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India's Tour of Sri Lanka 2021

India will play three ODIs and as many T20Is series against Sri Lanka in the Island nation, starting on July 13.

Due to the Covid, it is expected that the series will be without the spectators in the stadium. Also, the Indian cricketers will have to serve a seven-day quarantine period before they are allowed to practice inside the bio-secure environment.

Former Indian batsman Rahul Dravid will coach the Indian limited-overs team in July. 

The tour was confirmed by broadcaster Sony Network in a Tweet. 


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