WTC Final 2021: Michael Bevan questions Kane Williamson’s poor form, New Zealand’s number one batsman able to win without scoring

The final of the World Test Championships is just days away. The eyes of the entire world cricket on the final match between India and New Zealand at Southampton. Kiwis captain Kane Williamson’s walk is crucial if New Zealand are to beat a strong team like India in the final. However, the form of Williamson on the foreign ground has been so poor in recent times that he has not even managed to score a fifty. Meanwhile, former Australian cricketer Michael Bevan, who shares his poor stats with Williamson, asked if New Zealand could beat India in the final without scoring the number one batsman.

Michael Bevan shares Kane Williamson’s latest stats on a foreign ground, in which it can be clearly seen that Williamson’s bat has been completely silent over the past 11 innings. At this point, Williamson could not even hit a half century and his maximum score was 34 runs. Williamson was a flop in both innings of the first Test against England at Lord’s and was able to score only 13 runs in the first innings and 1 in the second. In such a situation, it will be very interesting to see how Williamson performs ahead of India’s strong bowling attack.

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New Zealand’s middle order batsmen were disappointing in the first innings of the Test match against England. In the first innings, the team lost 4 wickets for just 6 runs. Except for debutants Devon Conway and Henry Nichols, none of the Kiwi batsmen failed to make a mark. Veteran batsman Ross Taylor could only score 14 in the first innings and 33 in the second innings. However, Tim Southee and Kyle Jamison have influenced bowling.

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