In the Test Championship, the top nine teams will play six series – three at home and three away. And it’ll be put in place after the 2019 World Cup. Hence the teams fall into the mandatory terms to play at least two Tests. There have been talks that it could extend to five Tests in a series as well.
The ODI league, that’s in talks to be in place by 2020. This will incorporate 13 teams in the event. The 12 Full Members and the winner of the ICC World Cricket League Championship. The teams will battle it out to earn direct qualification for the World Cup. The first cycle will see teams play four series at home and four away. And that too with a maximum of three ODIs in one series. In the next cycle obviously, all the teams involved in the ODI league will play each other.
Belonging to the cohort of cricket fanatics, Ranojoy Middya is an assiduous cricketer who aspires to live life in purview of the cricketing world; penning his line of thinking at present and living up to it in the near future.