The first ICC World Test Championship is 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 v Bangladesh
November-December 2019: Australia v Pakistan
December 2019: Pakistan v Sri Lanka (two Tests)
December 2019-January 2020: Australia v New Zealand
December 2019-January 2020: South Africa v England
January 2020: Pakistan v Bangladesh (two Tests)
February-March 2020: New Zealand v India
March 2020: Sri Lanka v England
June-July 2020: Bangladesh v Australia (two Tests)
June 2020: England v West Indies
July-August 2020: England v Pakistan
July 2020: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh (three Tests)
July 2020: West Indies v South Africa (two 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
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