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Updated: 04 April 2024

World Test Championship (WTC) 2023–25: Points Table and Standings: With Australia winning the WTC 2021–23 at The Oval, London The 2nd edition of WTC finally concluded on August 11. Australia is the first team to win ICC trophies in every format.

India qualified for the WTC finals two consecutive times and lost in both. New Zealand defeated India in the 1st edition of the WTC (2019–21), and Australia defeated India in the 2nd edition of the WTC (2021–23). The 3rd edition of the World Test Championship (WTC) has officially started with the commencement of the Ashes, which was played between England and Australia.

India’s WTC 2023–25 cycle formally begins with their tour to the West Indies, which includes two test matches against the West Indies in the Caribbean Islands. India won 1st test against the West Indies while 2nd test ended drawn.

After the completion of the ODI World Cup 2023, Rohit Sharma-led Indian team starts their WTC campaign against South Africa. Men In Blue lost 1st test to Proteas at Centurion. In the Second test team, India beat Proteas by 7 wickets at Cape Town and reached on 2nd position in the WTC points table 2023-25. New Zealand lost the 1 position after losing to Australia in the Wellington test. India is on the top of the latest WTC 2023-25 points table. Australia reached from 3rd to 2nd position in the WTC 2023-25 standings.

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The 2023–2025 ICC World Test Championship will be the third edition of the ICC WTC. A total of nine teams will compete in the WTC 2023–25 cycle. Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the West Indies are the nine teams that will compete in WTC 2023-25.

The tournament will last two years, with 68 matches spread across 27 series scheduled for the league stage. The top two teams in the points standings will then go to the final, which will be held at Lord’s in London. Each team will play six series, 3 at home and 3 away. Every series will have between two and five test matches. Each participant will play 12 to 22 matches.

Points Table and Standings of WTC 2023–25

Australia topped the standings of the ICC WTC 2021–23 cycle by winning the finals over India. With the beginning of the new WTC cycle in 2023–25, every team will be aiming for the trophy.

3New Zealand 633003650.00
4Sri Lanka422002450.0
6West Indies412101633.33
7South Africa413001225.00

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Note- In World Test Championship (WTC) 2023-25 points system teams will get 12 points for a win 6 points for tie and 4 for draw.