The West Indies will tour India for the first time since the infamous walkout in 2014 when the two square off in three tests, five One Day Internationals and a one-off T20 International at Eden Gardens.
The series will also see the Caribbean men play their fourth day/night test match either in Rajkot or Hyderabad.
West Indies last toured India for a bilateral series in 2014 for a limited-overs and a test series but following a pay dispute with the West Indies Cricket Board (now Cricket West Indies), the tour was abandoned midway after the fourth ODI in Dharamsala.
Since then, West Indies have only been to India for the World T20 in 2016, while India has toured the Caribbean twice, tests in 2016 and a limited-overs series (five ODIs and one T20 International) in 2017.
India won both the legs.
Readers Bureau, contributor
Edited by Jesus Chan
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