“What if Ind vs Ban is 2 day game?” – Twitter reacts to “From today, there is Test cricket scheduled to be played on every single day until January 1, 2023” remark

If you ask a die-hard cricket fan, he would rate Test cricket as the best format compared to the other two formats, i.e. ODI and the T20I format. The conventional format is played in the purest form.

The five-day cricketing action would comprise a rollercoaster ride of emotions. There are chances that the game could tilt either way depending on the dynamics, quality, constant pressing and so on.

A few years ago, there were talks about that Test cricket is almost on the verge of extinction. However, the ICC quickly brought in some new changes to make the format much richer.

The introduction of the pink-ball affair attracted plenty of fans to the stadium. On the other hand, the apex cricket body also introduced the World Test Championship (WTC) which made Test cricket a competitive one.

Test cricket scheduled to be played every single day until January 1, 2023, from today

Cricket fans can breathe a sigh of relief as Test cricket is back again. The purest format of the game kick-started today and it will be played every single day until January 1, 2023.

International teams such as West Indies, Australia, England and Pakistan are playing Test cricket. Australia are currently locking horns with the West Indies cricket team in the second Test match at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide.

Earlier, the Australian cricket team led by Pat Cummins drew first blood in the Test series by beating West Indies by 164 runs at Perth Stadium in Perth. On the other hand, England and Pakistan are locking horns with each other in the Test series as well.

Earlier, the England cricket team scripted an emphatic 74-run win over Pakistan in the first Test match at Rawalpindi Stadium. The second Test between England and Pakistan will be held on December 9 at Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan. India will play two Tests against Bangladesh after the completion of the ODI series.

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