Legendary Kiwi player Richard Hadley replied: “Which team is the favorite in the final of the World Test Championships?”

New Zealand cricket legend Sir Richard Hadley believes it is very difficult to select a favorite team between India and New Zealand in the ICC World Test Championship final next month, but he is keen to match the two best batting and bowling units. Cricket. Hadley said the waiting winter situation may be in New Zealand’s favor, though the match will decide which team is better prepared and adapted quickly.

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He said, ‘The whole matter will be decided by who is better prepared and adapted to the conditions of England as soon as possible. The weather also plays a role here, and if the weather is cool it will favor New Zealand. The cricket legend is ‘suited to the Duke Ball’ fast bowlers, especially the Natural Swing bowlers and New Zealand are doing well with Southey, Bolt and Jamieson in this category. If the ball revolves around the pitch, the batsmen of both teams face a challenge. Both teams have top-class batsmen, so it’s interesting to see. It is very difficult to choose a winner at this stage.

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Hadley said, “The Test Championship is a match. Of course it’s the final, but I don’t think any team will put too much pressure on it. It is a neutral place, in which both teams have no home advantage. We are eagerly awaiting this match. It is noteworthy that the WTC Finals will take place between India and New Zealand on June 18 to 22, in which the two leading batsmen and captains in the world, Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson will compete against each other, but will also face top-level bowling and batting.

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