The Indian cricket team will reassemble in Durham from July 15 and play a couple of four-day intra-squad games as part of their preparation for the Test series against England.
While the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has reached out to the England and Wales Cricket Board to see if the team can play a couple of practice games before the series begins in August, it looks unlikely.
“As far as we are concerned, their schedule remains the same. They have a camp in Durham from July 15 and will play two four-day intra-squad matches amongst their extended playing squad,” a ECB spokesperson told Sportstar.
He also indicated that so far there are “no requests to change it and we don’t expect the schedule to change.”
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