The first ICC World Test Championship is well under way. All the fixtures and results are here, along with the latest standings and how the damn thing works.
|Tests in series||Win||Draw||Tie||Loss|
August-September 2019: England 2-2 Australia
August 2019: Sri Lanka 1-1 New Zealand
August-September 2019: West Indies 0-2 India
October 2019: India 3-0 South Africa
November 2019: India 2-0 Bangladesh
November-December 2019: Australia 2-0 Pakistan
December 2019: Pakistan 1-0 Sri Lanka
December 2019-January 2020: Australia 3-0 New Zealand
December 2019-January 2020: South Africa 1-3 England
February-April 2020: Pakistan v Bangladesh
February-March 2020: New Zealand 2-0 India
March 2020: Sri Lanka v England – POSTPONED
June-July 2020: Bangladesh v Australia (two Tests)
June 2020: England v West Indies
July-August 2020: West Indies v South Africa
July-August 2020: England v Pakistan
July 2020: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh (three Tests)
August 2020: Bangladesh v New Zealand (two Tests)
November 2020-January 2021: Australia v India (four Tests)
November 2020: New Zealand v West Indies (three Tests)
December 2020: New Zealand v Pakistan (two Tests)
January 2021: Bangladesh v West Indies (three Tests)
January 2021: India v England (five Tests)
January 2021: Pakistan v South Africa (two Tests)
January 2021: South Africa v Sri Lanka (two Tests)
February 2021: South Africa v Australia (three Tests)
February 2021: West Indies v Sri Lanka (two Tests)
June 2021: ICC World Test Championship Final
*South Africa docked six points for slow over-rate in the fourth Test against England
The Somerset spinner impressed in South Africa over the winter.
The captain promoted himself to open the batting but made just two off 15 balls
Curran experienced sickness and diarrhoea during Wednesday night.
The Durham all-rounder will take over temporarily from Joe Root.
Holder promoted himself to open the batting.
The all-rounder has been tested for Covid-19 after feeling unwell overnight.
The top five subsided to nine for three and 49 for five in their final competitive innings.
The Trinidadian led the warm-up session on day four of the practice match.
Archer took a wicket for Jos Buttler’s team on the second morning at the Ageas Bowl.
Ben Stokes’s side reached 152 for five at tea in response to 287 for five declared.