DUBAI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) will induct ten legends from five eras into the ICC Hall of Fame, taking the number of cricketers to the prestigious list to 103. The world body of cricket on Thursday announced a special edition of the ICC Hall of Fame. He made this decision ahead of the first World Test Championship (WTC) final. The WTC final will be played between India and New Zealand in Southampton from June 18.
Ten legends who have made significant contributions to Test cricket will be included in this list. Presently a total of 93 cricketers are included in this list. These ten players will include two players from each era. ICC Acting Chief Executive Geoff Allardice said in a release that it is our honor to announce the inductance of ten legendary cricketers into the ICC Hall of Fame ahead of the World Test Championship final in Southampton.
Two players from five eras will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in this special edition. These eras include the early cricket era (before 1918), the era during World War Two (1918–1945), the post-war era (1946–1970), the ODI era (1971–1995) and the modern era (1996–2016). ) Are included. The names of these players will be announced on the ICC digital media channel on June 13.