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Explore all the information on 2019-21 ICC World Test Championship played from 1 August 2019-14 June 2021 between nine top Test nation countries.

2019-21 ICC World Test Championship

Date & time Detail
Aug-2019
Thu 01 - Mon 05
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
1st Test - England v Australia
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Australia won by 251 runs
Wed 14 - Sun 18
10:00 local | 04:30 GMT
Wed 14 - Sun 18
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
Thu 22 - Sun 25
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
3rd Test - England v Australia
Headingley, Leeds
England won by 1 wicket
Thu 22 - Sun 25
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
Thu 22 - Mon 26
10:00 local | 04:30 GMT
2nd Test - Sri Lanka v New Zealand
P Sara Oval, Colombo
New Zealand won by an innings and 65 runs
Fri 30 - Mon 02
09:30 local | 14:30 GMT
2nd Test - West Indies v India
Sabina Park, Jamaica
India won by 257 runs
Sep-2019
Wed 04 - Sun 08
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
4th Test - England v Australia
Old Trafford, Manchester
Australia won by 185 runs
Thu 12 - Sun 15
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
5th Test - England v Australia
Kennington Oval, London
England won by 135 runs
Oct-2019
Wed 02 - Sun 06
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Thu 10 - Sun 13
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Sat 19 - Fri 23
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
3rd Test - India v South Africa
JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi
Nov-2019
Thu 14 - Mon 18
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
1st Test - India v Bangladesh
Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
Thu 21 - Mon 25
10:00 local | 00:00 GMT
1st Test - Australia v Pakistan
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane
Thu 21 - Mon 25
11:00 local | 22:00 GMT
1st Test - New Zealand v England
Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
Fri 22 - Tue 26
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
2nd Test - India v Bangladesh
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Fri 29 - Tue 03 D/N
14:00 local | 03:30 GMT
2nd Test - Australia v Pakistan
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Fri 29 - Tue 03
11:00 local | 22:00 GMT
2nd Test - New Zealand v England
Seddon Park, Hamilton
Dec-2019
Thu 12 - Mon 16 D/N
13:00 local | 05:00 GMT
1st Test - Australia v New Zealand
Perth Stadium, Perth
Thu 26 - Mon 30
11:00 local | 00:00 GMT
2nd Test - Australia v New Zealand
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Thu 26 - Mon 30
10:30 local | 08:30 GMT
1st Test - South Africa v England
SuperSport Park, Centurion
Jan-2020
Fri 03 - Tue 07
11:00 local | 00:00 GMT
3rd Test - Australia v New Zealand
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Fri 03 - Tue 07
10:30 local | 08:30 GMT
2nd Test - South Africa v England
Newlands, Cape Town
Thu 16 - Mon 20
10:30 local | 08:30 GMT
3rd Test - South Africa v England
St George's Park, Port Elizabeth
Fri 24 - Tue 28
10:03 local | 08:30 GMT
4th Test - South Africa v England
The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
Feb-2020
Fri 21 - Wed 25
11:30 local | 22:30 GMT
1st Test - New Zealand v India
Basin Reserve, Wellington
Sat 29 - Wed 04
11:30 local | 22:30 GMT
2nd Test - New Zealand v India
Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Jun-2020
Thu 04 - Mon 08
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
1st Test - England v West Indies
Kennington Oval, London
Fri 12 - Tue 16
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
2nd Test - England v West Indies
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Thu 25 - Mon 29
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
3rd Test - England v West Indies
Lord's, London
Jul-2020
Thu 30 - Mon 03
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
1st Test - England v Pakistan
Lord's, London
Aug-2020
Fri 07 - Tue 11
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
2nd Test - England v Pakistan
Old Trafford, Manchester
Thu 20 - Mon 24
11:00 local | 10:00 GMT
3rd Test - England v Pakistan
Trent Bridge, Nottingham

The 2019-21 ICC World Test Championship is the inaugural edition of the ICC World Test Championship of Test cricket. It started from 1 August 2019 with the first Test of the 2019 Ashes series, and finish with a final at Lord's in England in June 2021. In case of a draw or a tie in the final, two teams playing the final will be declared as joint champions of the ICC World Test championship.

It has been 22 years since Ali Bacher, the then United Cricket Board of South Africa supremo, Clive Lloyd and Arif Ali Abbasi, former Pakistan Cricket Board CEO, had proposed the idea of a 'Test World Cup'. There were a couple more attempts made to hold such an event, but it fell through due to various reasons and following two cancelled attempts to hold the inaugural competition in 2013 and 2017.

It features top nine of the twelve Test playing nations, each of whom will play a Test series against six of the other eight teams.

In terms of player uniforms, all players will adopt a squad number that is the same as their ODI and Twenty20I numbers, with players that specializes in Test cricket also being assigned a squad number.


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