The India Tour of England begins in July and includes a single test, three T20Is and three ODIs between July 1 and July 17. Before the start of the IND vs ENG series, Team India is currently playing a warm-up match against the English county club. Leicestershire.

India are leading the IND vs ENG 2-1 Test series which started in 2021. India started with a draw at Trent Bridge in the first Test. They won the second Test at Lord’s, lost the third at Headingley and won the fourth again at The Oval to lead the series 2-1. In this series, both teams will be led by two different captains than they were last year.

Rohit Sharma will lead India while Ben Stokes will lead England. He took over from Joe Root ahead of the series against New Zealand.

ENG vs IND Batters to watch, Batters
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The fifth Test, which was to be played in Manchester, was postponed due to a covid scare in the Indian camp. The two councils eventually found a window in July 2022 to restart the series with the fifth test at a different venue. The fifth Test will now be played at Edgbaston from July 1, following a three-game T20I series and a three-game ODI series.

IND vs ENG Test 2022, T20, ODI teams, schedule, venues and live stream details

Tour of England India 2022 Schedule

Single Test – July 1-5 – Edgbaston, Birmingham – 3.30pm IST

1st T20I – July 7 – Rose Bowl, Southampton – 11pm IST

2nd T2I – July 9 – Edgbaston, Birmingham – 7pm IST

3rd T20I – July 10 – Trent Bridge, Nottingham – 11pm IST

1st ODI – July 12 – Kennington Oval, London – 3.30pm IST

2nd ODI – 14th July – Lord’s, London – 5.30pm IST

3rd ODI – July 17 – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester – 5.30pm IST

Squads England vs India 2022

England have yet to announce their Test, ODI and T20I squads for the series while BCCI have announced the Test squad. India fly-half KL Rahul was initially named in the 17-member test squad but will miss the England tour to travel to Germany for medical treatment.

The Indian team for the fifth test

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Indian cricket team. Image source: Twitter

Rohit Sharma (c), Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, Umesh Yadav, Prasidh Krishna , Srikar Bharat (week)

India Tour Of England 2022 Streaming and Broadcast Details

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Joe Root and Virat Kohli in the draw. (Picture: Twitter)

In India and the subcontinent

India Tour of England 2022 will be broadcast on Sony Sports Network in India and other parts of the subcontinent like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka, while the broadcast online will take place on the Sony Liv mobile app or their official sonyliv.com website.

United Kingdom

The India Tour of England 2022 will be broadcast on Sky Sports Cricket in the United Kingdom (UK) and the same network will be broadcast live on the internet.

In the USA

India Tour of England 2022 will air on Willow TV in United States of America (USA).

In South Africa

The India Tour of England 2022 will be shown on the SuperSport network in South Africa and across sub-Saharan Africa. For online streaming, one can log on to SupertSport.com.

In Australia

India Tour of England 2022 will be broadcast on the Fox Sports network in Australia while the online broadcast will take place on the Foxtel Sports digital platform. Kayo Sports, a new digital platform, will also broadcast live matches in Australia.

In New Zealand

India Tour of England 2022 will be shown on SKY Sport NZ and talkSPORT will be the official radio broadcaster for the bilateral series.

In the Caribbean

India Tour of England 2022 will air on Flow Sports in the Caribbean region.

In the Middle-East

India Tour of England 2022 will be broadcast on beIN Sports network in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region in 24 countries like Algeria, Bahrain, Iran, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Oman, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar, etc.

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