Before heading to England, Shastri said about the WTC final, there should be three matches

Team India skipper Virat Kohli and head coach Ravi Shastri held a press conference in Mumbai on Wednesday before the Indian team left for England. India will have to play the final of the World Test Championship with New Zealand on a four-month tour of England. After that the Indian team will play a five-match Test series against England. The final of the World Test Championship will be played in Southampton from June 18 to June 22.

India’s head coach Ravishastri, speaking at a press conference before leaving for England, said it was better to have three finals instead of one. These people have accomplished that. These are not made overnight. These guys have long been ranked No. 1. He said this was the first time the WTC final was being held. When you look at the outcome of the game, it seems like a big event. This is such a format
Who will test you. The teams played against each other around the world and traveled to the finals after winning the series.

Regarding the increased number of teams at the T20 World Cup, he said that if you want to spread the T20 game around the world, this is the next way. If you want cricket at the Olympics, you need more teams. At the same time, Kohli has no pressure on me for the final of the World Test Championships. I want to take Indian cricket forward. There was no pressure on me before and still no pressure on me.

Virat Kohli said there was no pressure on the WTC final

Asked whether New Zealand would benefit from the conditions in England, Virat Kohli said how strong New Zealand’s conditions were for us. If you want us to think New Zealand will benefit before boarding the plane, it’s not. We think we are on an equal footing.

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