“There are many big challenges ahead of Team India in the final of the World Test Championship,” Ajit Agarkar said

Everyone is eagerly waiting for the final of the World Test Championships. The eyes of the entire world cricket on the final match between India and New Zealand at Southampton. Many former players have described New Zealand as their favorite player in the WTC finals. It is believed that the Kiwi team will also take advantage of the two-Test series against England. In such a situation, Virat Kohli’s army will have to play good cricket to win over Kane Williamson. Former India cricketer Ajit Agarkar has said what challenges Team India might face in the final.

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Talking to Star Sports, Agarkar said, ‚ÄúThere is certainly a lot of variety. All I have to say is when you look at Kyle Jamieson he is tall and presents a different kind of challenge. Both Boult and Southee bowled, the right-handed batsman getting one ball inside and the other out. And then Neil Wagner, when nothing happens, everything looks flat, so you know, Wagner comes and does something and he is known for that. So the challenges are different. The second thing that goes in his favor is the conditions, because you play in England, it’s the same as New Zealand. So Duke gets a little easier with the ball and it turns out to be the same either way. So there are lots of challenges.

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Agarkar said, ‘The challenges are greater because India has not had Test cricket for some time. After the tour of Australia, the team never played any Test cricket on foreign ground. Australian conditions were completely different. So this is a big challenge. That is why I believe that preparation is the key to victory. According to him, Team India skipper Virat Kohli will score more runs in the WTC final. However, he has said New Zealand will definitely prevail in the final.

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