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World Test Championship: The rules of the World Test Cricket Championship changed, know how the teams will now get points – ICC has changed the point system of the World Test Championship

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The ICC has announced the points system for the second edition of the World Test Championship. The championship will begin with the India-England Test series next month. Teams will get 12 points for a win and 4 points for a draw and 6 points for a tie. Dubai: The International Cricket Council has announced the points system for the second edition of the World Test Championship. The championship will begin next month with a Test series between England and India.

Teams will get 12 points for a win, 4 points for a match draw and 6 points for a tie. In the previous edition, teams were awarded points on a series basis. This included 120 points for each series won and match points were awarded on that basis.
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“The changes have been made to simplify the points system,” said ICC Chief Executive Jeff Allardyce. The ICC believes that it has made changes by taking lessons from the previous editions.

“We’ve got some feedback on the old points system that needs to be simplified a bit,” he said. The Cricket Committee recognized that there should be a points system for each match. It will also ensure that every match in the WTC series is the same for each team. So in the old system, two to five matches were played in the series.
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He further said, ‘Due to the corona virus epidemic, many series could not be completed. Because of this we had to change the point system. Remove the system average of the points available to us. This helped us decide the finalists. In this way they were able to complete each championship on time.

This includes the India-England series as well as the Ashes series between Australia and England this year. Australia will play four Tests on the tour of India next year. This will be the only series of four matches in the new round.

In the second edition of the ICC World Test Championship, 9 teams will play six series as before. There will be three at home and three abroad. Its cut off date will be 31 March 2031.

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