2014 will be a very important season for Indian Cricket team as the try to build their ranking in ICC Test and ODI championship. Immediately after IPL 2014 Indian side will travel to face Bangladesh for a short series which will include both Test and ODI matches while their major upcoming series is against England in June and here is the full schedule of that series.
|09 July||1st Test Match||Nottingham|
|17 July||2nd Test Match||The Lords, London|
|27 July||3rd Test Match||Southampton|
|07 August||4th Test Match||Manchester|
|15 August||5th Test Match||The Oval, London|
|25 August||1st One Day||Bristol|
|27 August||2nd One Day||Cardiff|
|30 August||3rd One Day
|02 September||4th One Day||Birmingham|
|05 September||5th One Day
|07 September||Only Twenty20||Birmingham|
India have not had the best of times since winning ICC Champions Trophy in England back in 2012, they have lost back to back away series against New Zealand and South Africa while they also got beaten in the Asia Cup and as I am writing this Indian team is getting ready to be part of ICC World T20 taking place in Bangladesh. This is a major Tournament and India seem to get in best form in big ICC events having said that T20 World Cup is pretty much a lottery any team can win it.
India of course lost 4-0 last time they visited England back in 2012 in a series which got them humiliated, Dhoni and Co will be looking to turn things around and seaming wickets will be a real test for some of the Indian batsman who are use to slow indian wickets. Its a 2 months series where 5 test matches will be the key and this is the first time in many years India will be playing a 5 match series against any opposition.
England vs India 2014 Series Tickets
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