Cricket Schedule 2011
Calender year 2011 would be important for all the teams of ICC as it will feature very important series. We have put list of upcoming cricket series or tournament in the year 2011 with detailed description and information. In some countries like India and South Asian countries, cricket is like religion and it is followed by more than one billion cricket fans. For ensuring fair tour for all teams, ICC has released FTP (Future Tour Program). It provide framework to respective board to prepare their plans in advance with other nations on the basis of pre-determined series tour Itinerary. Below list provides full timetable schedule for each country.
No Current / Future Series available in the year 2011.
Month Series Details Host
Nov-Feb 2011 The Ashes 2010 (5 Test, 2 T20 and 7 ODI matches) Australia
Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
April 2011 Australia tour of Bangladesh 2011 (3 ODI matches) Bangladesh
Aug-Sep 2011 Sri Lanka vs Australia 2011 (2 Twenty20, 3 Test and 5 ODI matches) Sri Lanka
Oct-Nov 2011 South Africa vs Australia 2011 (2 Twenty20, 3 ODI and 2 Test matches) South Africa
December 2011 New Zealand tour of Australia 2011 (2 Test Matches) Australia
Dec-Feb 2012 India tour of Australia 2011 (4 Test and 2 Twenty20 matches) Australia

February 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
April 2011 Australia tour of Bangladesh 2011 (3 ODI matches) Bangladesh
Jul-Aug 2011 Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011 (1 Test and 5 ODI Matches) Zimbabwe
October 2011 West Indies tour of Bangladesh 2011 (1 Twenty, 3 ODI and 2 Test matches) Bangladesh
November 2011 Pakistan tour of Bangladesh 2011 (1 Twenty20, 3 ODI and 2 Test Matches) Bangladesh

Nov-Feb 2011 The Ashes 2010 (5 Test, 2 T20 and 7 ODI matches) Australia
Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
May-Jul 2011 Sri Lanka tour of England 2011 (3 Test, 1 T20 and 5 ODI matches) England
Jul-Sep 2011 India tour of England 2011 (4 Test, 1 T20 and 5 ODI matches) England
September 2011 West Indies tour of England 2011 (2 Twenty20 International matches) England
October 2011 England tour of India 2011 (5 ODI and 1 T20 match) India

Dec-Jan 2011 India tour of South Africa 2010-11 (3 Test, 1 T20 and 5 ODI matches) South Africa
Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
Jun-Jul 2011 India tour of West Indies 2011 (1 T20, 5 ODI and 3 Test matches) West Indies
Jul-Sep 2011 India tour of England 2011 (4 Test, 1 T20 and 5 ODI matches) England
October 2011 England tour of India 2011 (5 ODI and 1 T20 match) India
Nov-Dec 2011 India vs West Indies 2011 (3 Test and 5 ODI matches) India
Dec-Feb 2012 India tour of Australia 2011 (4 Test and 2 Twenty20 matches) Australia

Dec-Feb 2011 Pakistan tour of New Zealand 2010-11 (3 T20, 2 Test and 6 ODI matches) New Zealand
Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
Oct-Nov 2011 New Zealand tour of Zimbabwe 2011 (1 Test, 3 ODI and 2 Twenty20 International) Zimbabwe
December 2011 New Zealand tour of Australia 2011 (2 Test Matches) Australia

Dec-Feb 2011 Pakistan tour of New Zealand 2010-11 (3 T20, 2 Test and 6 ODI matches) New Zealand
Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
Apr-May 2011 Pakistan vs West Indies 2011 (1 T20, 5 ODI and 2 Test matches) West Indies
May 2011 Pakistan tour of Ireland 2011 (2 ODI matches) Ireland
September 2011 Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe 2011 (1 Test, 3 ODI and 2 Twenty20 Matches) Zimbabwe
Oct-Nov 2011 Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2011 (3 Test, 5 ODI Matches and 1 Twenty20) UAE
Nov-Dec 2011 Pakistan tour of Bangladesh 2011 (1 Twenty20, 3 ODI and 2 Test Matches) Bangladesh

