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India vs England 2016 Schedule: Fixtures announced for England's tour of India

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Shikhar Dhawan in action during an ODI against England

BCCI announced the dates for England’s tour of India with the clashes now set to begin on 9th November and concluding on 1st February with the third T20 match. According to the reports from Cricbuzz, England will play 5 tests, 3 ODIs and 3 T20 Internationals.

As we had seen earlier in 2012, England will head back home after the Test series for a Christmas and a New Year break. They will return to India in January to play the ODIs and the T20 Internationals.

This is going to be the first time since the 1986-87 series against arch-rivals Pakistan that India is hosting a five-match Test series.

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India has never beaten England in a Test series since the 2008-09 series at home.

Visakhapatnam will be hosting its first ever Test match along with Rajkot. Last time England came to India, they won the series 2-1. Losing the first Test in Ahmedabad, England played brilliantly to outclass the hosts in the following two Tests. Monty Panesar and Graeme Swann were the players who helped them clinch the series last time, but the duo will not feature in the forth-coming Tests. It will be interesting to see how England fills their boots.


1st Test

November 9 – November 13


2nd Test

November 17 – November 21


3rd Test

November 26 – November 30


4th Test

December 8 – December 12


5th Test

December 16 – December 20


The last time England played an ODI series in India, they lost the series 3-2. Winning the first match by 9 runs, they were unable to capitalise on the win and lost the next three ODIs eventually losing the series.

One-Day Internationals:

1st ODI

January 15th  (D/N)


2nd ODI

January 19th (D/N)


3rd ODI

January 22nd (D/N)


England played Two T20 Internationals in 2012 at Pune and Mumbai. India won the first match by 5 wickets while England won the second match by 6 wickets.

T-20 Internationals:

1st T20

January 26th


2nd T20

January 29th


3rd T20

February 1st


India is scheduled to host New Zealand and Australia during their action-packed home season.

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