Three ODIs & Three T20 matches
September 2020 - October 2020
Five Test Matches
January 2021 - March 2021
India v England Cricket Tour 2020/2021
Cricket is more than a sport in India, it is a national passion. With the incredible rise in popularity of the Indian Premier League the limited overs versions of the game in particular has seen sold out stadiums all over this huge cricket loving nation. The England ODI/T20 Cricket team are due to tour India in the autumn of 2020 and scheduled to play three ODI matches and three T20 matches. Wherever these fixtures are played in India there will be a scramble for the all-important match tickets. Book a package with International Cricket Tours to ensure you do not miss out on this unique cricket experience. Witness first hand the exceptional pulse racing atmosphere inside the cricket ground when India take to field against England for what promises to be a highly competitive series.
Fill the remaining time on the tour experiencing some of the best sights India has to offer. From the Golden Triangle and the Taj Mahal to the Palaces of Rajasthan and the backwaters of Kerala, India has an incredible array of breath-taking wonders and attractions to discover. Beyond the cricket schedule we can tailor make your trip to include as much or as little as you wish to see of this remarkable country.
In early 2021 it will be the turn of the England Test match squad to embark on a Test series of India. This mammoth five Test tour will not be for the faint of heart England supporters. As those who travelled on the last Test match tour of India can testify when England were soundly beaten by India 4-0. If this is the tour for you then let us do the ‘heavy lifting’ and depart the UK safe in the knowledge that all your travel arrangements and match tickets are secured and in good hands.
Discover more about India, things to do in Delhi, what a chaat is and where you can see tigers, here.
Kolkata ground – Eden Gardens
Eden Gardens may sound idyllic but it has a reputation for gladiatorial contests on a colossal scale. The fourth largest stadium in the world houses 66,000 rowdy fans and was revamped and spruced up for the 2011 World Cup. Prior to that up to 120,000 people could crowd into the packed stands. It has been said that no cricketer’s “cricketing education is complete till he has played in front of a packed Eden Gardens.” England won as recently as December 2012 and will be hoping to learn from that success.
Can England teach India a cricketing lesson? Support England’s return visit to Kolkata on the tour of 2020/21.
Mumbai ground – Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium is positively intimate compared to other venues on the Indian tour. Hosting just over 33,000 it still packs a punch with a lively crowd and a testing playing surface. The ground is notable for witnessing the last ever match in the illustrious career of the legendary Sachin Tendulkar and hosted the 2011 World Cup final where India triumphed over Sri Lanka. If England’s batsmen are on song they can hope to score heavily here, this is the ground where Ravi Shastri hit six sixes in an over.
Help England secure a memorable Mumbai victory. Register your interest in the 2020/21 England cricket tour of India.
Delhi ground – The Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium
November the 29th 1987. Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister, a pint was 95p and T’Pau were number 1 in the charts. It was the last time India ever lost a test match at fortress Feroz Shah Kotla. Outbatted by Gordon Greenidge and Viv Richards, it took the mighty West Indies to beat India. This impressive ground has witnessed Anil Kumble’s 10 wickets in an innings against Pakistan and Sachin Tendulkar’s 35th test hundred. England’s cricketers will need to set some records of their own to notch up a historic victory in Fortress Feroz Shah.
Book your seat in Fortress Feroz Shah as England strive to end a 31 year winning streak. Sign up for the England tour to India.
From our last tour..
All the arrangements worked out perfectly. Albeit short, this was probably the best trip I have ever done.
I wanted to write to thank you. We had a most wonderful time. What an extraordinary country and people! I must say that you and the Indian company were superb. Everything went off well, people efficient and courteous. We were so impressed that you were able to organise such a bespoke tour for us and what a match it was. We will certainly look to you again for a future trip.
Just a quick thanks had a fabulous time the whole trip Chennai, Golden Triangle and Goa was amazing. Back to reality now! Bring on the Ashes!
Last updated April 29th, 2019