:00 Hours GMT, 09:30 Hours IST, 09:00 Hours PST (Chennai)
13.02.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST (Chennai)
24.02.2021 at 04:30 Hours GMT, 10:00 Hours IST, 09:30 Hrs PST (Ahmadabad)
04.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hrs PST (Ahmadabad)

WORLD Twenty20 International (5 matches, Venue Ahmadabad)
12.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST
14.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST
16.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST
18.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST
20.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST

WORLD One Day International (3 matches)
23.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST (Pune)
26.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST (Pune)
28.03.2021 at 03:30 Hours GMT, 09:00 Hours IST, 08:30 Hours PST (Pune)

England Tour India 2021 – Complete Schedule (4Test, 5T20, 3ODI)

About India:

India is located in the South Asian region. Officially the Republic of India with the second-most populous country. While it is the seventh-largest country by land area. India is also called Hindustan and is the most populous democracy in the world.

About England:

The People Who Lived in England are called English. England is a country, which is part of the United Kingdom. It shares land borders with Wales to its west and Scotland to its north. The Irish Sea lies northwest of England and the Celtic Sea to the southwest.