Earlier in the year, it was confirmed that India will extend their West Indies trip with two additional T20Is, from a three-match T20I series. According to Cricbuzz, India’s last two fixtures against the opposition will be played in Florida, at Lauderhill, a venue well-known for India.
In total, India are set to play two Tests, three ODIs and five T20Is in July-August against the Men in Maroon. India have previously played at the venue, with Cricket West Indies (CWI) taking full responsibility for the tour.
"That is the plan. Unless there is an unavoidable situation, the two extra games will be played in Florida, like last year," the official told Cricbuzz.
"No to USAC. The CWI is the event host with special commercial relations and arrangements for local operations at the Broward Stadium. This is very similar to how the 2024 World Cup will operate for the US matches," a CWI official said.
India’s long tour against the Windies will begin in the second week of July, where they will play Tests before a three-match ODI series and five T20Is. The report also added that India will then travel to Ireland from there for a three-match T20I series in August.