The Windsor Park ground in Dominica is set to become Test cricket’s newest venue when it hosts the third Test between the West Indies and India in July 2011.
The West Indies are set for a packed summer schedule which also includes the visit of India’s rivals Pakistan for two Tests, five One-Day Internationals and a Twenty20 International before India arrive for three Tests, five ODIs and a T20 International.
Pakistan’s tour begins with the Twenty20 game in Saint Lucia on 21st April before the ODI series visits Saint Lucia, Barbados and Guyana, where the first of the two Tests is held. The final Test will be played in Saint Kitts.
India begin their tour in Trinidad for the T20 and the first two ODIs before the series moves on to Antigua, Jamaica with the Tests being held in Jamaica, Trinidad and finally Dominica.
Windsor Park first hosted international cricket when Bangladesh played two ODIs there in 2009.