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Nagpur to host first Test

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NEW DELHI: England's tour of India next year will start a week earlier than originally planned due to the cancellation of Asia Cup. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) together have agreed on the itinerary of England's 62-day tour of the sub-continent.

England arrives in Mumbai on February 13 and plays two three-day warm-up matches, against Mumbai at the Brabourne Stadium and against Board President's XI in Baroda, before the three-match Test series.

The itinerary: Feb 13: England team arrives in Mumbai. Feb 18-20: Three-day practice match against CCI at Mumbai. Feb 23-25: Three-day game against President's XI at Baroda. March 1-5: First Test (Nagpur). March 9-13: Second Test (Mohali). March 18-22: Third Test (Mumbai). March 25: One-day warm-up match at Jaipur. March 28: First ODI (Delhi). March 31: Second ODI (Faridabad). April 3: Third ODI (Goa). April 6: Fourth ODI (Cochin). April 9: Fifth ODI (Guwahati). April 12: Sixth ODI (Jamshedpur). April 15: Seventh ODI (Indore).

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