England will be touring Sri Lanka for two series in March next year, with 120 ICC World Test Championship points at stake.
The tour begins on March 7, the eve of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 final, with a three-day warm-up match against the XI. President of a Sri Lankan board in Katunayake. This is followed by a second warm-up match, which will take place between March 12 and 15 in Colombo’s P Sara Oval on four days against the same opponent.
This is followed by the first test, which begins on March 19th in the old Sri Lankan fortress in Galle, where Sri Lanka has lost only two tests since 2015.
The last defeat that happened to be against England when they visited them. The tour ends with the second and final test at R Premadasa International Cricket Stadium in Colombo, the national capital.
The series is another order in an already packed Red Ball program for England, which will face 14 tests from October to November in Australia until the ICC men’s T20 World Championship next year.
When England toured Sri Lanka for the last time in November 2018, they completed a three-test series. It was the first whitewash they did in a three-test series under Asian conditions.