London: England and West Indies have increased the number of matches they will play in the Caribbean next year.
The sides will meet in five Twenty20s - increased from three - in January 2022.
England will then return to play in three Tests - instead of the two originally scheduled - in March.
The five T20s will be played between 28 January and 5 February, with the Test series beginning on 8 March.
The venues for both series are expected to be announced next month.
The Test series will see the sides compete for the Richards-Botham Trophy, named in honour of West Indies batsman Sir Vivian Richards and England all-rounder Sir Ian Botham, for the first time.
After international cricket was halted last year by the coronavirus pandemic, the sport returned when England hosted a West Indies touring side in three Tests last summer.
It was the first Test series to be played behind closed doors and in a bio-secure environment, with England winning the 2-1.
January 28: 1st T20I
January 30: 2nd T20I
February 2: 3rd T20I
February 4: 4th T20I
February 5: 5th T20I
March 1 to March 4: warm-up match
March 8 to March 12: 1st Test
March 16 to March 20: 2nd Test
March 24 to March 28: 3rd Test