South Africa’s World Test Championship 2023-25 Schedule 

South Africa, with their sights set on the coveted World Test Championship, is all geared up for the new cycle from 2023 to 2025. The Proteas have an intriguing lineup of series ahead, with six challenging encounters featuring two Tests each. Let’s delve into the details of their upcoming battles.

First up, South Africa will renew their rivalry with India as they host the runners-up of the previous WTC cycle. Having secured a 2-1 victory against India in 2021/22, the Proteas will be eager to defend their home turf in the two-match Test series scheduled for December 2023-January 2024.


Next on the agenda is a tour to New Zealand, where South Africa will face the formidable Blackcaps in a two-match Test series in February 2024. The Proteas will be tested by the reigning WTC champions in a clash that promises intense competition.

Subsequently, the Proteas will venture to the Caribbean for a two-match Test series against the West Indies. Although South Africa emerged victorious with a 2-0 win in the previous WTC cycle at home, they must remain cautious of the challenges posed by the West Indian side.

A significant away series awaits South Africa in Bangladesh, where they will lock horns with the home team in a two-match Test series. While Bangladesh finished at the bottom in the previous WTC cycles, they have the potential to pose a threat to the Proteas on their home turf.

Returning to their home soil, South Africa will host Pakistan in a highly anticipated two-match Test series. The clash against the Asian powerhouse will be an exciting battle between two competitive sides, as both teams strive to secure victory in their quest for Test supremacy.

Lastly, South Africa will welcome Sri Lanka to their shores in the 2024-25 season. The Islanders showcased impressive performances in the previous World Test Championship cycle, and they will aim to continue their upward trajectory against the Proteas.