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West Indies to host South Africa, England and Bangladesh in 2024

South Africa to play two T20I series in three months in the Caribbean; Bangladesh set to visit for an all-format tour starting November 22

Nicholas Pooran smacked four sixes in his 41, South Africa vs West Indies, 3rd T20I, Johannesburg, March 28, 2023

West Indies will host South Africa before the T20 World Cup and once after  •  AFP/Getty Images

West Indies men will host South Africa, England and Bangladesh between May to December 2024. The home games begin with a visit from South Africa for three T20Is starting May 23 at Sabina Park in Jamaica before the T20 World Cup in June where West Indies and USA are the hosts.
The three T20Is clash with the IPL playoffs week, which is likely to feature a few West Indies players including T20I captain Rovman Powell and Shimron Hetmyer. They are part of Rajasthan Royals, who are currently second on the points table. Cricket West Indies has allowed their players to be part of the IPL until their teams exit. There is no confirmation yet on whether the players whose teams don't make the playoffs will be named in the West Indies squad for the South Africa series.
West Indies then embark on a Test series to England in July following which South Africa return to the Caribbean for two Tests in Trinidad and Guyana from August 7. This will be followed by another three-match T20I series at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Trinidad from August 23 ahead of the CPL. The two teams will also play a four-day warm-up game ahead of the Test series in Tarouba.
After a white-ball tour in Sri Lanka in October, West Indies will host England from October 31 for three ODIs and five T20Is which will be played across Antigua, Barbados and St Lucia.
Bangladesh will then visit the Caribbean shores between November 22 and December 19 for an all-format tour which starts with two Test Matches to be played in Antigua and Jamaica, three ODIs in St. Kitts & Nevis, and three T20Is in St Vincent. West Indies will be returning to the Arnos Vale Ground in St Vincent for the first time since 2014. Bangladesh will also play a warm-up game before the Tests in Antigua.
CWI CEO Johnny Grave said Grenada and Dominica missed out on hosting games this year because "significant improvements" were made to the stadiums, adding that West Indies will return to both venues in 2025.