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Lord's to host World Test Series finals of 2023 and 2025

By Real11 - Jul 27 2022 72 Views
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Lord's set to host World Test Series finals of 2023 and 2025 

The Lord's Cricket Ground will host the World Test Series finals in 2023 and 2025, the International Cricket Board announced on Tuesday (July 26). The announcement came on the penultimate day of their annual meeting in Birmingham. Before it was changed to Southampton, Lord's was also originally designated as the venue for the World Test Series final (2019–2021).

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