England to play Windies, South Africa, Australia

Updated: 28 September 2011 17:55 IST

England's summer cricket season in 2012 will feature full tours from the West Indies and South Africa, as well as a visit from Australia's limited-overs side.

England to play Windies, South Africa, Australia
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England's summer cricket season in 2012 will feature full tours from the West Indies and South Africa, as well as a visit from Australia's limited-overs side.

England will begin with a three-match Test series against the West Indies at Lord's on May 17, followed by three One-Day Internationals and a Twenty20 match.

Australia's top-ranked team then arrives for a five-match series between June 29 and July 10 before South Africa's arrival sets up a series between the world's top-two Test teams.

England and South Africa play a three-Test series at the Oval from July 19 before five One-Day Internationals and a series of Twenty20 matches, which finish on Sept. 12.

England will also play Scotland in a One-Day International on August 12.

Topics : Cricket Chris Gayle England Graeme Swann Andrew Strauss Darren Sammy West Indies Australia Eoin Morgan
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