KARACHI: Today, International Cricket Council (ICC) approved that the final of the World Test Championship between and New Zealand India will be staged in a bio-secure bubble at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton. ICC Board decided after talking with the Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and England, where a variety of choices were analyzed to secure the inaugural final, could be staged carefully with the possible impact of COVID-19 minimized for all concerned
Considering the Hampshire Bowl for the great match, ICC judges ECB’s effort to stage a whole season of bio-safe international cricket in 2020. The venue presents world-class playing and practice tools, providing both teams the best pleasant environment in which to make. While a limited number of followers may be allowed into the Hampshire Bowl to watch the competition. New Zealand was the first team to make the ICC World Test Championship final and they were followed by India following their group victory over England which ended on Saturday.