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India will play two Twenty20 Internationals against the West Indies in the United States of America as part of their Caribbean tour

In August, the Indian side will play a pair of Twenty20 Internationals against the West Indies in the United States. India is still awaiting the conclusion of its eight-match series with the Windies. The series consists of three One-Day Internationals and five Twenty20 Internationals. Six games will be held in the Caribbean, while the final two Twenty20 Internationals will be held in the United States.

The series will begin in late July and conclude in early August. Cricket West Indies (CWI) will host both matches at Lauderhill, Florida. Six international games have previously been held at the facility. India has played four games at the stadium, two in 2016 and two in 2019.

India will depart directly from England for the West Indies following the conclusion of a pending Test match and six white-ball matches. The squads for the England and Caribbean tours will be confirmed shortly. After the series against India concludes, West Indies players will return to their homeland from the United States to prepare for the Caribbean Premier League, which begins on August 29.