IND vs ENG Test 2022 ODI, T20I, Live Stream & Live Stream, Schedule, Teams & Snooze – India Tour of England 2022. The Indian cricket team is set to face England in July in one Test, three One Day Internationals and three England T20 Internationals. The tour’s only Test match is the rescheduled Test for a five-match Test series on India’s tour of England in 2021.
India were leading 2-1 and before they could face England in the fifth Test in Manchester, their unit had a series of COVID-19 cases and the match was eventually postponed. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the English Cricket Board (ECB) have jointly decided to postpone the fifth Test to 2022 as white-ball matches are already expected to be played in India.
India and England have faced each other 130 times in Test cricket alone. Among them, England has won 49 matches while India has won on 31 occasions and 50 matches have ended in a draw. The two teams met in 103 matches in ODIs, where India beat England with 55 wins to register their opponent’s 43 wins.
In the shorter format, India have won ten of their 19 T20 matches against England, having won the other nine. When England toured India last year they lost all three series and lost the last three T20I series including home and away.
england india tour schedule 2022
|Date||match details||square||time (IST)|
|1 July 22||England – India, Test 5 (match rescheduled)||Edgbaston, Birmingham||3:30 pm.|
|7 July 22||England vs India, 1st T20I||Rose Bowl, Southampton||11:00 PM|
|July 9, 22||Match England vs India, 2nd T20I||Edgbaston, Birmingham||7:00 pm.|
|10 July 22||England vs India, 3rd T20I match||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||11:00 PM|
|12 July 22||England vs India, 1st ODI||Kennington Oval, London||3:30 pm.|
|14 July 22||England vs India, 2 ODIs||Lourdes, London||3:30 pm.|
|17 July 22||England vs India, 3rd ODI||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||3:30 pm.|
India tour England 2022 teams
The BCCI has already announced a 17-member squad for the postponed fifth audition in Birmingham. Rohit Sharma will replace Test team captain Virat Kohli in the previous round. India’s fly-half KL Rahul was initially named in the 17-man Test squad but will miss the tour of England to travel to Germany for medical treatment.
The Indian cricket board is yet to announce the line-up for the white ball series, while the ECB is yet to announce the teams in all three formats.
Team India for the rescheduled fifth Test against England: Rohit Sharma (Captain), Shopman Gill, Sheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (Weeks), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Chardol Thakur, Muhammad Shami, Jasprit Pomra, Muhammad Siraj, Umarsh Yadavish, Srikar Spices (Week).
India Tour England 2022 Broadcast & TV Details
in India and the Indian subcontinent
India Tour England 2022 will be broadcast on Sony Sports Network in India and other parts of the subcontinent such as Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, while it will be streamed online on the Sony LIV mobile app or its official SonyLIV mobile app. .com website.
India Tour England 2022 will be broadcast on Sky Sports Cricket in the United Kingdom (UK) and the same network will be broadcast live over the Internet.
in the United States
India Tour England 2022 will be broadcast on Willow TV in the United States of America (USA).
in South Africa
India tour of England 2022 will be broadcast in South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa via SuperSport Network. For online streaming, one can log in to SupertSport.com.
India Tour England 2022 will be broadcast on Fox Sports in Australia, while it will be streamed online on the Foxtel Sports digital platform. Kayo Sports, a new digital platform, will broadcast matches live in Australia.
in New Zealand
India Tour England 2022 will be broadcast on Sky Sport New Zealand and talkSPORT will be the official broadcaster of the doubles series.
in the Caribbean
India Tour of England 2022 will be broadcast on Flow Sports in the Caribbean.
in the Middle East
India Tour England 2022 will be broadcast by beIN Sports in 24 countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region such as Algeria, Bahrain, Iran, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Oman, UAE, Qatar, etc.
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