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India vs England, 2016: Have you seen them yet? WAGs of England cricketers

England cricket team are touring India for five-match Test series followed by the limited over series in 2017.

By: Express Web Desk |
Updated: November 12, 2016 2:42:52 pm
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The England cricket team is on a 50-day tour of India for a five-match Test series that will end on December 20. Before this series, England were in Bangladesh for a three-match one-day international series and two-match Test series.

On such a long tour to the sub-continent, the cricketers have been with the wives and girlfriends and been spending time with their loved ones. Even in the past, you could see the England players with WAGs on international tours.

England are currently playing the first Test in Rajkot. The match began on November 9 and will continue till November 13. The team will then head to Visakhapatnam for the second Test that begins on November 17. The third Test of the series will be held in Mohali from November 26. For the final two Tests, England will travel to south of India. Fourth Test will be held in Mumbai from December 8 while the fifth and final Test will be held in Chennai from December 16.

Here are England cricketers with their WAGs:


England fast bowler Chris Woakes with his wife


England all-rounder Ben Stokes with his wife in England


England pacer James Anderson with his family


Ben Stokes’ wife with their son and daughter


England star batsman Joe Root with his girlfriend

(All the photos have been taken from the Instagram accounts of the respective cricketers)

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