Brett Lee said who will prevail between India and New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship

The countdown to the final of the World Test Championship has begun. The final match between India and New Zealand will be played in Southampton from 18 to 22 June. Many former veteran players have predicted the WTC finals. In this episode, the name of former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee is also included. Lee believes New Zealand will prevail in the final. Explaining the reason behind this, Lee said the Kiwis used to play under conditions favorable to swing bowling and that they could benefit from it.

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Lee told the ICC’s official website: ‘I think both teams are the same. However, I am looking forward to playing in similar conditions at home in New Zealand. Conditions may be favorable for fast bowlers and swing bowlers. I think ears can benefit here. As for batting, both teams have batsmen who can play swing bowling. But the role of the bowlers is great and I think any team that bowls well will win the final.

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The final also sees the competition between Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson’s different leadership styles. An experienced fast bowler, Kane is a more conservative leader. He has a good understanding of cricket. I was impressed by his calm nature. He is a conservative captain but will attack whenever necessary. He is patient and it works for him and his team. If you look at Kohli, he is an offensive leader. There was no right or wrong answer in either case as I played with conservative and aggressive leaders.

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