In the dynamic realm of international cricket, the year 2023 unfolded as a tale of mixed fortunes for the Indian cricket team. Demonstrating commendable prowess across all three formats, the squad showcased remarkable performances; however, the coveted ICC trophy remained elusive. As the cricketing calendar turns to 2024, it offers Team India a platform to assert their dominance on the global stage.

Kicking off the new year, India is set to conclude a two-match Test series against South Africa, providing a challenging initiation to 2024. Following this encounter, Afghanistan is slated to tour India for a thrilling three-match T20I International series, promising high-octane clashes between the two competitive sides.

Subsequently, the cricketing giants England will embark on a tour of India, engaging in a grueling five-match Test series, testing the mettle of Rohit Sharma’s Men in Blue.

Adding to the anticipation, the T20I World Cup 2024 looms on the horizon, scheduled for June and jointly hosted by West Indies and America. This global spectacle will witness cricketing nations vying for supremacy in the shortest format, and Team India aims to make a resounding statement.

The year 2024 presents a formidable lineup of opponents for Rohit Sharma’s squad, with challenges emanating from South Africa, Afghanistan, and England. As cricket enthusiasts eagerly await the unfolding drama, Team India stands poised to navigate the complexities and write a compelling chapter in their cricketing journey during the upcoming year.


January 2024

India vs South Africa

3 T20Is, 3 ODIs, 2 Tests (Away)

India vs Afghanistan

3 T20Is (Home)

January-March 2024

India vs England

5 Tests (WTC 2023-25) (Home)

June 2024

T20I World Cup 2024

Hosted in West Indies/USA

July 2024

India vs Sri Lanka

3 ODIs, 3 T20Is (Away)

September 2024

India vs Bangladesh

2 Tests (WTC 2023-25), 3 T20Is (Home)

October 2024

India vs New Zealand

3 Tests (WTC 2023-25) (Home)

November-December 2024

India vs Australia

5 Tests (WTC 2023-25) (Away)

By Ritik Sharma

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