Two months after the sad misfortune at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, Virat Kohli-drove Team India will start the procedures for the second pattern of the World Test Championship, playing the opener against England in a five-Test series beginning August.
As indicated by ESPNCricinfo, the subsequent cycle will traverse August 2021 to June 2023. The timetable and scene for the last are up in the air by the ICC.
The subsequent cycle will involve just two five-Test series - the Ashes in December being the other. The Border-Gavaskar series in India in 2022 will be the solitary four-Test series.
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The subsequent cycle also will include nine groups, with each playing six series: three home and three away - which were recently concluded in 2018 by every one of the individuals as a component of the 2019-23 Future Tours Program.
India's home mission will start with the New Zealand series, which will likewise stamp the beginning of Blackcaps' title-safeguard campiagn. They will likewise confront Sri Lanka an Australia at home. South Africa and Bangladesh will be their other abroad series.
Britain will play the most Test matches (21), trailed by India's 19. New Zealand, the champs of the debut title, will play just 13 Tests.