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What if WTC final gets washed out?
What happens if the Test Championship final is affected by rain? – Considering the unpredictable weather in England, the rain factor cannot be ruled especially in the month of June. Keeping that in mind ICC have kept a reserve day for the Test Championship final.
- The match will be held between June 7 to June 11 and June 12 has been identified as the reserve day.
- But ICC has also informed that if time is lost during the regulation days due to bad weather only then can the reserve day be utilised.
- If the match happens on all five days and no result comes out then the match will not go into the reserve day and instead India and Australia will be declared joint winners.
In a statement, ICC confirmed the following rule which read: A reserve day is in place for the WTC Final on June 12 and can be used to make up for any loss of playing time during the five scheduled days, not to keep playing until one side wins. Recently the IPL 2023 final between Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans was affected due to torrential downpour in Ahmedabad.
Where is WTC final 2023 placed?
Key pointers from the Playing Conditions For the World Test Championship Final – India, Australia to share the title in case of draw or tie. June 12, 2023 is the reserved day. Can only be used to compensate the loss of playtime due to weather. The on-field soft signal by umpires has been scrapped for the WTC final.Q.
- Which ball will be used in the India vs Australia World Test Championship final? The India vs Australia World Test Championship final will be played using Grade 1 Dukes ball.Q.
- When will India vs Australia World Test Championship final take place? The India vs Australia World Test Championship final 2023 will take place between June 7 and 12.Q.
Where will India vs Australia World Test Championship final take place? The India vs Australia World Test Championship final 2023 takes place at Kennington Oval Stadium in London, England.Q. What time will the India vs Australia World Test Championship final begin? The India vs Australia World Test Championship final will begin at 3:30pm IST (11am local time).Q.
Who will go to Test Championship final 2023?
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|Dates||4 August 2021 – 11 June 2023|
|Administrator(s)||International Cricket Council|
|Cricket format||Test cricket|
|Tournament format(s)||League and Final|
|Champions||Australia (1st title)|
|Most runs||Joe Root (1915)|
|Most wickets||Nathan Lyon (88)|
|Official website||ICC World Test Championship|
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The 2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship was the second edition of the ICC World Test Championship of Test cricket, It started on 4 August 2021 and finished with the Final on 7–11 June 2023 at The Oval, London, played between Australia and India,
The five-match Pataudi Trophy between England and India, started 4 August 2021, started the second cycle of the World Test Championship. That series, along with the Ashes in December 2021, were the only two series comprising five Tests in the second WTC cycle. New Zealand were the defending champions.
In September 2022, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that the final of this edition of the World Test Championship would be played at The Oval, London in June 2023. That final saw Australia win by 209 runs, thus becoming the only team to win all ICC titles.
Who is in the Australia WTC Final squad 2023?
Australia Squad for WTC Final 2023 – Pat Cummins (C), Marcus Harris, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Cameron Green, Alex Carey, Josh Inglis, Scott Boland, Nathan Lyon, Todd Murphy, Mitchell Starc, Michael Neser. *Josh Hazlewood was ruled out of the WTC final on June 4 due to an injury.
Will Josh Hazlewood play WTC Final?
WTC Final: Australia pacer Josh Hazlewood has been ruled out of the World Test Championship Final vs India due to a persistent Achilles Heel injury. Michael Neser has been named as replacement – Josh Hazlewood has been ruled out of the WTC Final. (PTI Photo) Australia have suffered a big blow ahead of the World Test Championship Final, set to be played against India from June 7. The team announced on Sunday, 4 June that pacer Josh Hazlewood was ruled out of the summit clash due to a persistent Achilles Heel injury.
- Australia chief selector George Bailey announced the development on Sunday, stating that the pacer was very close to play, but the decision had been made considering the Ashes series.
- Josh was very, very close to being given the green light but we are cognisant that our upcoming schedule means this is not a one-off Test match of us,” Chair of Selectors George Bailey said.
Australia pacer Michael Neser was named as a replacement in the 15-member squad, but it is unlikely that he would be given a nod ahead of Scott Boland. “Michael’s County form has been strong and knowing that he was going to be close by allowed for him to keep playing and for us to be able to call on him.
He is a great strength to have as part of the fast bowling group,” Bailey further added. “This will give Josh an ideal preparation leading into Edgbaston. With six Test matches in a little over seven weeks we will need all of our fast bowling assets,” the chief selector concluded. Hazlewood’s injury did not allow him to play against India in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy earlier this year.
The pacer also played just 3 matches in the Indian Premier League and had confirmed that he was recovering well.