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    The International Cricket Council is considering splitting points for unplayed games in the current World Test Championship cycle, as it prepares to host the final in June

    The International Cricket Council is considering splitting points for unplayed games in the current World Test Championship cycle, as it prepares to host the final in June


    Cricinfo reports that is one of two options to be considered by its cricket committee next month in a league disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

    The other option considers only those matches played by the end of March and bases final positions on the percentage of points sides have won from those they've contested.

    The aim is to have clarity in place by the time the next series begins - the West Indies' two-test series against New Zealand in December.

    The Black Caps are currently fourth.

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