St Lucia, Grenada, Barbados, Guyana and Jamaica are set to see cricket action as the West Indies hosts South Africa, Australia and Pakistan in the coming months.
According to Cricket West Indies, the first matches will be against South Africa from June 10th to 3rd July – a rescheduled tour from 2020 consisting of two Tests in St Lucia and five T20Is in Grenada.
Then come the Aussies from July 9th to 24th for five T20Is in St Lucia and three day/night ODIs in Barbados.
The final leg of the home tours will be Pakistan from July 27th to August 24th where the teams will play five T20Is and two Tests across three venues – Barbados, Guyana and Jamaica.
The 15 T20Is to be played across these tours are part of the West Indies’ continued build-up towards defending their T20 World Cup in October and November 2021.