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2021-23 ICC World Test Championship

Date & time Detail
Aug-2021
Wed 04 - Sun 08
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
Thu 12 - Sun 15
10:00 local | 15:00 GMT
1st Test - West Indies v Pakistan
Sabina Park, Jamaica
West Indies won by 1 wicket
Thu 12 - Mon 16
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
2nd Test - England v India
Lord's, London
India won by 151 runs
Fri 20 - Tue 24
10:00 local | 15:00 GMT
2nd Test - West Indies v Pakistan
Sabina Park, Jamaica
Pakistan won by 109 runs
Wed 25 - Sat 28
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
3rd Test - England v India
Headingley, Leeds
England won by an innings and 76 runs
Sep-2021
Thu 02 - Mon 06
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
4th Test - England v India
Kennington Oval, London
India won by 157 runs
Fri 10 - Tue 14
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
5th Test - England v India
Old Trafford, Manchester
Match cancelled without a ball bowled
Nov-2021
Sun 21 - Thu 25
10:00 local | 04:30 GMT
Thu 25 - Mon 29
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Fri 26 - Tue 30
09:30 local | 03:30 GMT
Mon 29 - Fri 03
10:00 local | 04:30 GMT
Dec-2021
Fri 03 - Tue 07
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Sat 04 - Wed 08
09:30 local | 03:30 GMT
Wed 08 - Sun 12
10:00 local | 00:00 GMT
1st Test - Australia v England
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane
Thu 16 - Mon 20 D/N
13:30 local | 04:00 GMT
2nd Test - Australia v England
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Fri 17 - Tue 21
10:00 local | 08:00 GMT
1st Test - South Africa v India
The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
Sun 26 - Thu 30
10:00 local | 08:00 GMT
2nd Test - South Africa v India
SuperSport Park, Centurion
Sun 26 - Thu 30
10:30 local | 23:30 GMT
3rd Test - Australia v England
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Jan-2022
Mon 03 - Fri 07
10:00 local | 08:00 GMT
3rd Test - South Africa v India
Newlands, Cape Town
Wed 05 - Sun 09
10:30 local | 23:30 GMT
4th Test - Australia v England
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Fri 14 - Tue 18
10:30 local | 02:30 GMT
5th Test - Australia v England
Perth Stadium, Perth
Feb-2022
Fri 25 - Tue 01
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
1st Test - India v Sri Lanka
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
Mar-2022
Sat 05 - Wed 09
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
2nd Test - India v Sri Lanka
Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Chandigarh
Tue 08 - Sat 12
1st Test - West Indies v England
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua
Wed 16 - Sun 20
2nd Test - West Indies v England
Kensington Oval, Barbados
Thu 24 - Mon 28
3rd Test - West Indies v England
National Cricket Stadium, Grenada
Wed 30 - Sun 03
10:00 local | 08:00 GMT
1st Test - South Africa v Bangladesh
TBD
Apr-2022
Thu 07 - Mon 11
10:00 local | 08:00 GMT
2nd Test - South Africa v Bangladesh
TBD
Jun-2022
Thu 02 - Mon 06
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
1st Test - England v New Zealand
Lord's, London
Fri 10 - Tue 14
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
2nd Test - England v New Zealand
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Thu 23 - Mon 27
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
3rd Test - England v New Zealand
Headingley, Leeds
Aug-2022
Wed 17 - Sun 21
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
1st Test - England v South Africa
Lord's, London
Thu 25 - Mon 29
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
2nd Test - England v South Africa
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Sep-2022
Thu 08 - Mon 12
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
3rd Test - England v South Africa
Kennington Oval, London

The 2021-2023 ICC World Test Championship is the second edition of the ICC World Test Championship of Test cricket. The World Test Championship is scheduled to run from 4 August 2021 to 31 March 2023. The venue for the final will be announced later. New Zealand are the defending champions.

The five-match Pataudi Trophy between England and India starting 4 August 2021 began the second cycle of the World Test Championship. That series along with the Ashes, in December 2021, will be the only two series comprising five Tests in the second WTC series.

The tournament will be played over two years, with 69 matches over 27 series. Each team is scheduled to play six series, with three at home and three away. Each series will consist of two to five Test matches. Each participant will play between 13 and 22 matches.

The nine full members of the ICC who will participate are:
Australia
Bangladesh
England
India
New Zealand
Pakistan
South Africa
Sri Lanka
West Indies


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