Lord’s International Summer 2024 timetable has been released

SPORT. ~ Men’s international cricket will be released at Lord’s on July 10 with the opening match of a three-game Test series between England and West Indies. This match will mark the start of the international summer at Lord’s. West Indies will be making their first trip to St. John’s Wood for a Test match since 2017, and they will be hungry to avenge the nine-wicket defeat England handed them on their previous trip there in 2017. On Wednesday 17 July, just after the first Men’s Test match of the summer, there will be a Women’s International Twenty20 match between England and New Zealand. Both teams are currently preparing for the ICC Women’s Twenty20 World Cup, to be held in Bangladesh later this year. In August, all eyes will be on the Sri Lankan side who are currently on tour as on August 29 the second men’s Test match in a three-match series kicks off at Lord’s. In 2016, on Sri Lanka’s penultimate test match tour, they drew with England. This game will be remembered for the incredible unbeaten 167 that Jonny Bairstow scored in this game.

On Friday 27th September we will end another glorious summer of cricket as the Australian men return to Lord’s to take on England in the fourth of five One Day Internationals. “We are delighted to welcome touring teams from across the cricketing world to Lord’s next year,” said Guy Lavender, MCC Chief Executive and Secretary. “We are delighted to welcome tour teams from all over the cricketing world.” Because each of these countries has an important history associated with Earth, it is only fitting that we give them a warm welcome throughout the international summer.

Today’s announcement confirms that we will be hosting women’s international cricket for the fourth consecutive year starting next season. It comes as we hope to score a record assist treble at Lord’s this coming Saturday for the Women’s International Twenty20 match between England and Australia. It is wonderful that we are able to include international matches in a schedule that also includes women’s cricket competitions at regional, recreational and junior levels.

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