Dec-Jan 2011 India tour of South Africa 2010-11 (3 Test, 1 T20 and 5 ODI matches) South Africa
Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
Oct-Nov 2011 South Africa vs Australia 2011 (2 Twenty20, 3 ODI and 2 Test matches) South Africa
Dec-Jan 2012 Sri Lanka tour of South Africa 2011 (3 Test and 5 ODI Matches) South Africa

Nov-Dec 2010 West Indies tour of Sri Lanka 2010 (3 Test and 5 ODI) Sri Lanka
Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
May-Jul 2011 Sri Lanka tour of England 2011 (3 Test, 1 T20 and 5 ODI matches) England
July 2011 Scotland Tri Series 2011 (3 ODI matches) Scotland
Aug-Sep 2011 Sri Lanka vs Australia 2011 (2 Twenty20, 3 Test and 5 ODI matches) Sri Lanka
Oct-Nov 2011 Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 2011 (3 Test, 5 ODI Matches and 1 Twenty20) UAE
Dec-Jan 2012 Sri Lanka tour of South Africa 2011 (3 Test and 5 ODI Matches) South Africa

Nov-Dec 2010 West Indies tour of Sri Lanka 2010 (3 Test and 5 ODI) Sri Lanka
Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
Apr-May 2011 Pakistan vs West Indies 2011 (1 T20, 5 ODI and 2 Test matches) West Indies
Jun-Jul 2011 India tour of West Indies 2011 (1 T20, 5 ODI and 3 Test matches) West Indies
September 2011 West Indies tour of England 2011 (2 Twenty20 International matches) England
Oct-Nov 2011 West Indies tour of Bangladesh 2011 (1 Twenty, 3 ODI and 2 Test matches) Bangladesh
Nov-Dec 2011 India vs West Indies 2011 (3 Test and 5 ODI matches) India

Feb-Apr 2011 ICC World Cup 2011 (42 League Matches, 4 QFs, 2 Semi Finals and one Final match) India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
Jul-Aug 2011 Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011 (1 Test and 5 ODI Matches) Zimbabwe
September 2011 Pakistan tour of Zimbabwe 2011 (1 Test, 3 ODI and 2 Twenty20 Matches) Zimbabwe
Oct-Nov 2011 New Zealand tour of Zimbabwe 2011 (1 Test, 3 ODI and 2 Twenty20 International) Zimbabwe

Cricket Schedule 2011
2011 promises to provide the best of the cricketing action. Although there's no Asia Cup or T20 World Cup or Champions Trophy, the year begins with the high-profile most anticipated World Cup, which will be jointly hosted by India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. It will be the only multi-nation cricket tournament that finds a place in this year's cricketing calendar. To be held during February and March, the cricketing fraternity is looking forward to it for some tuff and exciting encounter. Being held in the subcontinent this time, the teams of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh surely have an upper hand.

After the termination of the mega tournament, individual cricketing nations would go about embarking on various tours, while others will be engaged hosting them. It all begins with Indian's tour to the West Indies, followed by the biggest contest of this year - India's tour of England. Both have showed great form in recent times, and it's expected that the contest will be even. The battle of Test supremacy between these nations will be a hard fought one, as no one is willing to wilt away their current position and Test stature. The tour would begin during the later part of July, and continue up to October. In between, there will be 4 Test Matches, one T20 International and 5 ODIs.

Later this year, England would embark on their trip to India, which will begin during October and would comprise 5ODIs and one T20 International. But India's tryst with touring will not be over, as the ambitious Tour Down Under awaits them in the month of December. They will have to face a confident and new Australian side, under a new captain, with the determination of salvaging lost pride. It promises to be a cracker of a contest.

Australia also has a packed Cricket Schedule 2011, with tours to Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Pakistan will also face some stiff challenge when they would tour West Indies. Later this year, Sri Lanka would visit Pakistan for a Test Series; although, Sri Lanka would have to tour England after their World Cup campaign. In December, Sri Lanka would engage in a tour to South Africa, playing 3 Tests and 5 ODIs. New Zealand will face their neighbors Australia for 2 Tests, during the month of November. The month of October will see West Indies facing minnows Bangladesh for 2 Tests and 3 ODIs.