ICC World Test Championship: Final can be played in Southampton instead of Lord’s


New Delhi: After winning the Test series 3–1 between India and England (IND vs ENG), Team India secured the ticket for the final of the ICC World Test Championship. The last Test played in Ahmedabad, Virat’s army won by an innings and 25 runs.

Will there be change in WTC final venue?

The final match of the ICC World Test Championship can be held in Southampton instead of Lord’s. According to the Cricbuzz report, the ICC said that it is not sure where the final match will be held, but the ICC and ECB have reviewed the preparations at the Rose Bowl ground.

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Better Quality in Southampton

The match was to be held at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London, but according to Cricbuzz, Southampton is now the first choice to host the final match. The main reason for this is the facility found on the ground. The stadium has the facilities of the Five Star Hotel and here at the time of Corona one can get better logicstick facilities in the bio bubble.

‘Venue not yet final’

Southampton cricket’s chairman Rod Bransgrove said, “There is a discussion about this but I cannot tell more than this.” As the chairman of Southampton, I can say that information has been learned about whether Southampton is available for this match. I do not know whether some final decision has been taken on this or not.

When will the final fight take place?

The final of the ICC World Test Championship will be played between India and New Zealand. This Mahamukabala will take place from 18 June to 22 June. The Kiwi team had already qualified but Team India made their place in the final on Saturday.


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