England to play India Take a look at & host New Zealand throughout summer season

England celebrate an India wicket during their last Test


England last played India in a Test at Wormsley in 2014, which the tourists won by six wickets

England will play a one-off Test against India as part of a multi-format series in June.

Heather Knight’s side will begin the series with a four-day red ball match in Bristol from 16-19 June.

They will then face India in three one-day internationals and three Twenty20 internationals around the country.

England will end their home summer with a limited-overs series against New Zealand, comprising three T20 games and five ODIs in September.

While England play a Test every two years as part of the multi-format Women’s Ashes, India have not played one since meeting South Africa in November 2014.

India won by six wickets when the two sides last met in red-ball cricket.

“I’m so excited. When Test matches do come around, they’re massive events for us,” England captain Knight told BBC Sport.

“Some of the girls haven’t played in a Test match – there’s definitely talk about how do you best prepare for it…