|Starting date||Series name||Teams||No. of matches|
|4 Aug 2021||Pataudi Trophy||England v India||5|
|12 Aug 2021||PAK tour of WI||West Indies v Pakistan||2|
|Nov 2021||NZ tour of IND||India v New Zealand||2|
|Nov 2021||PAK tour of BAN||Bangladesh v Pakistan||2|
|Nov 2021||SL tour of BAN||Bangladesh v Sri Lanka||2|
|8 Dec 2021||The Ashes||England v Australia||5|
|26 Dec 2021||BAN tour of NZ||New Zealand v Bangladesh||2|
|Dec 2021||IND tour of SA||South Africa v India||3|
|Feb 2022||NZ tour of SA||South Africa v New Zealand||2|
|Feb 2022||AUS tour of PAK||Pakistan v Australia||2|
|Feb 2022||SL tour of IND||India v Sri Lanka||3|
|8 Mar 2022||Richards – Botham Trophy||West Indies v England||3|
|Mar 2022||BAN tour of SA||South Africa v Bangladesh||2|
|Jun 2022||BAN tour of WI||West Indies v Bangladesh||2|
|Jun 2022||AUS tour of SL||Sri Lanka v Australia||2|
|Jun 2022||NZ tour of ENG||England v New Zealand||3|
|Jul 2022||PAK tour of SL||Sri Lanka v Pakistan||2|
|Aug 2022||Basil D'Oliveira Trophy||England v South Africa||3|
|Oct 2022||WI tour of SA||South Africa v West Indies||2|
|Oct 2022||ENG tour of PAK||Pakistan v England||3|
|Oct 2022 / Nov 2022||Border–Gavaskar Trophy||India v Australia||4|
|Nov 2022||Ganguly–Durjoy Trophy||Bangladesh v India||2|
|Nov 2022||Frank Worrell Trophy||Australia v West Indies||2|
|Nov 2022||SL tour of NZ||New Zealand v Sri Lanka||2|
|Jan 2023||SA tour of AUS||Australia v South Africa||3|
The ICC World Test Championship 2021-23 began on August 2021. It comprises of the top 9 Test teams playing 6 series, 3 home and 3 away matches, in the two-year period which is decided by the World Test Championship schedule.
The Final will be played between the Top Two teams in the ICC Test Championship points table at the Lord's Ground in London on 31st of March 2023.
Top two teams in the table will face-off against each other in the World Test Championship (WTC) Final which will be held on 31st March 2023.
A single test match is to be played in the WTC final.
The Final WTC test match will be played at the Lord's Ground in London.