Cricket is one thing which people follow no matter what season it is. With the current form and the new captain Virat Kohli scoring like a run machine, team India is looking in very good shape and has been sailing all smoothly this year. The recent win over West Indies, Australia and New Zealand across all the formats are stern examples of how India is currently one of the best. Our Men in Blue have been playing a lot of games this year and are all ready to give a tough fight to some of the top notch teams in the world in the coming months. To lend you a hand and make it easy for you to get all the information at one place, we have compiled a list of all the upcoming cricket matches Indian Cricket Team will play in the subsequent months. Take a look-
1- India NewZealand Series
This ongoing series was anticipated since a long time. After thrashing the Kiwis in 3 ODI’s 2-1, team India will be playing 2 T20’s with them starting today. Adding a fun fact here, Team India has never defeated the New Zealand team in a T20 match since the inception of the format. The series is also considered to be a difficult one as India is currently on the #5 spot where as Team New Zealand rules at the #1 spot.
2- India Srilanka series (November 16- December 24, 2017)
India has already played with Sri Lanka this year, but due to favourable conditions they will be facing them again in 3 test, ODI and T20 matches each in the month of November. Team India is in proper form to take the Lankan Lions down and give them the bitter taste of defeat. With great zeal and enthusiasm, the Men in Blue will carry their momentum and will aim for clean sweeps across all the three formats.
3- India South Africa Series (January 05- February 24, 2018)
India and South Africa are not really cricketing rivals but the common thing with both the sides is that they play the game with high cricketing spirits. They are pretty friendly off the field but one will see intense games of cricket when these sides clash. Team India will be visiting the hosts and will be playing 3 test matches, 6 ODIs and 3 T20s against the Proteans. Despite having a tight cricket schedule, one can expect the best of cricketing action between these teams and pure entertainment in this series. The South African tour will start shortly after the Sri Lanka series and looks like the Indian team is going to get through some tough competition.