ENGLAND take on India again this week as the One Day International series continues.
India are on a high after winning the Test series 3-1 and T20 series 3-2.
But Eoin Morgan’s ODI team are hoping to restore some pride with a three-match one-day scrap in Pune.
What TV channel is England’s series in India on – Channel 4 or Sky Sports?
- Channel 4 had the rights to show the Test series between the sides in the UK.
- But the T20 matches and the ODI series will all be shown on Sky.
- Match two is set for Sunday, March 14 and you watch on Sky Sports Cricket.
- Non-Sky customers can watch by grabbing a NOW TV pass from £9.99.
What radio station can I listen to England vs India on?
- talkSPORT will be the exclusive radio broadcaster for the tour with every ball of every game live on talkSPORT 2.
- The broadcast team includes talkSPORT cricket regulars, Darren Gough, Mark Nicholas, Mark Butcher, Matt Prior, Steve Harmison, Gareth Batty, Alex Tudor, Neil Manthorp, Jarrod Kimber, Jon Norman, Guy Swindells and Andrew McKenna.
- Harmison will also host a regular show, live-streamed on talkSPORT’s YouTube channel at the end of play each day, as part of 500 hours of cricket programming across the series.
- Complementing the live commentaries will be a daily Following On podcast, there will also be a two-hour highlights package for those who miss the action, plus the Cricket Collective will deliver regular preview and review shows.
- To follow the action on talkSPORT 2, download the talkSPORT app, re-tune your DAB radio, listen at talkSPORT.com or tell your smart speaker to ‘play talkSPORT 2’.
England cricket fixtures 2021
It’s set to be a busy year for England, with a packed winter schedule before welcoming Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka for home fixtures in the summer.
Currently, the Ashes 2021-22 schedule hasn’t been released but we’ll update you with those dates when we have them.
Here’s how 2021 is shaping across the Test, T20 and ODI formats:
Sri Lanka Test series (away)
- 1st Test, Galle – ENGLAND WON BY SEVEN WICKETS
- 2nd Test, Galle – ENGLAND WON BY SIX WICKETS
India Test series (away)
- 1st Test, Chennai – ENGLAND WON BY 227 RUNS
- 2nd Test, Chennai – INDIA WON BY 317 RUNS
- 3rd Test, Ahmedabad – INDIA WON BY 10 WICKETS
- 4th Test, Ahmedabad – INDIA WON BY AN INNINGS AND 25 RUNS
India T20 series (away)
- 1st T20, Ahmedabad – ENGLAND WON BY 8 WICKETS
- 2nd T20, Ahmedabad – INDIA WON BY 7 WICKETS
- 3rd T20, Ahmedabad – ENGLAND WON BY 8 WICKETS
- 4th T20, Ahmedabad – INDIA WON BY 8 RUNS
- 5th T20, Ahmedabad – INDIA WON BY 36 RUNS
India ODI series (away)
- 1st ODI, Pune – INDIA WON BY 66 RUNS
- 2nd ODI, Pune – Friday, March 26 (8am GMT)
- 3rd ODI, Pune – Sunday, March 28 (8am GMT)
New Zealand Test series (home)
- 1st Test, Lords – Thursday, June 3 (11am BST)
- 2nd Test, Edgbaston – Friday, June 11 (11am BST)
Sri Lanka ODI series (home)
- 1st ODI, Chester-le-Street – Tuesday, June 29 (11am BST)
- 2nd ODI, The Oval – Thursday, July 1 (1pm BST)
- 3rd ODI, Bristol – Sunday, July 4 (11am BST)
Pakistan ODI series (home)
- 1st ODI, Cardiff – Thursday, July 8 (1pm BST)
- 2nd ODI, Lord’s – Saturday, July 10 (11am BST)
- 3rd ODI, Edgbaston – Tuesday, July 13 (1pm BST)
Pakistan T20 series (home)
- 1st T20, Trent Bridge – Friday, July 16 (6.30pm BST)
- 2nd T20, Headingley – Sunday, July 18 (6.30pm BST)
- 3rd T20, Old Trafford – Tuesday, July 20 (6.30pm BST)
India Test series (home)
- 1st Test, Trent Bridge – Wednesday, August 4 to Sunday, August 8 (11am BST)
- 2nd Test, Lord’s – Thursday, August 12 to Monday, August 16 (11am BST)
- 3rd Test, Headingley – Wednesday, August 25 to Sunday, August 29 (11am BST)
- 4th Test, The Oval – Thursday, September 2 to Monday, September 6 (11am BST)
- 5th Test, Old Trafford – Friday, September 10 to Tuesday, September 14 (11am BST)
Pakistan T20 series (away)
- 1st T20, Karachi – Thursday, October 14 (2pm BST)
- 2nd T20, Karachi – Friday, October 15 (2pm BST)
T20 World Cup – India
- TBC – October to November
- TBC – November/December – January/February
Will fans be allowed at England’s summer matches?
- As per the government’s roadmap out of lockdown, cricket stadiums will open to a capacity of 25 per cent or ten thousand – whichever is lower – from May 17.
- That means England’s two Tests against New Zealand are set to be played in front of a 25 per cent capacity.
- All social distancing restrictions are scheduled to be removed on June 21, meaning the rest of England’s summer fixtures can be played in front of a full house.