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West Indies cricket team to tour India in October, November 2013

Mumbai, Sept 6 (IBNS) The West Indies cricket team will tour India in October-November, said the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The tour will comprise a warm-up three-day game, two Tests and three ODIs, to be played between Oct 31 and Nov 27.

The dates and venues of the matches will be announced shortly.



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