WTC Final: June 8-12 at the Oval, mark your calendars!

Reports are coming in that the ICC World Test Championship summit clash of the 2021-23 cycle is likely to be played from June 8 to 12 at the Oval in London. While there’s no official confirmation from the International Cricket Council (ICC) yet, it’s said that the game will take place at the Oval with one reserve day in case of rain.

This is big news for all the cricket fans out there, as we get closer to finding out which teams will be facing off in the finals. Right now, Australia, India, and Sri Lanka are all in the race for the final spot, with Australia sitting comfortably at the top of the ICC World Test Championship standings.

India is also looking strong, with a Test series win against Bangladesh under their belt. But they’ll have to bring their A-game when they face off against Australia in a four-match Test series starting on February 9th. This series is crucial for both teams, as a series sweep by India would mean they’ve secured their spot in the finals.

It’s going to be an exciting clash, as India looks to overcome their failures against Australia in the past. But with Australia having a massive upper hand of 43 wins to India’s 30 wins in 102 outings, it’s going to be a tough battle.