Who can prove that Virat, Bumrah, Rohit or Ashwin are the winners for India in the WTC final? Monty Panesar gave his opinion

The final of the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Test Championship (WTC) will be played between India and New Zealand on June 18 in Southampton. Everyone is eagerly waiting for this historic match. Former England spinner Monty Panesar thinks Team India’s pace batter (Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Mohammad Siraj and Ishant Sharma) will be the best choice for Team India in the WTC finals. To win the game. Ashwin’s performance has been better than Asian pitches. Ashwin is the only bowler in his 143-year history to dismiss 200 left-handed batsmen.

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“There are many left-handed batsmen in the New Zealand Test squad, so it will not be easy for Ashwin to play,” Panesar said. ‘I think New Zealand are a good team and Conway (Devon) has batted well against England. He has plenty of left-handed batsmen in his squad, so I’m sure Ashwin will be Team India’s first choice as spinner. What people think in England, I think New Zealand is a better team. They are like the No. 1 team in the world.

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He said, ‘This Test match between India and New Zealand is very exciting. It is not easy for India. But given the weather and the number of left-handed batsmen in New Zealand, Ashwin could be the winner in this final. I think Ashwin makes the difference, Tim Southey is on a good farm and he can make a difference for New Zealand. If Ashwin’s left-hander can be expelled from New Zealand cheaply, the Kiwis may be in trouble and if Ashwin can’t do it, the pressure on fast bowlers will increase. If Ashwin performs in India in this match, India will prove to be a strong team.

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