Inaugural World Test Championship : August 2019 - June 2021 - Full Schedule

Who will be in the finals (Pick 2)

  • Australia

  • Bangladesh

  • England

  • India

  • New Zealand

  • Pakistan

  • South Africa

  • Sri Lanka

  • West Indies


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Announced Fixtures
1st August 2019 - :eng:England vs :aus: Australia @ Birmingham - Australia Won By 251 Runs
14th August 2019 - :sri: Sri Lanka vs :nz: New Zealand @ Galle - Sri Lanka Won By 6 Wickets
14th August 2019 - :eng: England vs :aus: Australia @ London - Match Drawn
22nd August 2019 - :sri: Sri Lanka vs :nz: New Zealand @ Colombo - New Zealand won by an innings and 65 runs
22nd August 2019 - :eng: England vs :aus: Australia @ Leeds - England won by 1 wicket
22nd August 2019 - :wi: West Indies vs :ind: India @ North Sound - India won by 318 runs
30th August 2019 - :wi: West Indies vs :ind: India @ Kingston - India won by 257 runs
4th September 2019 - :eng: England vs :aus: Australia @ Manchester - Australia Won by 185 runs.
12th September 2019 - :eng: England vs :aus: Australia @ The Oval - England won by 135 runs
2nd October 2019 - :ind: India vs :saf: South Africa @ Visakhapatnam - India won by 203 runs
10th October 2019 - :ind: India vs :saf: South Africa @ Pune - India won by by an innings and 137 runs
19th October 2019 - :ind: India vs :saf: South Africa @ Ranchi - India won by an innings and 202 runs
13th November 2019 - :ind: India vs :ban: Bangladesh @ Indore - India won by an innings and 230 runs
20th November 2019 - :aus: Australia vs :pak: Pakistan @ Brisbane - Australia won by an innings and 5 runs
21st November 2019 - :ind: India vs :ban: Bangladesh @ Kolkata - India won by an innings and 46 runs
28th November 2019 - :aus: Australia vs :pak: Pakistan @ Adelaide - Australia won by an innings and 48 runs

11th December 2019 - :pak: Pakistan vs :sri: Sri Lanka @ Rawalpindi - Match Drawn
12th December 2019 - :aus: Australia vs :nz: New Zealand @ Perth - Australia won by 296 runs
19th December 2019 - :pak: Pakistan vs :sri: Sri Lanka @ Karachi - Pakistan won by 263 runs
26th December 2019 - :aus: Australia vs :nz: New Zealand @ Melbourne - Australia won by 247 runs
26th December 2019 - :saf: South Africa vs :eng: England @ Centurion - South Africa won by 107 runs
3rd January 2020 - :aus: Australia vs :nz: New Zealand @ Sydney - Australia won by 279 runs
3rd January 2020 - :saf: South Africa vs :eng: England @ Cape Town - England won by 189 runs
16th January 2020 - :saf: South Africa vs :eng: England @ Port Elizabeth - England won by an innings and 53 runs

24th January 2020 - :saf: South Africa vs :eng: England @ Johannesburg - England won by 191 runs
7th February 2020 - :pak: Pakistan vs :ban: Bangladesh @ Rawalpindi - Pakistan won by an innings and 44 runs
21st February 2020 - :nz: New Zealand vs :ind: India @ Wellington - New Zealand won by 10 wickets
29th February 2020 - :nz: New Zealand vs :ind: India @ Christchurch - New Zealand won by 7 wickets
8th July 2020 - :eng: England vs :wi: West Indies @ Southampton - West Indies won by 4 wickets

16th July 2020 - :eng: England vs :wi: West Indies @ Manchester - England won by 113 runs
24th July 2020 - :eng: England vs :wi: West Indies @ Manchester - England won by 269 runs
5th August 2020 - :eng: England vs Pakistan @ Manchester - England won by 3 wickets
13th August 2020 - :eng:
England vs :pak: Pakistan @ Southampton - Match Drawn
21st August 2020 - :eng:England vs :pak: Pakistan @ Southampton - Match Drawn
5th December 2020 - :nz: New Zealand vs :wi: West Indies @ Hamilton - New Zealand won by an innings and 134 runs
10th December 2020 - :nz: New Zealand vs :wi: West Indies @ Wellington - New Zealand won by an innings and 12 runs
16th December 2020 - :aus: Australia vs :ind: India @ Adelaide - Australia won by 8 wickets
25th December 2020 - :aus: Australia vs :ind: India @ Melbourne - India won by 8 wickets
6th January 2021 - :aus: Australia vs :ind: India @ Sydney - Match Drawn
14th January 2021 - :aus: Australia vs :ind: India @ Brisbane - India won by 3 wickets
25th December 2020 - :nz:New Zealand vs Pakistan @ Mount Maunganui - New Zealand won by 101 runs
2nd January 2021 - :nz: New Zealand vs Pakistan @ Christchurch - New Zealand won by an innings and 176 runs
25th December 2020 - :saf: South Africa vs Sri Lanka @ Centurion - South Africa won by an innings and 45 runs
4th January 2021 - :saf: South Africa vs :sri: Sri Lanka @ Johannesburg - South Africa won by 10 wickets
13th January 2021 - :sri: Sri Lanka vs :eng: England @ Galle - England own by 7 wickets
21st January 2021 - :sri: Sri Lanka vs :eng: England @ Galle - England won by 6 wickets
26th January 2021 - :pak: Pakistan vs :saf: South Africa @ Karachi
4th February 2021 - :pak: Pakistan vs :saf: South Africa @ Rawalpindi
2nd February 2021 - :ban: Bangladesh vs :wi: West Indies @ Chattogram
10th February 2021 -:ban: Bangladesh vs :wi: West Indies @ Dhaka
4th February 2021 - :ind: India vs :eng: England @ Chennai
12th February 2021 - :ind: India vs :eng: England @ Chennai
24th February 2021 - :ind: India vs :eng: England @ Ahmedabad
3rd March 2021 - :ind: India vs :eng: England @ Ahmedabad


