The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed that the final of the 2021-23 cycle of the World Test Championship will be played at the Oval, London from June 7 to 11 with a reserve day in place (12 June).
New Zealand had won the inaugural edition, defeating India by eight wickets in the 2021 final in Southampton.
Australia leads the nine-team points table for the ongoing cycle with a healthy points percentage of 75.56, followed by India at 58.93.
The two teams are set to face off in a four-match Test series, beginning 9 February in Nagpur, and the eventual result will play a significant part in determining the eventual finalists.
Remaining ICC World Test Championship Fixtures
India v Australia series
- India v Australia (1st Test) – Nagpur, India, 9-13 February
- India v Australia (2nd Test) – Delhi, India, 17-21 February
- India v Australia (3rd Test) – Dharamsala, India, 1-5 March
- India v Australia (4th Test) – Ahmedabad, India, 9-13 March
South Africa v West Indies series
- South Africa v West Indies (1st Test) – Centurion, South Africa, 28 February-4 March
- South Africa v West Indies (2nd Test) – Johannesburg, South Africa, 8-12 March
New Zealand v Sri Lanka series
- New Zealand v Sri Lanka (1st Test) – Christchurch, New Zealand, 9-13 March
- New Zealand v Sri Lanka (2nd Test) – Wellington, New Zealand, 17-21 March
The Oval in London will host the #WTC23 final, while the venue for the #WTC25 final has also been decided 🏏
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— ICC (@ICC) September 21, 2022
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