Here is the full schedule for England cricket team in 2020
England v West Indies Test series
Thu 4 -Mon 8 June – 1st Test v West Indies Kia Oval
Fri 12-Tue 16 June – 2nd Test v West Indies Edgbaston
Thu 25-Mon 29 June – 3rd Test v West Indies Lord’s
England v Australia T20I series
Fri 3 July – 1st IT20 v Australia Emirates Riverside, Durham
Sun 5 July – 2nd IT20 v Australia Emirates Old Trafford
Tue 7 July – 3rd IT20 v Australia Emerald Headingley
England v Australia ODI series
Sat 11 July – 1st ODI v Australia Lord’s 1pm
Tue 14 July – 2nd ODI v Australia Ageas Bowl 1pm
Thu 16 July – 3rd ODI v Australia Bristol County Ground, Bristol 1pm
England v Pakistan Test series
Thu 30 July-Mon 3 Aug – 1st Test v Pakistan Lord’s 11am
Fri 7-Tue 11 Aug – 2nd Test v Pakistan Emirates Old Trafford 11am
Thu 20-Mon 24 Aug – 3rd Test v Pakistan Trent Bridge 11am
England v Pakistan T20I series
Sat 29 Aug – 1st IT20 v Pakistan Emerald Headingley 5pm
Mon 31 Aug – 2nd IT20 v Pakistan Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 2.30pm
Wed 2 Sept – 3rd IT20 v Pakistan Ageas Bowl 6.30pm
England v Ireland ODI series
Thu 10 Sept – 1st ODI v Ireland Trent Bridge 12.30pm
Sat 12 Sept – 2nd ODI v Ireland Edgbaston 12.30pm
Tue 15 Sept – 3rd ODI v Ireland Kia Oval 12.30pm
Fixtures for India tour of England are yet to be announced.
September-October 2020, England tour of India 2020 (3 ODIs and 3 T20s)
Confirming the schedule, ECB Chief Executive Officer Tom Harrison said: “The ICC World Test Championship will add significance and context to the Test Series against West Indies and Pakistan. Where every Test matters, there will be lots of points to play for as England continue their efforts to reach the inaugural World Test Championship final in June 2021.
“Alongside the red ball matches, England’s ODI contests against Australia and Ireland will see the World Champions return to home soil with big crowds expected at all venues.
“With further interest in IT20 cricket, the six matches against Australia and the world number one side Pakistan will offer a fascinating guide to form ahead of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia during the autumn of 2020.
“Following a once-in-a-generation summer which has seen exceptional demand for tickets, all men’s international host venues will be running ticket ballots.
“We would urge fans to register their interest now and plan for another big summer of cricket.”