Sports News -The International Cricket Council (ICC) has changed the points system for the World Test champions after cricket matches were affected by the coronavirus. According to the details, the ICC has changed the points system for the World Test Championship, according to which the teams will now be ranked on the basis of points instead of the total points earned.
Test Championship, ICC changes points system-Sports News
According to the decision of the ICC Board Meeting, to ensure the final of the Scheduled World Test Championship at Lord’s in June 2021, the rankings of the teams will be based on the points earned and the available points of the series instead of the total points. This will be done on a case-by-case basis so that the teams have equal opportunities and the series canceled due to Code 19 is not lost.
According to media reports, the ICC has also postponed the scheduled Women’s T20 World Cup in November 2022 at its board meeting, after which the Women’s T20 World Cup will now be played in February 2023. On the other hand, the ICC has set a minimum age of 15 years for players to participate in international matches. The ICC says the change is aimed at giving each team equal opportunities