India's cricket team will be touring England over summer with five Test matches, five One Day International matches with limited overs and one Twenty20 international match on 7 September.
The Test series is played at a number of cricketing venues across the UK:
|1st Test||9-13 July||Trent Bridge|
|2nd Test||17-21 July||Lord's|
|3rd Test||27-31 July||Ageas Bowl|
|4th Test||7-11 Aug||Old Trafford|
|5th Test||15-19 Aug||Oval|
The fourth Test is taking place at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester. Old Trafford Cricket Ground has been hosting test matches since 1884, in fact it became the second English cricket ground to stage Test cricket after The Oval.
Up until 2009, Old Trafford was reputedly the wettest Test ground in the country. It is the only ground in England where two Test matches have been abandoned due to rain without a single ball being bowled.
You can check the weather forecast for other events through the Events Calendar.
7-11 August - Check the weather forecast for Old Trafford Cricket Ground before heading to Manchester for England's fourth Test against India.
Rain can prevent play at a number of domestic cricket games and can have an impact on some of the international matches.
Mick Hunt, Lord's groundsman, explains how weather impacts the sport of cricket.