Team India WTC Schedule Revealed for Second Edition; Rematch Against New Zealand to Take Place in November 2021

Team India's schedule for the second edition of the World Test Championship has been revealed. They will begin their journey in August 2021 against England.

The WTC final were concluded yesterday and New Zealand were crowned as the inaugural WTC champions. The black caps registered a 8 wicket victory over team India.

During the entire match, Virat Kohli and co. never looked in control and ultimately paid the price. The Men in Blue accumulated the most points over the span of two years to secure a place in the finals. However, at the end of the day, their hard work went to waste.

Here is Team India WTC schedule for the second edition

Indian cricket team
Indian cricket team

What’s done is done, India needs to focus on what’s next. As they have a jammed pack schedule in the next two years as well. Since the inaugural World Test Championship was a huge success, fans will expect more of the same in the future too.

Speaking of the future, here is Team India WTC schedule for the next two years:

  • India vs England 5 Test match series in August 2021 (in England)
  • India vs New Zealand 2 match Test series in November 2021 (in India)
  • India vs South Africa 3 match Test series in December 2021 (in South Africa)
  • India vs Sri Lanka 3 match Test series in first half of 2022 (in India)
  • India vs Australia 4 match Test series in second half of 2022 (in Australia)
  • India vs Bangladesh 2 match Test series [TBD] (in Bangladesh)

So the second edition of the World Test Championship will see team India play a total of six Test series. Out of which three Test series will be at home and three at away from home.

While all the matches hold a lot of importance to qualify for the WTC final, the series against New Zealand will be the most awaited one for players and fans.

This series will give a chance to the team to potentially take revenge for their recent loss at Southampton. Do you think India can achieve this or not? Let us know your views in the comments section below.

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