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There will be no rest and relaxation for India after the Champions Trophy in England next month as they will jet off to the West Indies right after the conclusion of the tournament.
India will be playing five ODIs and a one-off Twenty20 International in the Caribbean, and their tour is scheduled to begin on June 23, which is just five days after the Champions Trophy final.
The first two ODIs will be held in Trinidad before the action moves to Antigua for the next two matches.
The final ODI and the lone Twenty20 International will take place at Sabina Park in Jamaica on July 6 and 9 respectively.
Since the West Indies failed to qualify for the Champions Trophy, they will be hosting Afghanistan for three ODIs and three Twenty20 Internationals prior to their limited overs series against India.