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In an occasion of women’s day the secretary of BCCI announced that India women’s will play a test match in England

The venue and the date of the rest match still not declared by the BCCI, but it will declared soon. In the occasion of the Women’s day 8th March, Jay shah announced that the blue jersey will wear white jersey again to play the red ball cricket against England in the end of this year. It is thinking that the match will be played at time, when the India’s men team will play the final of World Test Champion Ship Final against New Zealand in England.

When it will be played

The final between India and New Zealand will be played from 18th June to 22nd June in England, but the date of the India’s women team test match against England is yet to be decided by the England Cricket Board.

India to wear the white jersey again

8th March the secretary of Indian cricket Board Jay shah, decided to give a pleasant surprise to the Indian women’s team, by announcing their test match against England. India had play their last read ball cricket against South Africa in Mysore. In that match India wins it by an innings and 34 runs. Since 2015 the Women’s test match has almost gone, just a few game was played from then. England and Australia just played only six test matches between this time interval, so it bad to see that women’s test match is almost end.

Previous results of England vs India tests

But it will not happen, because it is starting again. The Board of control for Cricket in India make a decision to start the red ball game again. Last time India played a test match against England in 2014 in wormsley. Mithali Raj hits a 50 in that match and india win the match with 6 wickets in hand. Till now India and England already played 13 test matches among them India wins two while England wins only one. After a long time India will play against England so  it is expecting that it will be a good match between them.

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