“India’s 2022-23 international home season will commence with a three-match T20I and three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka in January,” the BCCI said in a statement.
The three T20I matches against Sri Lanka are scheduled to be played on January 3 in Mumbai, January 5 in Pune, and January 7 in Rajkot while the ODI series is slated to kick off on January 10 in Guwahati with the last two ODI matches scheduled to be played on January 12 and January 15 respectively.
Sri Lanka tour of India 2023:
|1||Tuesday, 3rd January||1st T20I||Mumbai|
|2||Thursday, 5th January||2nd T20I||Pune|
|3||Saturday, 7th January||3rd T20I||Rajkot|
|4||Tuesday, 10th January||1st ODI||Guwahati|
|5||Thursday, 12th January||2nd ODI||Kolkata|
|6||Sunday, 15th January||3rd ODI||Trivandrum|
“The action will then move to a three-match ODI series against New Zealand wherein Hyderabad, Raipur and Indore will play hosts. The second ODI on 21st January will be a marquee ODI for the city of Raipur as they will host their first international fixture. Team India will also play a three-match T20I series against New Zealand,” the statement further added.
New Zealand tour of India 2023 kick starts with an ODI series with the first match scheduled to be played on January 18 in Hyderabad before the action moves to Raipur for the second ODI set to be played on January 21st while the third ODI will be played in Indore on January 24.
The Black Caps are also scheduled to play three T20I matches with the series opener set to be played in Ranchi on January 27. The last two T20Is are scheduled to be played on January 29 in Lucknow and February in Ahmedabad.
New Zealand tour of India 2023:
|1||Wednesday, 18th January||1st ODI||Hyderabad|
|2||Saturday, 21st January||2nd ODI||Raipur|
|3||Tuesday, 24th January||3rd ODI||Indore|
|4||Friday, 27th January||1st T20I||Ranchi|
|5||Sunday, 29th January||2nd T20I||Lucknow|
|6||Wednesday, 1st February||3rd T20I||Ahmedabad|
“The Mastercard Australia tour of India for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy will kickstart in Nagpur from the 9th of February. Team India will then play the next three Test matches in Delhi, Dharamsala & Ahmedabad. This will also be the last edition of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy which will be a 4-match Test series feature.”
“The home series will then conclude with a three-match ODI series that will be held in Mumbai, Vizag & Chennai.”
Australia tour of India 2023:
|1||9th – 13th February||1st Test||Nagpur|
|2||17th – 21st February||2nd Test||Delhi|
|3||1st – 5th March||3rd Test||Dharamsala|
|4||9th – 13th March||4th Test||Ahmedabad|
|1||Friday, 17th March||1st ODI||Mumbai|
|2||Sunday, 19th March||2nd ODI||Vizag|
|3||Wednesday, 22nd March||3rd ODI||Chennai|