The last of the debut ICC World Test Championship has been deferred to oblige the Indian Premier League (IPL). Initially the last was booked to happen on June 10 at the home of cricket, Lord’s. The dates have been pushed back and the last will currently occur from June 18-22, with 23 June as the save day.
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The primary World Test Championship has confronted various obstacles, essentially because of the COVID-19 pandemic and many booked arrangement couldn’t be finished. Worldwide Cricket Council chose to reevaluate and correct the focuses framework, deciding the last World Test Championship League standings from matches played.
The timetable of the most recent IPL season has not been chosen at this point however it is hypothesized that the competition will be held among April and May. The last of the competition is probably going to be held toward the finish of May or the beginning of June.
The choice has been made to defer the last to give a lot of planning time to the players associated with both the World Test Championship and the IPL.
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As per current standings, India drives the table with 430 focuses, followed intently by New Zealand on 420 focuses. Australia comes in at third with 322 focuses. Britain is in finishing distance of Australia subsequent to wrapping up their arrangement against Sri Lanka with a 2-0 success.
Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and West Indies are no longer available for the last regardless of whether they win the remainder of their planned matches.