TeamMatchesWonLossDrawPointsRPWR
:ind: India139314301.619
:nz: New Zealand117404201.281
:aus: Australia148423321.392
:eng: England1710434121.251
:saf: South Africa93601440.682
:pak: Pakistan102531660.72
:sri: Sri Lanka8161800.586
:wi: West Indies7160400.493
:ban: Bangladesh303000.351


RPWR = Runs Per Wicket Ratio
If two teams are tied on points, the team that won more series shall be ranked higher. If teams are still equal, then the team with the higher runs per wicket ratio shall be ranked higher. The runs per wicket ratio is calculated as runs scored per wicket lost, divided by, runs conceded per wicket taken.

Most Runs

1. Marnus Labuschagne - 1675 runs @ 72.82
2. Steve Smith - 1341 runs @ 63.85
3. Joe Root - 1292runs @ 47.85

Most Wickets


1. Pat Cummins - 70 wickets @ 21.02
2. Stuart Broad - 69 wickets @ 18.95
3. Nathan Lyon - 56 wickets @ 31.37


 
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The tournament will be played over two years. Each team will play with six other opponents, three at home and three away. Each series will consist of between two and five Test matches. Therefore all participants will not play the same number of Tests, but will play the same number of series. At the end of the league stage the top two teams will play a final in England in June 2021.

The below is the proposed series to happen that will be part of World Test Championship.

:aus: Australia

August 2019 : :eng: England :os: - Series Drawn
November 2019 : :pak: Pakistan :local: - Australia won 2-0
December 2019 : :nz: New Zealand :local: - Australia won 3-0
February 2020 : :ban: Bangladesh :os: - Postponed
November 2020 : :aus: India :local: -India won 2-1
February 2021 : :saf: South Africa :os: - TBP

:ban: Bangladesh


November 2019 : :ind: India :os: - India won 2-0
January 2020 : :pak: Pakistan:os: - Pakistan 1-0 *- 1 match postponed
February 2020 : :aus: Australia :local: - Postponed
July 2020 : :sri: Sri Lanka :os: - Postponed
August 2020 : :nz: New Zealand :local: - Postponed
January 2021 : :wi: West Indies :local:- TBP

:eng: England


August 2019 : :aus: Australia :local:- Series Drawn
December 2019 : :saf: South Africa :os: - England won 3-1
March 2020 : :sri: Sri Lanka :os: - England won 2-0
June 2020 : :wi: West Indies :local: - England won 2-1
July 2020 : :pak: Pakistan :local: - England won 1 - 0
January 2021 : :ind: India :os: - TBP

:ind: India


August 2019 : :wi: West Indies :os: - India won 2-0
October 2019 : :saf: South Africa :local: - India won 3-0
November 2019 : :ban: Bangladesh :local: - India won 2-0
February 2020 : :nz: New Zealand :os: - New Zealand won 2-0
December 2020 : :aus: Australia :os:- India won 2-1
January 2021 : :eng: England :local: - TBP

:nz: New Zealand


August 2019 : :sri: Sri Lanka :os: - Series Drawn
December 2019 : :aus:Australia :os: - Australia won 3-0
February 2020 : :ind: India :local: - New Zealand won 2-0
August 2020 : :ban: Bangladesh :os: - Postponed
November 2020 : :wi: West Indies :local:- New Zealand won 2-0
December 2020 : :pak: Pakistan :local: - New Zealand won 2-0


:pak: Pakistan


October 2019 : :sri: Sri Lanka :local: - Pakistan won 1-0
November 2019 : :aus: Australia :os: - Australia won 2-0
January 2020 : :ban: Bangladesh :local: - Pakistan 1-0 * 1 match postponed
July 2020 : :eng: England :os: - England won 1-0
December 2020 : :nz: New Zealand :os: - New Zealand won 2-0
January 2021 : :saf: South Africa :local: - TBP

