DD Sports to telecast all matches of India’s tour of West Indies

India is touring the West Indies playing for ODI & T20 match series. Both teams will face off this week as their game is scheduled for July 22, 2022. The teams face an exciting game.

So far we have seen India take the lead in the game and the teams are very confident that they will do their best and do well in the game. The fans have been waiting for the game, so stay tuned in and get the latest updates you want.

In the official announcement, DD Sports also confirmed that it organizes special shows based on pre-match and post-match analysis with cricket experts.

On June 24 (Friday), DD Sports announced that it will air the India-West Indies series scheduled for July-August 2022. The tour will consist of 3 ODIs and 5 T20Is. Port of Spain will host the 50-over series while games will be played in the shortest format in Trinidad, Florida, and ST. Kitten. The series begins on July 22nd and ends on August 7th.

In the official announcement, DD Sports also confirmed that it organizes special shows based on pre-match and post-match analysis with cricket experts along the lines of channels such as Sony Sports Network and Star Sports Network. Games will be streamed on all cable and DTH platforms except DD FreeDish.

India’s tour of the West Indies begins July 22 and has two T20Is planned in Florida

In a recent development, it has now been confirmed that the Indian cricket team’s tour of the West Indies will begin on July 22nd. St. Kitts and the United States.

Cricbuzz’s report confirms that the over-50 games will be played on July 22, 24, and 27 at Trinidad’s Queen Park Oval. Meanwhile, the first of the five T20Is will be played at Brian Charles Lara Stadium, followed by two games over two days at Warner Park in St Kitts and Nevis on August 1st and 2nd.

The final leg of the tour takes place in Florida, where the teams will play on August 6th and 7th.

“Those are the dates and the schedule will be announced once the approval comes out of the US. We await US sanctions,” confirmed a Cricket West Indies (CWI) official briefed on the development on May 6.

It is further revealed that Team India will fly to Trinidad on July 18th after completing their UK tour where Rohit Sharma & Co. will play a Test, three T20Is, and as many ODIs between July 1st. and 17. For their clash against England, India will also travel to Ireland where they will play several ODIs.

The busy schedule has, even more, to offer as the Indian Premier League ends on May 29th and the home series against South Africa made up of 5 T20Is, will be played between June 9th and 19th. With Team India commanding one at a time, several senior Indian players may miss the home streak and prepare for the long road season ahead.

Due to the current COVID situation; quarantine protocols and strict bio bubble may not be necessary; but things can change fairly quickly with the virus, as has been seen on numerous occasions in the past.

India vs. West Indies series schedule:


  1. 1st ODI: July 22 (Queens Park Oval, Port of Spain)
  2. 2nd ODI: July 24 (Queens Park Oval, Port of Spain)
  3. 3rd ODI: July 27 (Queens Park Oval, Port of Spain)

All ODI games are live from 7 pm IST


  1. July 29: (Brian Lara Stadium, Port of Spain)
  2. August 1 (Warner Park, Saint Kitt)
  3. August 2 (Warner Park, Saint Kitts)
  4. 6th August (Boward County Ground, Florida, USA)
  5. August 7 (Boward County Ground, Florida, USA)

All T20I games are live from 8 pm IST.

Also in May 2022, DD Sports announced that they will broadcast tournaments such as the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, and Asian Games, sporting events of national importance, under the Sports Broadcasting Signals Act (Mandatory Sharing with Prasar Bharati).

In addition, the announcement also mentioned various sports such as cricket, hockey, soccer, and badminton.


The fans can also watch the live online streaming on crickex app which you can install from the crickex official sites. And enjoy all live sports games.

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