Windies to host ODI tri-series in June 2016
The West Indies Cricket Board have announced that there will be a 10-match tri-series in the Caribbean in June next year, featuring the Windies, Australia, and South Africa.
The one-day series will be played in Guyana, St Kitts, and Barbados, and will comprise of a round robin stage in each venue, and then a final will be played. The final will be played at the Kensington Oval.
"This tournament promises to be very exciting with two of the world's top teams coming to the Caribbean," said Roland Holder, WICB manager for cricket operations.
"It will provide a golden opportunity for our team to test themselves against two of the best sides in the world in the ODI format."
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