The West Indies is set to host Sri Lanka in February in a series that include two test matches, three ODIs, and three T20 Internationals.
According to press reports, Cricket West Indies and Sri Lanka Cricket authorities have agreed to the tour.
The Sri Lankans will arrive in the Caribbean after they wrap up a 2-test series at home against England.
The tour also comes amid the playing of the Super50 Cup, scheduled to run from February 4-27, and follows the West Indies return from tour of Bangladesh.
The series will be split between Antigua and St Lucia as those countries have shown an interest in hosting the matches under bio-secure protocols.
The series will form part of the ICC Test Championships with the teams battling for the Sobers-Tissera Trophy.
Later in the year, the West Indies will play host to Australia for a total of six matches, three T20s, and three ODIs in the period June/July, as well as to Pakistan at the back end of July for two test matches and two T20 Internationals in Trinidad and one in Guyana.
Readers Bureau , Contributor
Edited by Jesus Chan
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