England will play in Trinidad after an era of West Indies tour

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England cricket team will tour the West Indies at the end of this year. England will play an international match in Trinidad after an era. West Indies and England will play three ODIs and five T20Is in the tour. England will play two T20s in Trinidad. England last played in Trinidad in 2009. Cricket West Indies (CWI) today released the final schedule for the limited overs series against England. CWI Chief Executive Johnny Grave said: ‘We are delighted to confirm the England match schedule and create the opportunity to welcome their fans back to the region for the White Ball before Christmas.’ From December 3 to 21, eight matches of the series will be held in four venues in Antigua, Barbados, Grenada and Trinidad, including ODIs and T20Is. There are two matches in each venue. West Indies and England will start the series with a three-match ODI in Antigua on December 3. Both teams will play the second ODI at the same venue. The third and final ODI of the series will be held in Barbados on December 9. The five-match T20 series will begin in Barbados from December 12. The next two matches will be held in Grenada on December 14 and 16 respectively. The last two T20s of the series will be played at the Brian Lara Academy in Trinidad on December 19 and 21. England will play for the first time at this stadium in Trinidad. Before that, the English played 28 matches at Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad. West Indies won by 6 wickets in the last T20 held in March 2009.

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