According to the proposed 2019-2023 Future Tours Program (FTP), India is planned to play three ODIs against Afghanistan in mid 2022. Afghanistan doesn’t figure in the proposed 2018-19 program. The above proposition will be finished at an ICC meeting in February 2019.
“We require just five days for a Test coordinate against Afghanistan. The administration might be additionally pushing for it. There are some extra days and the irregular Test can be effortlessly orchestrated,” said an office-conveyor of a BCCI-part affiliation.
After India’s full arrangement in South Africa and England in 2018, it has been proposed to play a home arrangement against South Africa (October-November, 3 Tests, 5 ODIs, 1 T20I). India will then visit Australia (4 Tests) and New Zealand (5 ODIs, 3 T20Is) in November-January 2019 took after by home arrangement against Australia (5 ODIs, 2 T20Is) and Zimbabwe (1 Test, 3 ODIs) in February-March 2019.
After the ICC World Cup in England in June-July, India begins with an arrangement in the West Indies (2 Tests, 3 ODIs, 3T20Is). From that point, there will be a long home season against South Africa (3 Tests), West Indies (3 ODIs, 3 T20Is), Bangladesh (2 Tests, 3 T20Is), Australia (5 ODIs, 1 T0I) and again South Africa (3 ODIs, 3 T20Is). In the middle of the Australia and South Africa home installations, India is planned to visit New Zealand (2 Tests, 3 ODIs, 5 T20Is).
So the BCCI could search for some days instantly after the South Africa arrangement that closures on February 24, 2018 for the irregular Test. India is booked to partake in a T20 tri-arrangement in Sri Lanka in March 2018 and there could be a major hole before the begin of IPL season 11.