The five-match Test series between India and England will mark the second edition of the World Test Championship, the International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed on Wednesday.
In the 2021-2023 cycle, the ICC also confirmed the points system. Each match of the upcoming WTC will now be contested for the same number of points – 12 for a win, four for a draw and six for a tie, moving away from the previous system where the same number of points were allocated to each series, divided across the number of matches played.
ICC Acting Chief Executive Geoff Allardice said the changes had been made to simplify the points system while taking learnings from the disruption last year.
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“We received feedback that the previous points system needed to be simplified. The Cricket Committee took this into consideration when proposing…