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1st Test
ENG 183/10 & 303/10 (85.5 ov)
IND 278/10 & 52/1 (14 ov)
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2nd Test
IND 364/10 & 298/8d (109.3 ov)
ENG 391/10 & 120/10 (51.5 ov)
India won by 151 runs.
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3rd Test
IND 78/10 & 278/10 (99.3 ov)
ENG 432/10 (132.2 ov)
England won by an inning and 76 runs.
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4th Test
IND 191/10 & 466/10 (148.2 ov)
ENG 290/10 & 210/10 (92.2 ov)
India won by 157 runs.
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5th Test
ENG
IND
Match cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic
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India vs England News

The stage will be set as two of the biggest names in cricket, India and England would stand face to face this summer. England will set out to tour India in February 2021 for a long tour covering all the three formats of the game: T20, One day Internationals as well as Tests. In fact the four-match IND vs ENG Test series is going to be a part of the ongoing ICC World Test Championship. Before coming into the series, the English players will be flying in from Sri Lanka from the two-match Test series against the Sri Lankan National Cricket team. India on the other hand will be returning from a victorious campaign from the land down under. Both the teams would be extremely high on confidence, especially India after their victory in the Test series against all odds.


Table of Contents


  1. HISTORY
  2. FORMAT
  3. BROADCAST DETAILS
  4. VENUES


HISTORY


India and England being two of the most competitive teams in world cricket, have been locking horns for a long time now. Over the years India and England have faced each other on numerous occasions.


FormatPlayedWon by IndiaWon by EnglandTiedDrawnNo Result
Test12226470490
ODI1005342203
T20I1477000


FORMAT


The England tour of India 2021, will have both the teams competing across all the three formats of the game. The tour will commence with a four-match Test series between India and England Cricket team which will begin on February 5th, 2021 and continue till March 8th, 2021. The first two Tests would be played in Chennai followed by the next two in Ahmedabad. After the Test series, which is also a part of the ongoing World Test Championship, we will see a brief three day gap, before the IND vs ENG 2021 action resumes with the T20I series.


The five-match T20I series will commence with all the matches being played in Ahmedabad. The opener twenty-twenty match will be played on March 12th, 2021, followed by the second match of the series on March 14th, 2021. The third, fourth and fifth T20I match will be played on March 16th, 2021, March 18th, 2021, and March 20th, 2021.


Following the T20 series, India vs England matches will move into the One-day International format. The ODI series between India and England will consist of three games all of which will be held in Pune . The three ODI matches would be played on March 23rd, 2021, March 26th, 2021, and March 28th, 2021.


Also see: Ind vs Eng 2021 schedule


BROADCAST DETAILS


You can refer to the list below to learn about the broadcasting details and where to check India vs England live score.


RegionTV Channel
India & SubcontinentStar Sports, DD National (DD1), DD Sports
UKSky Sports Cricket, BT

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VENUES


The matches will be played in three venues with Ahmedabad hosting the maximum number of games-7. The other venues are Chennai and Pune. While Chennai will host the first two Tests, Pune will host the entire ODI series.


VenueTotal GamesODIsT20IsTests
Chennai2002
Ahmedabad7052
Pune3300


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"We were locked away for 10 weeks in hotel rooms, had slow wi-fi, and couldn't even stream Netflix" - Stuart Broad opens up about India Tour in February 

"We were locked away for 10 weeks in hotel rooms, had slow wi-fi, and couldn't even stream Netflix" - Stuart Broad opens up about India Tour in February 

“You should be equally good with outswingers” - Virat Kohli’s advice to Mohammed Siraj
“You should be equally good with outswingers” - Virat Kohli’s advice to Mohammed Siraj

“You should be equally good with outswingers” - Virat Kohli’s advice to Mohammed Siraj

"Aisa nahi chalega" - Shardul Thakur recalls the moment he decided to work hard on his batting

"Aisa nahi chalega" - Shardul Thakur recalls the moment he decided to work hard on his batting

''Everyone was worried about their personal and their family’s health''- Shardul Thakur on Indian player's mindset after Yogesh Parmar tested positive
''Everyone was worried about their personal and their family’s health''- Shardul Thakur on Indian player's mindset after Yogesh Parmar tested positive

