Test Championship and ODI League approved by ICC
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has approved the Test Championship and One-Day International League, the global cricketing body’s chief executive Dave Richardson said on Friday.
The Test series league will see 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.
It will be contested by the 12 full members as well as the winners of the current ICC World Cricket League Championship.
The schedules of the leagues, due to start in 2019 and 2020 respectively, will now be finalised.