Cricket is finally back from the COVID-19 break.
In the first test, England and West Indies played one heck of a thriller with the match going to the final session of the fifth day. Test match cricket does not get any better than that, which leads us to our discussion—The World Test Championship (WTC).
Twice scrapped, yet finally approved, it still has glaring issues. During this global pandemic, I have reflected on improvements on the structure for the next iteration of the Test Championship. In this series, we discuss the improvements that are necessary in order to elevate the WTC to the next level.