The year 2022 did not go well for Team India as the side saw several ups and downs in a span of 12 months. Virat Kohli stepped down as Test and ODI captain, while India failed to qualify for the final of the Asia Cup and T20 World Cup. India also lost the one-off Test against England in July. Meanwhile, India displayed a strong form in bilateral series throughout the year, winning every T20I contest that they played.
January 2023: India vs Sri Lanka T20I and ODI series (Home)
- 1st T20I - Jan 3 - Mumbai
- 2nd T20I - Jan 5 - Pune
- 3rd T20I - Jan 7 - Rajkot
- 1st ODI - Jan 10 - Guwahati
- 2nd ODI - Jan 12 - Kolkata
- 3rd ODI - Jan 15 - Thiruvananthapuram
January-February 2023: India vs New Zealand ODI and T20I series (Home)
- 1st ODI - Jan 18 - Hyderabad
- 2nd ODI - Jan 21 - Raipur
- 3rd ODI - Jan 24 - Indore
- 1st T20I - Jan 27 - Ranchi
- 2nd T20I - Jan 29 - Lucknow
- 3rd T20I - Feb 1 - Ahmedabad
February-March 2023: India vs Australia Test and ODI series (Home)
- 1st Test - Feb 9-13 - Nagpur
- 2nd Test - Feb 17-21 - Delhi
- 3rd Test - Mar 1-5 - Dharmshala
- 4th Test - March 9-13 - Ahmedabad
- 1st ODI - March 17 - Mumbai
- 2nd ODI - March 19 - Vishakhapatnam
- 3rd ODI - March 22 - Chennai
IPL and World Test Championship break
July-August 2023: West Indies vs India Test, ODI, and T20I series (Away)
India and West Indies are slated to play two Test matches, three ODIs, and as many T20I games. The schedule for the series has not been announced yet.
September 2023: Asia Cup (Pakistan)
October 2023: India vs Australia (Away)
India and Australia are slated to play a three-match ODI series to prepare for the ICC Cricket World Cup.
October-November 2023: ICC ODI World Cup
The 50-over World Cup is scheduled to be played in India in October-November.
December 2023: India vs South Africa (Away)
India will travel to South Africa for a Test, ODI, and T20I series in December 2023. It will be their last tour of the year.