The Cricket World Cup Super League is set to begin with the bilateral tie between England and Ireland scheduled to start from July 30. The news was confirmed by the ICC on Monday.
The World Super League was announced in June 2018 along with the World Test Championship to determine the qualification of the teams for the World Cup 2023.
While India has secured the qualification directly being the hosts of the events, Ireland and other thirteen teams will feature in the Super League with the top seven teams.
The teams will play four series at home and four away and would be awarded 10 points for a win and 5 for no result or Tie.
The five bottom sides from the league will fight for the final two spots of the 10-team showpiece event at the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier.
The Cricket World Cup League 2 series that had to be hosted by Namibia in September that included PNG and USA has also been postponed and will be re-scheduled.