:saf: South Africa


October 2019 : :ind: India :os: - India won 3-0
December 2019 : :eng: England :local:- England won 3-1
July 2020 : :wi: West Indies :os: - Postponed
January 2021 : :sri: Sri Lanka :local: - South Africa won 2-0
January-February 2021 : :pak: Pakistan :os: - TBP
February 2021 : :aus: Australia :local: -TBP

:sri: Sri Lanka


August 2019 : :nz: New Zealand :local: - Sri Lanka won 1-0
October 2019 : :pak: Pakistan :os: - Pakistan won 1-0
March 2020 : :eng: England :local: - England won 2-0
July 2020 : :ban: Bangladesh :local: - Postponed
January 2021 : :saf: South Africa :os: South Africa won 2-0
February 2021 : :wi: West Indies :os: - TBP

:wi: West Indies


August 2019 : :ind: India :local: -India won 2-0
June 2020 : :eng: England :os: - England won 2-1
July 2020 : :saf: South Africa :local: - Postponed
November 2020 : :nz: New Zealand :os: - New Zealand won 2-0
January 2021: :ban: Bangladesh :os: - TBP
February 2021: :sri: Sri Lanka :local: - TBP

Final - June 14-18, 2021 at Lord's


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England are touring New Zealand in October/November (?) for 2 tests and 5 t20s. Are those 2 tests not included in the world test championships then? If so, why not?
 

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England are touring New Zealand in October/November (?) for 2 tests and 5 t20s. Are those 2 tests not included in the world test championships then? If so, why not?
There are a lot of series apart from these above mentioned series that are not part of World Test Championship. The original FTP that was released 7-8 years back has games scheduled up until 2023 WC. I have no idea why few series are part WTC and few are not. Any series involving Ireland, Afghanistan and now suspended Zimbabwe are also not part of WTC.
 

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Points table and index updated after India's win over West Indies in 2nd Test. India move up the table with 120 points. Highest run scorer and wicket taker remains same.
 

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But number of series remains the same right ? So it doesn't matter a lot as the points will be distributed evenly. Even if they don't play for that long they can stay in the contention by winning those matches.
 

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It seems a wierd way of calculating points to be honest: seems like it is turned on its head. Does each team
Play the same amount of test series length types in the end? Apart from the Ashes who plays 5 match series?


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Its definitely more convoluted than it needs to be. Feels like it would have made more sense to either use the same number of matches or series per team, and give a set number of points per match/series win. This whole 120 points divided by the number of matches per series gives a skewed look to the table
 

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It seems a wierd way of calculating points to be honest: seems like it is turned on its head. Does each team
Play the same amount of test series length types in the end? Apart from the Ashes who plays 5 match series?


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Only England-India series and Australia-England series are 5 match series. Rest all are mostly 2-4 match series.
 

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It seems a wierd way of calculating points to be honest: seems like it is turned on its head. Does each team
Play the same amount of test series length types in the end? Apart from the Ashes who plays 5 match series?


Great work on the thread!
That is what bothers me, a 120 point that India got awarded is not equal to what England or Australia will be awarded after winning the series. Also its not of the same quality. Not against India and the win they had against West Indies, it was sheer dominance but things are just not correct.

We should have a standard 3 match series except for Ashes or India England which is 5 match.

According to me this is how the Test Championship should be

  1. Each team plays the other twice home and away.
  2. Each series consist of 3 test matches, so each team plays 6 matches against the same opposition home and away.
  3. Instead of 2 year cycle, have the championship for a 4 year period to accommodate home and away.

Meanwhile Afghanistan, Ireland, Zimbabwe and a 4th team battle out against each other and other teams in those 4 years and are ranked 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th accordingly.

The bottom two teams in World Test Championship gets relegated and top two in last 4 gets promoted to test championship.

This will give test cricket its due respect.
 

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That is what bothers me, a 120 point that India got awarded is not equal to what England or Australia will be awarded after winning the series. Also its not of the same quality. Not against India and the win they had against West Indies, it was sheer dominance but things are just not correct.

We should have a standard 3 match series except for Ashes or India England which is 5 match.

According to me this is how the Test Championship should be

  1. Each team plays the other twice home and away.
  2. Each series consist of 3 test matches, so each team plays 6 matches against the same opposition home and away.
  3. Instead of 2 year cycle, have the championship for a 4 year period to accommodate home and away.

Meanwhile Afghanistan, Ireland, Zimbabwe and a 4th team battle out against each other and other teams in those 4 years and are ranked 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th accordingly.

The bottom two teams in World Test Championship gets relegated and top two in last 4 gets promoted to test championship.

This will give test cricket its due respect.
The 4th team should be Bangladesh
 

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