India vs England Tour 2023-24 Schedule, Squads, Broadcast & Predictions

In what will be one of the most-awaited Test series of the year, India will host England in a five-match series as a part of the World Test Championships for the 2023-25 cycle.

After India’s three-match T20I series against Afghanistan, the squad will assemble to take on England in five Tests with the possibility of Bazball surfacing for the first time in India. In this piece, get all the information about this India vs England Test series 2023-24 including schedule, squads, ticketing options and other things.

How to buy tickets for the India vs England 2024 Tests?

We are still awaiting information on how to buy tickets for England’s tour of India but based on reports and based on previous series, the tickets could be available on PayTM and BookMyShow.com.

The same will be updated with the exact information once it’s released.

India vs England 2024 Schedule & Time Table

England will tour India for a total of five Tests. There is a possibility that a warm-up game might be played before the start of the Tests but this hasn’t been confirmed yet.

The series will kick-start on January 25 with the first Test in Hyderabad before clashing again after a two-day break in Visakhapatnam for the second Test. The Saurashtra Cricket Association in Rajkot will be the host for the third Test starting January 25.

The series will round off with the remaining two games in Ranchi and Dharamsala.

Match Number Dates Venue
1st Test January 25-29 Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad
2nd Test February 2-6 Dr. Y. S. Rajashekar Reddy ACA–VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam
3rd Test Jan 25-29 Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot
4th Test Jan 25-29 JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi
5th Test Jan 25-29 Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamshala

England Tour India 2024 Team Squads

Both teams will have a lot at stake as they face off in this five-match Test series.

For England, captain Ben Stokes will hope to recover fully from his fitness concerns but there is a good possibility he might not be fit enough to bow. On the other hand, Rohit Sharma will lead the Indian hopes as he looks to recover from the 2023 World Cup final defeat.

Below are the two squads for the India vs England Test series in 2024.

England’s squad for the Test series

  • Ben Stokes (captain)
  • Zak Crawley
  • Ben Duckett
  • Joe Root
  • Jonny Bairstow (wk)
  • Harry Brook
  • James Anderson
  • Rehan Ahmed
  • Gus Atkinson
  • Shoaib Bashir
  • Ben Foakes (wk)
  • Tom Hartley
  • Jack Leach
  • Ollie Pope
  • Ollie Robinson
  • Mark Wood

India’s squad for the Test series

  • Rohit Sharma (captain)
  • TBA

How to Watch England’s Tour of India 2023-24?

The India vs England Test series will be broadcast live on the Sports18 network on television while the live streaming of this series can be watched on Jio Cinema.

More information on how to watch this series in other parts of the world including the UK will be revealed soon.

Match by Match India vs England Predictions & Tips

We will update these match-by-match predictions and tips for the India v England series closer to the date.

India vs England Head to Head & Statistics

Overall, the two teams have clashed 131 times and England enjoys a healthy 50-31 lead over India. Since the year 2000, however, it’s 18-17 in favour of England – making this one of the closest Test match rivalries in recent times.

Another thing to be noted here is that England is one of those teams to have won a Test series in India. Their 2-1 win over India in the 2012 series was the last time an overseas team won a Test series in the country.

Here’re the India vs England Test series results from recent times:

  • 2021 (in England): 2-2
  • 2021 (in India): India 3-1
  • 2018 (in England): England 4-1
  • 2016 (in India): India 4-0
  • 2014 (in England): England 3-1
  • 2012 (in India): England 2-1
  • 2011 (in England): England 4-0
  • 2008 (in India): India 1-0
  • 2007 (in England): England 1-0
  • 2006 (in India): 1-1
  • 2002 (in England): 1-1
  • 2001 (in India): 1-0

Vijay Roy

A former six-time gully cricket man-of-the-tournament in his local competitions, Vijay took to writing about the game when he realised the IPL scouts weren't going to add his name to the auctions. He now helps fellow cricket fans with all the latest in the world of cricket.

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