India to travel to West Indies after Champions Trophy

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Even last time in 2013, India, after winning the Champions Trophy, went to the West Indies for a tri-nation series.

The tour will kick off with five-match ODI series, first of which will be played on June 23 at Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain. The teams will then travel to Kingston for the final ODI and one-off T20I.

The ODI matches will be played at Queen s Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago, Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua and Sabina Park in Jamaica.

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India will embark on a limited-overs tour of West Indies next month, soon after the Champions Trophy, their cricket boards have announced.

West Indies are now ninth in the ICC ODI rankings, nine rating points behind Pakistan.

This assignment will immediately follow the Champions Trophy which takes place from June 1 - June 18.

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India s cricket board dropped a $42 million damages claim against the West Indies over an abandoned tour in 2014. India had also toured West Indies in August past year.

Hosts England and the other top seven sides in the rankings will book the automatic berths at the showpiece with the remaining teams having to enter a qualifier to determine the two last slots.

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