WTC Final | ICC expects packed stadium for first four days of WTC final

New Delhi: The International Cricket Council (ICC) expects stadium spectators for at least the first four days of the World Test Championship (WTC Final) final between India and Australia at the Oval in London from June 7. It will be packed. The ICC has also kept a ‘reserve day’ for the final so that the game can be played on this day in case of bad weather. ICC General Manager Cricket Wasim Khan said during an interaction with selected media persons, “We are working closely with the Local Organizing Committee (ECB) to ensure that this is a great match for the spectators. We expect full stadiums for at least the first four days. We are moving in the right direction. ” Also read He said, “The two best teams in the world will be in front of each other, due to which the audience is very interested in this match. It will be a great match. Khan said, “We are hoping for clear weather so that we get to see good cricket on all the five days, although we have kept a ‘reserve day’ to compensate for the hindrance due to the weather. At the same time, he also said that there will be no change in the current pattern of WTC and it will continue in the same way in which each team plays six series (three home and three away) in a two-year cycle. Khan said that the WTC Finals would continue in a similar five-day format after a two-year cycle. (agency)

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