Ajit Agarkar selected India’s fastest attack for the final of the World Test Championship, replacing the bowlers

With just a few days left for the final of the World Test Championships. World cricket eyes on this final match between India and New Zealand at Southampton. Given the conditions in England, the role of the fast-paced attack on both teams is considered very important. Both India and New Zealand lack world-class fast bowlers. However, it is interesting how fast bowlers Virat Kohli decides to take the field in the final. Meanwhile, former India cricketer Ajit Agarkar has picked up Team India’s fast attack for the WTC final.

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Speaking on Star Sports, Ajit Agarkar said: ‘Fast bowlers will play a very important role and India have the best attack in the world. I think this is their biggest strength over the years. Bumrah, in my opinion, is the number one bowler in the Shami-Test squad and Ishant Sharma, he is good at playing in his career. So, these three start according to me and if we get the green wicket, we can also see the fourth fast bowler. We don’t know what conditions are in England, but we believe Duke Ball will always help England’s fast bowlers.

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Earlier, former fast bowler Laxmipathy Balaji had also picked Bumrah, Ishant and Shami for the WTC final. Bumrah’s performance on the foreign ground is very impressive. At the same time, Ishant becomes more lethal as he gets older. However, spinners also get a lot of help in the Aegis Bowl, so the role of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja in the final is also considered very important.

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