The Test match against India and England will be played from August 13-16 and it will be the first time that the two sides have played the longest format of the game against each other since 2006.
On that occasion, India won a two-Test series 1-0, securing a thrilling five-wicket victory in the second match at Taunton with just four balls to spare on the final day.
The Test is a part of an itinerary that will also include three one-day internationals on August 21 and 23 at Scarborough Cricket Club and on August 25 at Lord's.
Clare Conner, the head of women's cricket for the ECB, said: “The recent Women's Ashes Test in Perth was a wonderful demonstration of women's cricket at its best, and I expect a similarly tight contest when England take on India at Wormsley in August.”

 13-16 August - England vs India, Test, Wormsley
21 August - England Women vs India, ODI, Scarborough
23 August - England Women vs India, ODI, Scarborough
25 August - England Women vs India, ODI, Lord's.


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