SAINT JOHNS – The West Indies Cricket Board announced that Afghanistan will play three Twenty20 and three One-day Internationals on its tour of the Caribbean in May/June this year. It will be the first time that the Afghans will be playing West Indies in a series on Caribbean soil, although it’s not the first time the team will be playing here.

The Afghans were one of the 12 teams that took part in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 Tournament and have made steady progress in the game since that time. “We are looking forward to welcoming the Afghans to the Caribbean for this short series,” said WICB Manager, Cricket Operations, Roland Holder.

“The series promises to be compelling, considering the result of the match between the two sides at the last ICC World Twenty20 in India, and Afghanistan’s gradual improvement over the last few years.” The Afghans will play the matches in the series at Warner Park in St. Kitts and the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground in St. Lucia.


Tue 30 Tour Match – Warner Park, St. Kitts


Fri 2 1st Twenty20International – Warner Park

Sat 3 2nd Twenty20International – Warner Park

Mon 5 3rd Twenty20International – Warner Park

Fri 9 1st One-day International – Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, St. Lucia

Sun 11 2nd One-day International – Daren Sammy Cricket Ground

Wed 14 3rd One-day International – Daren Sammy Cricket Ground.