The IPL kicks off on March 31 and the final is scheduled for May 28, while the WTC decider begins at The Oval on June 7.
Rohit Sharma's India clinched the Test series against Australia 2-1 after the fourth match ended in a draw at the world's biggest cricket stadium in Ahmedabad on Monday.
Rohit Sharma on Wednesday angrily dismissed suggestions his India side had become overconfident, calling the criticism from former head coach Ravi Shastri "absolutely rubbish".
It reflects a wider, and not wholly unpopular, trend globally as five-day stalemates have given way to three days of frenetic action with a guaranteed outcome.
India, who lead the four-Test series 2-1, were bundled out for 109 and 169 on a rank turner at Indore's Holkar Cricket Stadium where 30 wickets fell in the first two days of the low-scoring contest
The hosts took a commanding first-innings lead of 223 in Nagpur and then bowled out Australia for 91 in the second session to take a 1-0 lead in the four-match series.
India were 321-7 at stumps with all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja proving his worth for the second straight day of his international return with an unbeaten 66.
Jadeja returned figures of 5-47 and fellow spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took three wickets to bowl out Australia for 177 in the final session on a turning Nagpur pitch.
India captain Rohit Sharma said he withdrew a 'Mankad' run-out appeal against Dasun Shanaka in Tuesday's one-day international as that was not how they envisioned dismissing the Sri Lankan skipper, who scored a century in a game his team could not win.
India skipper Rohit Sharma said on Saturday his side's month-long tour of Bangladesh will be "no cakewalk", with several veterans returning to bolster the tourists' ranks after a lacklustre run abroad.
India need to appoint a new Twenty20 captain and follow England's template to revive their fortunes in that format, former head coach Ravi Shastri said on Thursday.
A high-octane clash is on the cards as India take on England in the second semi-final of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup in Adelaide on Thursday.
Skipper Rohit Sharma says beating England in their back yard just a few months ago gives his India team confidence they can do it again in their Twenty20 World Cup semi-final on Thursday.
Indian team on Tuesday morning suffered a massive scare as captain Rohit Sharma sustained a powerful blow on his forearm during an optional session ahead of India's T20 World Cup semifinal against England on Thursday.
Indian captain Rohit Sharma and top order batters Virat Kohli and KL Rahul have been rested for the white ball tour of New Zealand next month but the trio will return for the following Bangladesh series, Indian selector Chetan Sharma said on Monday.
Skipper Rohit Sharma said on Saturday that his India team are relishing the "challenge" of facing arch-rivals Pakistan in their opening match of the Twenty20 World Cup.
Improving India's bowling remains the team's focus ahead of the Twenty20 World Cup next month, skipper Rohit Sharma has said, adding that he backs seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar to come out of a recent slump.
India captain Rohit Sharma, ahead of the T20I series against Australia, has made it clear that Virat Kohli will be India's third opener in the upcoming T20 World Cup.
There was a certain exhaustion to Rohit Sharma’s face as he came in for the press conference yesterday after his side’s second successive defeat in the 2022 Asia Cup, leave them almost out of the tournament.