The 2019–21 ICC Test Championship, which was, to begin with, organized to be held at Lord’s Cricket Ground, has been moved to Southampton cricket ground. On 8th March, The Board of Control for Cricket in India President Sourav Ganguly affirmed that the ICC World Test Championship final among the Indian team and New Zealand team, on the 18th of June, will be held in Rose Bowl cricket ground.
While there have been theories about the adjustment in the cricket grounds, the International Cricket Council is yet to affirm the transition to Rose Bowl cricket ground however the Sourav Ganguly is sure about the new cricket ground for the WTC final between India and New Zeland. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly stated that “I am anticipating going to the WTC final among both the teams at Rose Bowl cricket ground in Southampton”.
“No doubt, it is in Rose Bowl cricket ground. It was chosen quite a while past. Because of Coronavirus and they have shut all the hotels. At the point when the UK continued to play after Coronavirus, they had a ton of matches in Southampton city because of a similar explanation.”
At the point when inquired as to whether the WTC final is up in the positions with the One-Day world cup matches, BCCI president stated that “Each match has its own worth. The One-Day world cup match is an astonishing display. It was somewhat convoluted this time due to the coronavirus situation. We will see when each group has played an equivalent number of matches.”
“Gigantic accomplishments have given what the players have experienced. Directly from the Indian Premier League in Sept month to March month and they are not completed at this point. A decent half year in bio-bubbles secure zones and what they have accomplished is incredible”
“Anticipating the ICC World Test Championship final and I trust we move beyond New Zealand. Thanks to Ajinkya, Virat, everybody included. The manner in which Rishabh won India the Brisbane game was magnificent”.