India will play 19 Tests while Australia and South Africa will secure horns 15 matches. Britain will contend in 21 Tests the most by any group in the subsequent WTC cycle.

The five-match Test series among India and England starting on August 4 will begin the second pattern of the World Test Championship (WTC).

India and England will secure horns in the principal Test from August 4 while Australia will play England in five Tests in the not so distant future in Ashes.

As indicated by a report in ESPNcricinfo, these visits will be the solitary two series having five Test matches in the subsequent WTC cycle.

According to the report, Australia will visit India in 2021 for four Tests. The ICC has not yet settled on the timetable and the scene for the highest point conflict.

Groups will play three home and as numerous away series and the visits which were deferred because of the COVID-19 pandemic in the initial WTC cycle won’t be conveyed forward.

India will play 19 Tests while Australia and South Africa will secure horns 15 matches. Britain will contend in 21 Tests the most by any group in the subsequent WTC cycle.

ICC has chosen to give each Test similar number of focuses. A tie will give each group six focuses while a draw will acquire them four. 12 focuses will be given to the triumphant group for each match while one point can be deducted for delayed over rates.

“Rather than every series being worth similar number of focuses, 120, independent of whether the series is played more than two Tests or five Tests, the following cycle will see each match being worth similar number of focuses – a limit of 12 for each match,” ESPNcricinfo cited ICC’s acting CEO Geoff Allardice as saying.

“Groups will be positioned on the level of accessible focuses they won from the matches they have played.

“The point was to attempt to work on the focuses framework and to permit groups to be genuinely looked at on the table anytime, however they may have played contrasting quantities of matches and series,” he said.

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