We’re delighted to announce that England have agreed to stay on at the conclusion of the second Test and provide the opposition for our inaugural Twenty20 International. We’ll then be heading to India for an extensive tour consisting of three T20Is and two Tests. They’ll be one warm-up fixture in each format. A spin-bowling camp will run parallel with attendees to be named in due course. After that it’s onto Australia for two more Tests but only one T20I. Again, they’ll be warm-up fixtures in each form of the game. Following that we’ll host Zimbabwe for one T20I and our first ever ODIs in a three-match series before playing one Test. To alleviate strain on Stade de France Cricket in Bretagne, construction on a second national stadium, to be built in Corsica, will begin shortly.
Our squad for our first ever T20I to be played against England at the Stade de France Cricket is as follows:
Jean-Luc Chevalier (Vice-captain)
Marwan Leroy (Wicketkeeper)
Xavier Le Tallec (Captain)
Phillipe La Roux