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Friday, October 25, 2019

England to tour Sri Lanka for two Tests in 2020

England to play two Tests in Sri Lanka in March 2020.




England will tour Sri Lanka for a two-Test match series in next year in March 2020, with 120 ICC World Test Championship points at stake, which will be started from 19 March in Galle.




England to play two Tests in Sri Lanka in March 2020.




England vs Sri Lanka Test Series 2020: Schedule, dates, venues.



The first Test match that starts from on 19 March at the old Sri Lankan fortress in Galle, where Sri Lanka has lost just two Tests since 2015, the last defeat, co-incidentally, also coming against England, when they visited these shores in 2018.
The tour second and final Test at the R Premadasa International Cricket Stadium in the national capital Colombo.


The series is yet another assignment in an already packed red-ball schedule for England, who are scheduled to play 14 Tests between now and next year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia in October-November.

The last time England toured Sri Lanka, in November 2018, they swept a three-Test series. It was the first whitewash they inflicted in a three-Test series in Asian conditions.




 England is currently in New Zealand where they will be playing five T20Is and two Test matches.



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