The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced the schedule for the upcoming home series against Australia and South Africa.

The Aussies will be playing a 3-match T20I series as part of the preparation for the T20 World Cup later this year. The 3 T20Is will be played on September 20, 23, and 25 respectively.

Three days later, the Proteas will be visiting for a T20I series with 3 games followed by an ODI series with as many matches. The tour will begin on September 28 with the T20I series and conclude on October 11 with the ODI series.

Team Australia (Image Credit: Twitter)
Team Australia (Image Credit: Twitter)

Tweet from the BCCI confirming the schedule:

Mohali will host the first T20I against Australia with Nagpur and Hyderabad hosting the second and third respectively. The home series against South Africa will begin in Thiruvananthapuram.”

The second T20I will be played on October 2, 2022, Gandhi Jayanti, to mark the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at Guwahati, followed by the last T20I at Indore,” the statement from the board read.

India VS South Africa (Image Credits: Twitter), BCCI
India VS South Africa (Image Credits: Twitter)

The action will then shift to Lucknow on 6th October where the ODI series will get underway. Ranchi and Delhi will host the second and third ODI respectively,” it further read.

Australia tour of India, 2022 – T20I series
Sr. No. Day Date Match Venue
1 Tuesday 20th September 1st T20I Mohali
2 Friday 23rd September 2nd T20I Nagpur
3 Sunday 25th September 3rd T20I Hyderabad

 

South Africa tour of India, 2022 – T20I series
Sr. No. Day Date Match Venue
1 Wednesday 28th September 1st T20I Thiruvananthapuram
2 Sunday 2nd October 2nd T20I Guwahati
3 Tuesday 4th October 3rd T20I Indore

 

South Africa tour of India, 2022 – ODI series
Sr. No. Day Date Match Venue
1 Thursday 6th October 1st ODI Lucknow
2 Sunday 9th October 2nd ODI Ranchi
3 Tuesday 11th October 3rd ODI Delhi

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