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The ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board) announced at the beginning of September that England Men will entertain New Zealand, India, and South Africa in the summer of 2022 for their home, international fixtures, and, after the chaos of 2020 and 2021, many will be hopeful of capacity crowds.
ECB chief executive officer Tom Harrison said: "It has been a scintillating summer of cricket and so good to see crowds back packing out venues later this summer.
"For next summer, I am pleased to be able to confirm three high-quality men's international touring teams for 2022, starting with a three-Test LV= Insurance Series against World Test Champions New Zealand.
"We also look forward to India returning for two white-ball series before we host South Africa for what promises to be hard-fought series across three formats, including three LV= Insurance Test Matches."
Starting off the summer series will be a three-match LV= Insurance Test Series against world champions New Zealand, with the first test at the home of cricket, Lord’s, on Thursday 2nd – Monday 6th June. Following this, the Black Caps will descend upon Trent Bridge on Friday 10th – Tuesday 14th June, and then a final test at the Emerald Headingley on Thursday 23rd – Monday 27th June.
Next up, England takes on India with a white-ball series, starting with a three-match Vitality IT20 Series at Emirates Old Trafford on Friday 1st July, Trent Bridge on Sunday 3rd July and the Ageas Bowl on Wednesday 6th July. India then moves on to three ODI’s as part of the Royal London Series, with the first fixture at Edgbaston on Saturday 9th July, followed by the Kia Oval on Tuesday 12th July, finishing up at Lord’s on Thursday 14th July.
Finally, England takes on South Africa for the largest series of the summer, featuring three ODIs, three T20s and three Tests. The three ODI’s (Royal London Series) are at Emirates Riverside on Tuesday 19th July, Emirates Old Trafford on Friday 22nd July, and Emerald Headingley on Sunday 24th July. England then meets for their three-match Vitality IT20 Series at Bristol County Ground on Wednesday 27th July, Sophia Gardens on Thursday 28th July and the Ageas Bowl on Sunday 31st July.
The final challenge of the home series is a three-match LV=Insurance Test Series, starting at Lord’s on Wednesday 17th - Sunday 21st August, before moving on to Edgbaston from the Thursday 25th - Monday 29th August, and concluding at the Kia Oval on the Thursday 8th - Monday 12th September.
|02-06 Jun 22||Lord's||England v New Zealand - 1st Test Match||LV= Insurance Test Series||Test Cricket|
|10-14 Jun 22||Trent Bridge||England v New Zealand - 2nd Test Match|
|23-27 Jun 22||Emerald Headingley||England v New Zealand - 3rd Test Match|
|01 Jul 22||Emirates Old Trafford||England v India - 1st IT20 Match||Vitality IT20 Series||Twenty20 International|
|03 Jul 22||Trent Bridge||England v India - 2nd IT20 Match|
|06 Jul 22||Ageas Bowl||England v India - 3rd IT20 Match|
|09 Jul 22||Edgbaston||England v India - 1st ODI||Royal London Series||One Day International (ODI)|
|12 Jul 22||KIA Oval||England v India - 2nd ODI|
|14 Jul 22||Lord's||England v India - 3rd ODI|
|19 Jul 22||Emirates Riverside||England v South Africa - 1st ODI||Royal London Series||One Day International (ODI)|
|22 Jul 22||Emirates Old Trafford||England v South Africa - 2nd ODI|
|24 Jul 22||Emerald Headingley||England v South Africa - 3rd ODI|
|27 Jul 22||Bristol County Ground||England v South Africa - 1st IT20 Match||Vitality IT20 Series||Twenty20 International|
|28 Jul 22||Sophia Gardens||England v South Africa - 2nd IT20 Match|
|31 Jul 22||Ageas Bowl||England v South Africa - 3rd IT20 Match|
|17-21 Aug 22||Lord's||England v South Africa - 1st Test Match||LV= Insurance Test Series||Test Cricket|
|25-29 Aug 22||Edgbaston||England v South Africa - 2nd Test Match|
|08-12 Sep 22||KIA Oval||England v South Africa - 3rd Test Match|