World Test Championship (WTC) 2023-25: Schedule For All Teams After ODI World Cup 2023. Nowadays, we can’t go a week without seeing anything about cricket, and this is simply the icing on the cake for cricket fans. With the ICC Men’s ODI International Cup underway, we are witnessing the finest of international cricket in one location. Apart from the main event, we also offer several smaller events.
Following the World Cup, the top ten test countries will compete in respective home and away series for the World Test Championship Cycle 2023-25. The most recent World Cup was won by Australia, who defeated two-time finalists India in the finals. Australia kicked up WTC 2023-25 with the historic Ashes series against England.
Six of the nine teams have begun their WTC 2023-25 trip, beginning with Australia and England. Both sides competed in the legendary five-match Ashes series, which was drawn, although Australia leads the points table. Apart from that, India and the West Indies played a two-match test series at the Carrabin Islands, which India won.
Finally, Pakistan and Sri Lanka played a two-match test series in Sri Lanka, which Pakistan easily won, propelling Pakistan to the top of the WTC 2023-25 points table. There will be a total of 69 matches played in 27 series, out of which nine matches have already been played. The following is the WTC Schedule after the ODI World Cup in 2023.
WTC Schedule Of All Teams After ODI World Cup 2023
New Zealand vs Bangladesh
Soon after the World Cup, New Zealand and Bangladesh will begin their WTC cycle for 2023-25. They will play two test matches in Bangladesh on November 28 and December 6.
|1st Test||28 Nov- 2 Dec 2023||Dhaka|
|2nd Test||6 – 10 Dec 2023||Mirpur|
Pakistan vs Australia
The Pakistan versus. Australia three-match test series will begin on December 14th, with Australia hosting the matches. Interestingly this series will include a boxing day test.
|1st Test||14-18 Dec 2023||Perth|
|2nd Test||26-30 Dec 2023||Melbourne|
|3rd Test||3 – 7 Jan 2024||Sydney|
India vs South Africa
India will play South Africa in their first test match following the World Cup in 2023. South Africa will be hosting a multi-format series. This series will consist of 2 test matches, one of which will be played on Boxing Day.
|1st Test||26 – 30 Dec 2023||Centurion|
|2nd Test||3 – 7 Jan 2024||Cape Town|
Australia vs West Indies
Australia will host the West Indies after Pakistan’s two-match test series begins in January 2024.
|1st Test||17 – 21 Jan 2024||Adelaide|
|2nd Test||25 – 29 Jan 2024||Brisbane|
India vs England
In January 2024, India will play a full 5-match test series against England. This series will be held by India, and it will be the country’s final test series before the IPL and T20 World Cup in 2024.
|1st Test||25 – 29 Jan 2024||Hyderabad|
|2nd Test||02 – 06 Feb 2024||Vishakapatnam|
|3rd Test||15 – 19 Feb 2024||Rajkot|
|4th Test||23 – 27 Feb 2024||Ranchi|
|5th Test||7 – 11 March 2024||Dharamshala|
New Zealand vs South Africa
New Zealand and South Africa will compete in their second World Cup 2023-25 Series, which will include two test match series in New Zealand.
|1st Test||04 – 08 Feb 2024||Mount Maunganui|
|2nd Test||13 – 17 Feb 2024||Hamilton|
New Zealand vs Australia
Following the conclusion of the South African tour, New Zealand will host a two-match test series beginning in February 2024.
|1st Test||29 Feb – 4 March 2024||Wellington|
|2nd Test||8 – 12 March 2024||Christchurch|
England vs West Indies
Following the T20 World Cup in 2024, England will play 3 test match series against the West Indies. England will host this test series.
|1st Test||10 – 14 July 2024||Lords|
|2nd Test||18 – 22 July 2024||Nottingham|
|3rd Test||26 – 30 July 2024||Birmingham|
England vs Sri Lanka
Soon Following the West Indies, England will welcome Sri Lanka for a three-match test series.
|1st Test||21 – 25 August 2024||Manchester|
|2nd Test||29 August – 2 September 2024||Lords|
|3rd Test||6 – 10 Sep 2024||Manchester|
Points Table Of WTC 2023-25