Saba Kareem says Team India can take advantage of this weakness in New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship

Countdown to the World Test Championship final has begun. The final match between India and New Zealand will be played in Southampton from 18 to 22 June. New Zealand are currently playing a two-Test series against England and many former players believe it will benefit the team in the final. In the first Test at Lord’s, the middle order of the Kiwi team fell ill in the first innings and the team lost four wickets in 6 runs. Former India cricketer Saba Karim said Team India could take advantage of New Zealand’s weak middle-order weakness in the WTC final.

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Speaking to India News, Saba said, “There are problems with both teams. New Zealand’s middle-order looks very weak. Kane Williamson is a good player. Each team realizes that New Zealand can bowl quickly after the wicket. Commenting on the selection of the Kiwi team in the first Test against England, the former Indian cricketer said: ‘I am surprised by the combination of this team in New Zealand. He has fed Colin de Grandhomme as the fifth bowler despite three speeds and a spin bowler. Because of this their moderate order looks very weak.

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Thanks to Devon Conway’s spectacular double century, New Zealand scored 378 in the first innings. Conway debuted in Test cricket and set many records for batting at best. He was the highest run-scorer in England. In addition, he became the first batsman to score a double century in his debut at Lord’s. The third day of the Test was washed away by rain. Team India has reached England to play the WTC Final and is completing its quarantine.

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