The 2021 edition of the Caribbean T20 League will kick off on August 28 and the final of the tournament will be played on September 19. The tournament will follow the same routine like they did in the previous year. It will be held in a bio-bubble and all matches will be played at Warner Park in St. Kitts and Nevis. Last year, Trinidad hosted all matches and we saw low-scoring games due to its slow surface. Pollard’s Trinidad & Tobago is the defending champions of the tournament. His side won all matches of the season to clinch the title.
"It is really exciting to have the tournament window for 2021 confirmed and I would like to thank St Kitts & Nevis government for agreeing to host this year's event. We would also like to extend our thanks to Cricket West Indies for helping us create this window in a busy summer of cricket for them. We are looking forward to once again successfully staging the league in 2021”, Pete Russell, COO of the tournament said.
This summer is going to be a busy summer for West Indies. They will host South Africa, Australia and Pakistan for 15 T20Is, 3 ODIs, 4 Tests.