''Everyone was worried about their personal and their family’s health''- Shardul Thakur on Indian player's mindset after Yogesh Parmar tested positive

"Why shouldn’t we bowl bodyline? We are not playing to please anyone" - Shardul Thakur on India's short-pitch ploy against James Anderson

"Why shouldn’t we bowl bodyline? We are not playing to please anyone" - Shardul Thakur on India's short-pitch ploy against James Anderson

"Jasprit Bumrah is a once in a generation bowler" - L Balaji

"Jasprit Bumrah is a once in a generation bowler" - L Balaji

"If he doesn't perform in the next home series, you can say - thank you so much for your contribution"- Virender Sehwag on struggling Ajinkya Rahane 

"If he doesn't perform in the next home series, you can say - thank you so much for your contribution"- Virender Sehwag on struggling Ajinkya Rahane 

"Rohit's discipline was quite similar to Sachin's iconic Sydney 2004 knock"- Aakash Chopra 

"Rohit's discipline was quite similar to Sachin's iconic Sydney 2004 knock"- Aakash Chopra 

“Hope the ICC awards series 2-1 to India” - VVS Laxman shares views on canceled Manchester Test
“Hope the ICC awards series 2-1 to India” - VVS Laxman shares views on canceled Manchester Test

“Hope the ICC awards series 2-1 to India” - VVS Laxman shares views on canceled Manchester Test

IND vs ENG 2021: "This will be our first series win since 2007" - Sourav Ganguly bats for the 'fifth' Test
IND vs ENG 2021:

IND vs ENG 2021: "This will be our first series win since 2007" - Sourav Ganguly bats for the 'fifth' Test

Those expecting a swift resolution have to recall what happened during the last abandoned Test in England: Michael Atherton
Those expecting a swift resolution have to recall what happened during the last abandoned Test in England: Michael Atherton

Those expecting a swift resolution have to recall what happened during the last abandoned Test in England: Michael Atherton

"If he was breaking the bubble, where were the people to stop him?" - Salman Butt defends Ravi Shastri

"If he was breaking the bubble, where were the people to stop him?" - Salman Butt defends Ravi Shastri

England not worried about 5th Test or WTC points, they just want insurance money: Salman Butt
England not worried about 5th Test or WTC points, they just want insurance money: Salman Butt

England not worried about 5th Test or WTC points, they just want insurance money: Salman Butt

"The Indian players have hightailed out of town so quickly" - David Gower believes IPL and cancellation of 5th Test are linked 

"The Indian players have hightailed out of town so quickly" - David Gower believes IPL and cancellation of 5th Test are linked 

"The players feared they must have contracted the disease and were dead scared" - Sourav Ganguly reveals Indian players state of mind ahead of the fifth Test

"The players feared they must have contracted the disease and were dead scared" - Sourav Ganguly reveals Indian players state of mind ahead of the fifth Test

India open to play two extra T20Is instead of a rescheduled fifth Test to make up for ECB's losses
India open to play two extra T20Is instead of a rescheduled fifth Test to make up for ECB's losses

India open to play two extra T20Is instead of a rescheduled fifth Test to make up for ECB's losses

IND vs ENG 2021: Ravi Shastri, Bharat Arun and R Sridhar could leave UK shores on Wednesday
IND vs ENG 2021: Ravi Shastri, Bharat Arun and R Sridhar could leave UK shores on Wednesday

IND vs ENG 2021: Ravi Shastri, Bharat Arun and R Sridhar could leave UK shores on Wednesday

"Hope it will be played again someday" - James Anderson regrets cancellation of final India v England Test

"Hope it will be played again someday" - James Anderson regrets cancellation of final India v England Test

KL Rahul's second coming
KL Rahul's second coming

KL Rahul's second coming

“The whole country is open” - Ravi Shastri reacts to book launch controversy in the UK
“The whole country is open” - Ravi Shastri reacts to book launch controversy in the UK

“The whole country is open” - Ravi Shastri reacts to book launch controversy in the UK

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