No International Cricket for Jamaica as India Tours the Caribbean
Jamaica will once again be watching from the sidelines when International Cricket continues next month in the region.
This as Dominica and Trinidad are set to host the two tests between India and the West Indies according to a tentative schedule shared among the boards of cricket West Indies.
Barbados, Trinidad, and Guyana will host the six white-ball games, including three one day Internationals and three T20 internationals.
The final two t20 internationals will take place in Florida.
The series is scheduled to start on July 12 with the first test in Dominica ,while the second test starts on July 20 in Trinidad.
The first two one day Internationals are scheduled for Barbados on July 27 and 29, with the 3rd in Trinidad on August 1.
The first of T/20 International is on August 4 in Trinidad , with the 2nd and third in Guyana on August 6 and 8 while the last two will be played in Florida on August 12 and 13 .
Meanwhile a formal agreement for the two additional T/20 internationals has not yet been signed between the boards, but is expected to be formalized during the World Test Championship final which is currently on in London, where members of the and CWI will meet.