The Indian Test team will start its ICC Test Championship campaign with a two-Test series against West Indies, starting on August 22, 2019, in Antigua. The Vivian Richards Cricket Ground in Antigua will host the opening Test, while the second Test will be played at Sabina Park in Jamaica from August 3. The World Test Championship (WTC), International Cricket Council’s showpiece event for the longest format, will be played over the next two years. Nine of the 12 Test-playing nations will play a Test series against six of the other eight teams.
Before that, India and West Indies will play three T20I and three ODIs. The tour kicks off with two T20Is at the Broward County Stadium in Florida, US – played on August 3 and 4. They will then travel to Guyana to play the final T20I on August 6 at the Guyana National Stadium.
Each WTC Test series will consist of between two to five matches, though all teams will play six series (three at home and three away), they will not play the same number of Tests.
Each team will be able to score a maximum of 120 points from each series and the two teams with the most points at the end of the league stage will contest the final in June 2021 in England to crown the first ever World Test champion.