Gundappa Viswanath says Mohammed Siraj will perform in WTC finals

There is less than 10 days left for the final of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand. Former Indian batsman Gundappa Vishwanath believes that India may be the number one team but it should not be taken lightly. On June 3 the Indian team reached Southampton. After three days of quarantine, Team India has started preparations for the final from June 18.

In a conversation with the Times of India, Gundappa Viswanath said India and New Zealand will play the Test in a neutral venue for the first time. The atmosphere in this game is different. Gundappa Vishwanath has said that the final match of the World Test Championship against New Zealand will be between Indian bowlers and New Zealand batsmen. India’s bowling is very strong at the moment. Shami, Bumrah, Siraj and Ishant are all in good condition. Siraj did a great job in Australia. I am sure they will once again do a fantastic job for Virat Kohli in the final. It is noteworthy that Siraj, who took 13 wickets in the tour of Australia, bowled spectacularly and played a big part in the team’s victory.

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Viswanath has named India as their favorite team for the WTC Final. He said India won at home and away. For this reason, India will prevail over New Zealand and it will be a thrilling match. The series wins against Australia and England will boost India’s confidence and make a strong showing in the WTC final. New Zealand will also join the bio-bubble of the WTC final after completing a two-Test series against England. New Zealand will play the second match of the two-Test series against England in Edgbaston starting June 10. At the same time, India will play a five-match Test series against England from August after the final match of the World Test Championship.

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