Indian captain Virat Kohli said on Wednesday that a victory abroad in the World Test Championship should yield double digits. He also said that the level of the five-day format has improved with this championship. Currently, a team gets 120 points on a 'clean sweep' in a series whether it is a two-match series or five matches. Played abroad or on their soil. Kohli said, "If you had asked me to make a number table, I would have given double marks if I had won abroad. I would like to see this change after the first session.
India is on top with 160 points. The Indian team scored 120 points to beat the West Indies 2–0. Apart from this, South Africa got 40 points in the first Test win by 203 runs. Kohli expressed happiness that now no team wants to play for a draw. He said, "The importance of every match has increased. In the first three matches series you could play for the draw but now the teams are playing to win so that they can take extra points. This is good for Test cricket. The Indian captain said, "The matches are getting more exciting now. We have to perform professionally every season. Players will have to continuously improve their level of play.