India to Host 2023 World Cup

India to Host 2023 World Cup

India to Host 2023 World Cup

Choudhry further added that the exact dates for the test match will be chalked out later.

As a result, Ireland and Afghanistan take the total of countries playing test matches to 12.

Afghanistan, a team that has made rapid strides in worldwide cricket despite the constant troubles back home, will play its first ever Test against India in 2019-2020, the final schedule for which will be worked out later.

Earlier, Afghanistan were supposed to play Australia in their first Test in 2019 but Board of Control for Cricket in India acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary on Monday said that India, because of their historic relationshio with Afghanistan, will host the neighbours for a Test match.

India are also set to host Afghanistan for their debut Test next year after they became full members of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2017.

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Paying heed to captain Virat Kohli's complaints on player fatigue, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday chose to reduce the workload of Indian cricketers by shortening its cricket calendar.

The BCCI also remained firm on its stance on dope testing of cricketers, saying there was no need for NADA to test the players as the board is WADA compliant.

The venue is not disclosed yet and it could be Greater Noida, which has been given them to use as their home venue in India. Taking these tournaments into account as well, Team India's playing days now will not surpass the 350-day mark.This comes after Indian captain Virat Kohli during the ongoing series against Sri Lanka had complained about the team not getting enough time to prepare for the series against South Africa, which begins in January.

India played 36 Tests, 73 ODIs and 18 T20Is in the previous FTP and had to play an insignificant series against scheduled hastily which is now in progress.

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