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Complete Schedule Of World Test Championship 2021-23, India Will play a total of 19 games

Complete Schedule Of World Test Championship 2021-23, India Will play a total of 19 games

The forthcoming five-match Test series between India and England kicks off the second cycle of the World Test Championship (WTC) 2021-23, know its full schedule

This particular series between India vs England  is the only two series of five Tests matches in the second edition of the World Test Championship, from August 2021 to June 2023, along with Ashes 2021-22, slated for starting in Australia in December. 

Moreover, Australia’s Indian excursion will be for a sole four-game series as the subsequent test matches will be either in the three-game leg or the two-game series.

Like in the first WTC cycle, each of the nine test teams, will play their three home and three away series, which will be the same conducted in the second edition of WTC 2021-23. 

Number of games played by each team in the World Test Championship 2021-23 and its schedule

In the second WTC, England will play the highest number of Test matches. England’s team will compete in 21 games. India, on the other side, ranks in the second position for playing 19 games in WTC. The squad captained by Virat Kohli will compete for as many as 19 red-ball contests.

Bangladesh will contest in the minimum number of games, 12 in total.  Meanwhile, West Indies and Sri Lanka will compete in 13 games respectively. Similarly, the very first WTC champion, New Zealand, would only play 13 matches this season.

Australia will participate in 18 red-ball matches in the WTC’s second cycle, while South Africa and Pakistan will play 15 and 14 matches, separately.

The Entire Schedule of The World Test Championship 2021-23

England – 21 matches

Home: Against India (five matches), New Zealand (Three matches), South Africa (two matches)

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Away: Against Australia (five matches), West Indies (two matches), Pakistan (three matches)

India – 19 matches

Home: Against New Zealand (two matches), Sri Lanka (three matches), Australia (four matches)

Away: Against England (five matches), South Africa (three matches), Bangladesh (two matches)

Australia – 18 matches

Home: England (five matches), West Indies (two matches), South Africa (three matches)

Away: Pakistan (two matches), Sri Lanka (two matches), India (four matches)

South Africa – 15 matches

Home: India (three matches), Bangladesh (two matches), West Indies (two matches)

Away: New Zealand (two matches), England (three matches), Australia (three matches)

Pakistan – 14 matches

Home: Australia (two matches), New Zealand (two matches), England (three matches)

Away: West Indies (three matches), Bangladesh (two matches), Sri Lanka (three matches)

New Zealand – 13 matches

Home: Bangladesh (two matches), South Africa (two matches), Sri Lanka (two matches)

Away: India (two matches), England (three matches), Pakistan (two matches)

West Indies – 13 matches

Home: Pakistan (three matches), England (two matches), Bangladesh (two matches)

Away: South Africa (two matches), Sri Lanka (two matches), Australia (two matches)

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Sri Lanka – 13 matches

Home: Australia (two matches), Pakistan (two matches), West Indies (two matches)

Away: Bangladesh (two matches), India (three matches), New Zealand (two matches)

Bangladesh – 12 matches

Home: Pakistan (two matches), Sri Lanka (two matches), India (two matches)

Away: New Zealand (two matches), South Africa (matches), West Indies (two matches)

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