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The Indian women’s cricket team will play a historic one-off Test against England in Bristol as part of a multi-format series that will also feature three ODIs and as many T20 Internationals starting June 16.


The Test will be played at the Bristol County Ground from June 16-19, kicking off the England team’s summer. The match was first confirmed by BCCI Secretary Jay Shah earlier this year but the exact date and venue were unveiled by the host board on Tuesday.


"ECB Chief Executive Officer, Tom Harrison, said: "We're really looking forward to a busy summer in what is a huge year for our England Women's team, and we're very excited about hosting India and New Zealand," a statement from the board read.


While the Indian women’s team will take part in a Test for the first time since 2014, England last played the longest format of the game during the Ashes 2019.


The one-off Test will be followed by 3 ODIs and and as many T20Is. The tour will conclude on July 15 in Chelmsford.


“The two international series will sit either side of The Hundred, and with the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy and the new Regional T20 competition running throughout the summer, it’s a fixture list that offers a lot for both our players and our fans.


Following the engagements against India, The Hundred will take place, after which the England women’s side will face New Zealand in three T20Is and five ODIs respectively, in September.

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