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England v South Africa (three-Test series) - August and September 2022

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England v South Africa (three-Test series) - August and September 2022

e take a look at four crucial series that will be pivotal in deciding which teams qualify for next year's World Test Championship final.


England v South Africa (three-Test series) - August and September 2022

While England are out of the running to feature in next year's World Test Championship final, they can have a major say on who makes it to the decider during their upcoming series against the Proteas.


Brendon McCullum's side will enter the series full of confidence on the back of four consecutive Test triumphs, but South Africa will be well prepared for this challenge and will be keen to retain their lead at the head of the World Test Championship standings.


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The fitness of Kagiso Rabada will be pivotal to the outcome of the series, with the experienced South Africa pacer currently battling an ankle issue and already ruled out of the ongoing T20I series in Ireland.


Can South Africa quell the ‘Bazball’ phenomenon? Or will the England juggernaut roll on under their new coach and new skipper?


This is a mouth-watering series that will tell us a lot about South Africa and whether they are in fact good enough to maintain their place at the head of the World Test Championship standings.


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Pakistan v England (three-Test series) - December 2022

If Pakistan are to have any chance of reaching next year's World Test Championship decider they need to find a bit more consistency and it starts with their home series against England at the end of the year.


Skipper Babar Azam continues to perform well in all formats of the game, but the Pakistan captain will need the likes of Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique to continue to contribute well if they are to have any chance of reaching the World Test Championship final.


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Pakistan's spin attack will be crucial during this series, as the likes of Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root and Ben Stokes will likely try and attack the hosts' spinners as much as they can to try and gain the ascendancy.


England don't have a huge amount of depth in their spinning ranks, meaning Pakistan should have the upper hand in this crucial series that may well shape the top of the World Test Championship standings.

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