Chris Gayle is in line to play his 100th Test at his home ground in Jamaica after the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) revealed the fixtures and venues for home series with Bangladesh and New Zealand.
New Zealand will tour the Caribbean to play three Tests and two Twenty20 Internationals between 8th June and 6th July.
They will start with the first Test at Sabina Park, where Gayle's 100th Test will be celebrated, before moving on to Trinidad and Guyana with Dominica hosting both Twenty20 games.
Gayle would have played his landmark Test in New Zealand had he not torn a hamstring during an ODI series in India in November.
In August and September, Bangladesh arrive to play three One-Day Internationals, a single Twenty20 International and two Test matches.
Grenada, St Kitts, St Vincent and St Lucia will host those matches which conclude West Indies' international summer.
West Indies v New Zealand
8th-12th June: 1st Test, Jamaica
16th-20th June: 2nd Test, Trinidad
26th-30th June: 3rd Test, Guyana
5th July: 1st T20I, Dominica
6th July: 2nd T20I, Dominica
West Indies v Bangladesh
20th August: 1st ODI, Grenada
22nd August: 2nd ODI, Grenada
25th August: 3rd ODI, St Kitts (day/night)
27th August: T20I, St Kitts
5th-9th September: 1st Test, St Vincent
13th-17th September: 2nd Test, St Lucia
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