SLC: Sri Lanka Men’s Team FTP 2024

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The Sri Lanka National Team will commence its 2024 international cricket calendar with a home series against Zimbabwe in January, which will consist of three ODIs and three T20i series.

It would be followed by a series against Afghanistan during the January-February period, consisting of one test match, three ODIs, and three T20Is.

Then, the Sri Lanka national team will head to Bangladesh for an all-format tour before heading to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024, which will be played in West Indies and USA.

India, New Zealand, and the West Indies are also expected to arrive in the country for tours under the FTP during 2024.

The National Team will play England in a three match test series in England during mid-year, while the 2024 season will end with tours to South Africa and New Zealand.

‘’We are heading into a highly exciting year with a lot of international cricket to be played, which augurs well for us, as our team will be engaged in competitive cricket year around,” said Mr. Ashley De Silva, CEO of Sri Lanka Cricket.

The 2024 calendar is expected to give our players a lot of playing opportunities, fans entertainment, and our sponsors great exposure,” added De Silva. 

Men’s Future Tours Program 2024


Tour   Month Test ODI T20I
Zimbabwe Home January   3 3
Afghanistan Home January – February 1 3 3
Bangladesh Away February – March 2 3 3
ICC T20 World


Away June – July      
India Home July – August   3 3
England Away August – September 3    
New Zealand Home September 2    
West Indies Home October   3 3
New Zealand Home November   3 3
South Africa Away November – December 2    
New Zealand Away December – January   3 3


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