World cricket’s most marketable team, India will once again play the maximum number of international matches across three formats — 203 in the next five-year Futures & Programme Cycle (2018-2023).

In this period, India is expected to play 51 Test matches, 83 ODIs and a record 69 T20 Internationals.


India’s number of matches is significantly more than second-placed West Indies (186 matches) and third-placed England at 175.

However, contrary to popular perception, India will play the second highest number of Tests (England top the list with 59 games) which is four more than Australia, who are third with 47 games in longest format. However, in ODIs and T20Is, India are playing the maximum games followed by West Indies who are scheduled to play 75 ODIs and 68 T20Is.Click Here: Maori All Blacks Store