The opening batsman, who replaced Jason Holder as red-ball skipper of the Windies last month, will head to Britain at the end of his country's ongoing second Test against Sri Lanka, scheduled to finish on Friday.
Bob Willis Trophy match between Gloucestershire and Northamptonshire called off after member tests COVID-19 positive
Umpire Jeremy Lloyds lifted a stump to signify the end of the Bob Willis Trophy match and a statement from both counties confirmed the abandonment.
Pujara is one of the key players in the Indian Test team, providing solidity to the batting line-up with his technique. His stint will be from 12 April to 22 May.
India fast bowler Umesh Yadav feels less workload with less game-time is worrying as he eyes prolonged county stint
A part of India's fearsome pace quartet, Umesh does not feature in the white-ball set-up now, and wants a bit of clarity from selectors as to how his game time can increase.
The outline bid for the Rovers stadium designed by Zaha Hadid Architects was accepted by the Stroud District Council in Gloucestershire
Alan Wilkins opens up on life as sports broadcaster, dismissing Viv Richards and narrating Sachin Tendulkar's dismissal in farewell Test
The power of the spoken word is such that it stays within our veins for a time immemorial. The responsibility is so huge that a word here or there can cause storm, especially in sports where fans are very closely attached to their heroes and teams.
Ordinary is not a word one uses to describe Prithvi Shaw and in his last run in Under-19 international cricket, he will look to leave an extraordinary legacy.
Ashwin walked off to a standing ovation from the crowd at New Road, Worcester after Gloucestershire were dismissed for 211.
Ravichandran Ashwin confirmed to play alongside Cheteshwar Pujara, Ishant Sharma in English county cricket
Worcestershire, the second placed team in division two, will face Nottinghamshire on 5 September that might see Indian teammates Ashwin and Pujara square off against each other.
Cheteshwar Pujara, playing only the second game of his brief county stint, reached the three figures in 174 balls with 13 fours on day one of the match against Gloucestershire.
Gambhir reached 90's with a four and a big six off medium pacer Benny Howell. Gambhir's footwork was assured from the start and he played both new ball bowlers Payne and Will Gidman with ease.