BCCI announces fixtures for Team India (Senior Men) international home season 2024-25


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Sep 11, 2023

BCCI announces fixtures for Team India (Senior Men) international home season 2024-25​

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced fixtures for the much-anticipated international home season of Team India (Senior Men) for 2024-25.

The international home season will kick off in September with a two-match IDFC First Bank Test series against Bangladesh, followed by a three-match T20I series. Chennai will host the first Test starting on 19th September while Kanpur will host the second Test from 27th September. The three T20Is will be played in Dharamshala, Delhi and Hyderabad.

This will be followed by a riveting three-match Test series against New Zealand with the first Test starting on 16th October in Bengaluru. Pune and Mumbai will host the second and third Test respectively.

The arrival of the New Year will see an exciting white-ball showdown with England visiting India for five T20Is and three ODIs.

The detailed schedule for the international home season 2024-25 is as follows.

Bangladesh's Tour of India
S. No.Date (From)Date (To)TimeMatchVenue
1Thu19-Sep-24Mon23-Sep-249:30 AM1st TestChennai
2Fri27-Sep-24Tue01-Oct-249:30 AM2nd TestKanpur
3Sun06-Oct-24--7:00 PM1st T20IDharamsala
4Wed09-Oct-24--7:00 PM2nd T20IDelhi
5Sat12-Oct-24--7:00 PM3rd T20IHyderabad
New Zealand's Tour of India
S. No.Date (From)Date (To)TimeMatchVenue
1Wed16-Oct-24Sun20-Oct-249:30 AM1st TestBengaluru
2Thu24-Oct-24Mon28-Oct-249:30 AM2nd TestPune
3Fri01-Nov-24Tue05-Nov-249:30 AM3rd TestMumbai
England's Tour of India
S. No.Date (From)Date (To)TimeMatchVenue
1Wed22-Jan-25--7:00 PM1st T20IChennai
2Sat25-Jan-25--7:00 PM2nd T20IKolkata
3Tue28-Jan-25--7:00 PM3rd T20IRajkot
4Fri31-Jan-25--7:00 PM4th T20IPune
5Sun02-Feb-25--7:00 PM5th T20IMumbai
6Thu06-Feb-25--1:30 PM1st ODINagpur
7Sun09-Feb-25--1:30 PM2nd ODICuttack
8Wed12-Feb-25--1:30 PM3rd ODIAhmedabad


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Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) are delighted to confirm the scheduling of yet another thrilling KFC T20 International (T20I) series, which will see India traveling to South Africa in November 2024.

The KFC T20I Series will consist of four matches beginning on Friday 8 November at Hollywoodbets Kingsmead Stadium in Durban. The next match is scheduled to take place in the friendly city of Gqeberha on Sunday 10 November at Dafabet St George’s Park. The series then moves to the highveld, with SuperSport Park hosting a match on Wednesday 13 November, and DP World Wanderers Stadium hosting the final match of the series on Friday, 15 November.

Mr Lawson Naidoo, CSA Chairperson, said: “I would like to thank the BCCI for their continued support to South Africa’s cricket, and world cricket in general. Any tour by the Indian cricket team to our shores is filled with amazing camaraderie and exciting cricket, and I know our fans will be eagerly awaiting this series which will showcase the exceptional talent from both teams.”

Mr. Jay Shah, Honorary Secretary of the BCCI, stated: "India and South Africa have always shared a deep and strong bond, one that both nations take great pride in. The Indian Cricket Team has consistently received immense appreciation and love from South African fans, and this sentiment is equally strong among Indian fans towards the South African side. I am confident that the upcoming series will once again highlight the on-field cricketing excellence and deliver enthralling, high-intensity contests."

This series is set to be a riveting showcase of cricketing talent from both nations, eagerly awaited by fans anticipating the clash between two global cricketing powerhouses.

South African Inbound Tour against India

KFC T20I Series

Friday, 8 November

South Africa vs India – Hollywoodbets Kingsmead Stadium

Sunday, 10 November

South Africa vs India - Dafabet St George’s Park

Wednesday, 13 November

South Africa vs India – SuperSport Park

Friday, 15 November

South Africa vs India – DP World Wanderers
Of all the places ,bcci choose chennai for bng test match.They should have choosen bangalore for bng and chennai for nz.Really idiotic .
Why? whats the issue?
Rachin Ravindra has family in Bangalore na.
Chennai Spin pitch is like a home track for bangladesh. We should make their life difficult not ours.In morning times,there will be swing on offer in Bangalore and we will get in to trouble.Aus used to wipe us all the time there in test matches.Last time when we played a test match against nz in bng, we won by huffing and puffing.