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Yosser0_0:
Whilst looking through the window watching storm Dennis batter us, I thought I'd turn my thoughts towards the summer and the upcoming cricket fixtures. Including Sri Lanka next month, there are three Test Match series and countless one day matches. Could this year be James Anderson's swan song? Will we start to see genuine consistency from the Test side? What will we learn from the one day series, will we be callenging for the t20 World Cup later this year?


Sri Lanka V England Schedule

International Test Match Series

Thursday 19th March - First Test Match
Sri Lanka V England
Galle International Stadium, Galle, 04:30 GMT

Friday 27th March - Second Test Match
Sri Lanka V England
Venue: Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo, 04:30 GMT


England V West Indies Schedule

International Test Match Series

Thursday 4th June - First Test Match
England V West Indies
Venue: Kia Oval, London, 11:00 BST

Friday 12th June - Second Test Match
England V West Indies
Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham, 11:00 BST

Thursday 25th June - Third Test Match
England V West Indies
Venue: Lord's, London, 11:00 BST


England V Australia Schedule

International Twenty20 Match series

Friday 3rd July - First International Twenty20
England V Australia
Venue: Emirates Riverside, Chester-le-Street, 18:30 BST

Sunday 5th July - Second International Twenty20
England V Australia
Venue: Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, 17:00 BST

Tuesday 7th July - Third International Twenty20
England V Australia
Venue: Emerald Headingley, Leeds, 18:30 BST

Saturday 11th July - Fourth International Twenty20
England V Australia
Venue: Lord's, London, 13:00 BST

One Day International Series

Tuesday 14th July - First One Day International
England V Australia
Venue: The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, 13:00 BST

Thursday 16th July - Second One Day International
England V Australia
Venue: The Bristol County Ground, Bristol, 13:00 BST


England V Pakistan Schedule

International Test Match Series

Thursday 30th July - First Test Match
England V Pakistan
Venue: Lord's, London, 11:00 BST

Friday 7th August - Second Test Match
England V Pakistan
Venue: Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester, 11:00 BST

Thursday 20th August - Third Test Match
England V Pakistan
Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham, 11:00 BST

International Twenty20 Match series

Saturday 29th August - First Twenty20 Match
England V Pakistan
Venue: Emerald Headingley, Leeds, 18:30 BST

Monday 31st August - Second Twenty20 Match
England V Pakistan
Venue: Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff, 14:30 BST

Wednesday 2nd September - Third Twenty20 Match
England V Pakistan
Venue: The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, 18:30 BST



Welshred:
Thoroughly looking forward to this. Will be in Galle for the first few days of that test match and then have tickets to day 3 at Lords for the West Indies.

Don't think this will be Jimmy's swansong though, he's mentioned several times that he wants to go to the Ashes at the end of next year so think we still have a few more summers in him yet.


I'm a bit bored of playing Australia every year now, I know it's a money maker but every 2 years is more than enough.

Crosby Nick:
Oval Test at the start of the summer looks strange. Only other time I can remember that was 2012 and was to do with the Olympics I think. Wonder why that is.

Busy summer ahead, always good!

Yosser0_0:

--- Quote from: Welshred on February 16, 2020, 12:34:43 pm ---Thoroughly looking forward to this. Will be in Galle for the first few days of that test match and then have tickets to day 3 at Lords for the West Indies.

Don't think this will be Jimmy's swansong though, he's mentioned several times that he wants to go to the Ashes at the end of next year so think we still have a few more summers in him yet.


I'm a bit bored of playing Australia every year now, I know it's a money maker but every 2 years is more than enough.

--- End quote ---

I tend to agree, but the worst part about it is that we have to put up with watching Steve Smith in every match as he plays in every format for them. Horrible player to watch.

vagabond:
Pakistan are back again?? Trepidation every time the 16 year old great hope for fast bowling oversteps the line then.

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