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ICC World Test Championship final is underway between India and New Zealand at The Rose Bowl cricket stadium in Southampton, England. At the end of the 3rd Day, New Zealand reached 101-2 in the 1st innings after bowling out India for 217 in the first innings. India and New Zealand qualified for the ICC World Test Championship final after securing the 1st and 2nd rank respectively in the points table.

There were 9 teams that participated in ICC World Test Championship. However, India and New Zealand emerged as the top performers and bagged a berth in the final. There are few other teams that were expected to reach the final but could not succeed.

Moreover, there were also few teams that showed very poor performances during the ICC World Test Championship tournament. As a result, their Test captains might be changed after the final of the tournament. Here we talk about 4 teams that can change their captains after the ICC World Test Championship final.

ICC World Test Championship: 4 Teams Which Can Change Captains After The Final Of The Tournament

West Indies

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Jason Holder (Image Credit: Twitter)

West Indies is the first team that can change its captain post-ICC World Test Championship final. Jason Holder is the current skipper of the team in Tests. West Indies had a very poor show in the tournament. They played 12 matches during 6 bilateral series, out of which they won 3 and lost 7; while 2 matches ended in a draw. With a PCT of 30.3, West Indies finished on the 7th spot out of 9 teams in the points table.

Jason Holder had a very poor record of captainship during the tournament. He led West Indies in 7 matches, losing 6 of them while winning just 1. Due to his poor record, he was also replaced by Kraigg Brathwaite as the skipper midway during the tournament. After West Indies’ poor show in the tournament, Jason Holder might be axed from his role of skipper in the Test format.

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