Kiwi all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme told India that it is difficult for India to select an XI team to play in the final

The IPL 2021 has been postponed due to the second wave of Kovid 19 in India. Along with this, everyone is now eyeing the final of the World Test Championships between India and New Zealand in Southampton in June. The Indian team looks very strong on paper. But the New Zealand team cannot be underestimated. New Zealand all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme believes Virat Kohli is a big headache to play.

Kiwi all-rounder Colin de Grandho wrote on the ICC’s Twitter account that players from all over India can cover all categories. This is because India has got many good seam bowlers and spinners nowadays. So in my view, he has eleven tough choices to play. The final of the World Test Championships will be held from June 18 to June 22. June 23 is designated as a reserve day.

Notably, the final of the World Test Championships was first played at the historic Lord’s Ground. But it was transferred to Southampton in view of Kovid 19. India reached the final of the World Test Championships after defeating England 3–1 in a four-Test series before the IPL.

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Many New Zealand players are playing in the IPL at this time. He is expected to tour England at the same time. Kiwi all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme is away from international cricket due to injury. He is expected to be fit for the series against England in May-June.