England will host the West Indies and Pakistan in a total of six Test matches from June-August 2020 as part of the inaugural ICC World Test Championship, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said last week.
The competition involves the nine top-ranked Test nations competing in a league between July 2019 and April 2021, with the top two sides progressing to the final, which will be held in England in June 20121.
“The ICC World Test Championship will add significance and context to the Test series against West Indies and Pakistan,” said ECB Chief Executive Officer, Tom Harrison in a statement.
England schedule 2020 vs West Indies: First Test: June 4-8, the Oval; Second Test: June 12-16, Edgbaston; Third Test: June 25-29, Lord’s.
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