With the first cycle of the World Test Championship [WTC] completed, Team India will try to move on from the squandered chance and begin anew in the next cycle, which will begin soon. Team India dominated the World Test Championship points table for two years, putting up some outstanding performances in the game’s purest form. In the finals, India lost by eight wickets against New Zealand, which was devastating. However, it is now time for the team to put the past behind them and focus on the upcoming WTC cycle, which will run from July 2021 through 2023.
According to India’s Future Tour Programmes (FTP) for 2021-23, the team will play in six Test series, three at home and the rest on the road. The Indians haven’t won a Test series in England since Rahul Dravid led them to a 1-0 victory in the summer of 2007. During their following travels to the UK in 2011 and 2014, the previous No. 1 rated squad was thrashed 0-4 and 1-3, respectively.
India will begin their second World Test Championship (WTC) campaign with a five-match away Test series against England. From August 4 through September 14, the Test series will be contested.
India’s possible WTC 2021-23 schedule.
India tour of England, 2021
The Indian team, led by Kohli, has returned to England following the WTC Final, and the trip will begin with the first Test at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. The entire schedule for India’s visit to England can be seen here.
August 4-8: England vs India, 1st Test, Trent Bridge
August 12-16: England vs India, 2nd Test, Lord’s
August 25-29: England vs India, 3rd Test, Headingley
September 2-6: England vs India, 4th Test, Oval
September 10-14: England vs India, 5th Test, Old Trafford
New Zealand tour of India, 2021
Since Kohli and his team toured New Zealand in early 2020, New Zealand has had a little advantage over India in Test cricket. When the Kiwis return to India for a two-Test series in November, India will have a chance to turn the tables. Awaiting the schedule.
India tour of South Africa, 2021-22
India will go to South Africa for a three-match Test series in December and January after the home series against New Zealand.
Sri Lanka in India, 2022
The Lankans will visit India for three Tests and as many T20Is ahead of the IPL 2022, and this will be the first series between the two countries since India thrashed them 3-0 in 2017.
Australia in India, 2022
Virat Kohli and his team now held the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, and the Australians would like to reclaim it.
India in Bangladesh, 2022
After the series against Australia, India may travel to Bangladesh for a two-Test series, which may be India’s final series in the WTC cycle.