Bringing context to bilateral cricket is not a new challenge, but with the release of this FTP, our members have found a genuine solution that gives fans around the world the chance to engage regularly, ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson stated.
India's next couple of series in WTC will take place in New Zealand (two Tests) and Australia (four Tests) in 2020-2021 before they play England in a five-Test series at home.
They will then play two home Tests against England, after which they will cross the Tasman for a much-awaited three-Test series in Australia, including New Zealand's first Boxing Day Test at the famous Melbourne Cricket ground in 32 years since 1987. The nine top-ranked sides in the world will compete in the new tournament, with each side playing six series on a home-and-away basis against mutually selected opponents in a two-year cycle.
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Speaking to the Daily Mail , Hodgson said of the possibility of Loftus-Cheek returning to Palace: "It's up in the air". I'm sure he will as time goes on".
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'It is never easy to find the desired balance in scheduling global cricket but despite the challenges, the new FTP provides exciting incentives for all Full and Associate Members of the ICC, ' the Bangladesh Cricket Board chief executive officer Nizamuddin Chowdhury was quoted in a ICC statement.
A venue has not been confirmed but it will be an away fixture, with India a likely destination. The league limits every series to a three-match fixture, beginning in 2020 and will run up to 2022.
The one-day worldwide tournament-a 13-team affair-will see the 12 Test-playing nations and the Netherlands, who gained ODI status by winning the ICC World Cricket League previous year, compete against each other.
New Zealand's 2019-20 summer programme will also include two home Tests against the current No.1 seeds, India, and a home T20 series against Australia. India (as host) plus the seven highest-ranked sides in the ODI league as on March 31, 2022 will qualify directly for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, while the bottom five sides will get a second chance to qualify through the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier. The 13-team ODI league will see the inclusion of the winners of the World Cricket League Championship, Netherlands, playing alongside the twelve Test playing nations.
Australia's bid to reach the championship final, to be played as a one-off Test, will start when the ICC's new cycle begins with the 2019 Ashes.