Tri-series schedule (India v Sri Lanka v West Indies), June 2013.

Tag Tri-series-WI-2013

Indians have a packed schedule in 2013 and it doesn't include any tour to West Indies but BCCI has decided to send over their national team for a fortnight to participate in a tri-series, which also involves Sri Lanka who have a full tour to Caribbean..

Just a 7 match tri-series it will be with each team playing another twice, and top two on points table clashing for the final. The triangular series starts 28th June with Sri Lanka taking on West Indies while the final will be on 11th July 2013.

Sabina Park in Jamaica will host first three games while Queens Park Oval in Trinidad gets last four. All matches will be played as day games.

Schedule : Tri-series in West Indies, June-July 2013
Date Match Venue
28 June 2013 Match 1 : Sri Lanka v West Indies Jamaica
30 June 2013 Match 2 : India v West Indies Jamaica
2 July 2013 Match 3 : India v Sri Lanka Jamaica
5 July 2013 Match 4 : India v West Indies Trinidad
7 July 2013 Match 5 : Sri Lanka v West Indies Trinidad
9 July 2013 Match 6 : India v Sri Lanka Trinidad
11 July 2013 The final Trinidad


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