The postponed fifth Check between England and India will likely be performed at Edgbaston from 1-5 July subsequent yr.
The sequence decider, attributable to be held at Emirates Previous Trafford in September, was referred to as off after India withdrew over Covid-19 considerations.
The rearranged Check will depend in direction of the end result of the sequence, which India lead 2-1.
Previous Trafford will change Edgbaston because the venue for the second Check between England and South Africa in August.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) stated Previous Trafford couldn’t stage the rearranged Check due to “complexities within the schedule” and an absence of time to organize a pitch due to “pre-planned occasions” on the floor.
ECB chief government Tom Harrison stated: “We’re very happy that now we have reached an settlement with BCCI (Board of Management for Cricket in India) to create a becoming finish to what has been a superb sequence up to now.
“We wish to apologise once more to followers for the disruption and disappointment of September occasions.”
BCCI honorary secretary Jay Shah stated: “The 4 Check matches have been riveting, and we would have liked a becoming finale.”
India are scheduled to play three Twenty20s and three one-day internationals in England in July.
The T20 sequence will begin six days later than initially deliberate on 7 July, and the ODI sequence will get beneath means on 12 July.
Previous Trafford will host an ODI fairly than the scheduled T20, whereas Edgbaston will do the other.
“We recognise that accommodating this further match means a tighter schedule for the white-ball sequence,” Harrison stated. “We are going to proceed to handle our gamers’ welfare and workloads by way of subsequent yr.”
The Check was postponed after a variety of India’s assist workers examined constructive for coronavirus.
The vacationers stated they have been unable to subject a group as they feared additional instances spreading by way of the squad.
In asserting the information of the cancellation two hours earlier than the beginning of the sport on 10 September, the ECB stated India had forfeited the Check, solely to retract that assertion.
Harrison stated later that day that the Worldwide Cricket Council would make a ruling on the end result of the Check and sequence, however India opener Rohit Sharma stated this month: “In my thoughts now we have gained the sequence 2-1.”
England v India 2022 – revised schedule
- 1-5 July: Fifth Check, Edgbaston
- 7 July: First T20, Ageas Bowl
- 9 July: Second T20, Edgbaston
- 10 July: Third T20, Trent Bridge
- 12 July: First ODI, Kia Oval
- 14 July: Second ODI, Lord’s
- 17 July: Third ODI, Emirates Previous Trafford