Test Championship & ODI League gets ICC`s approval

The International Cricket Council has approved now a Test championship and one-day international league. In this approval, Test series league will be of nine teams play six series over two years (three home and three away) while the ODI league will be a direct qualification pathway towards the ICC Cricket World Cup.

ODI league will be contested by the 12 Full Members plus the winners of the current ICC World Cricket League Championship.

Shashank Manohar, the ICC chairman, felt the Test Championship and ODI League will now bring more context to every series. "I would like to congratulate our Members on reaching this agreement and putting the interests of the development of the game first," he said. "Bringing context to bilateral cricket is not a new challenge, but this is the first time a genuine solution has been agreed on.


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