The final of the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Test Championships will be played between India and New Zealand exactly one month from today. The match will be played in Southampton, before which the New Zealand cricket team will play a two-match Test series against England, followed by a five-Test series against England. New Zealand captain Ken Williamson has spoken about this final match. He described it as a big challenge.
“Playing against India is a big challenge,” Williamson said in a video released on the ICC’s Twitter. “It’s exciting to play in the finals and if you win it will be the icing on the cake,” he said. Asked about the championship, he said: ‘The matches at the World Test Championships were very interesting. The India Australia series or our series against Pakistan was very competitive. New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner acknowledged that India has good fast bowlers to take advantage of England’s conditions, but that the wickets can be flat at any time.
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🗣 “It’s really exciting to participate in the finals, obviously better than winning.”
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He said, ‘India has good fast bowlers and they have performed well in different conditions. They can swing the ball, but the sun can cause the wicket to flatten, which does not help them. Wagner said, “Things change fast in England, so I’m not thinking much.” What to think about things that are out of control. “It is a great experience for the country to play in the World Test Championship final,” said Indian batsman Hanuma Vihari, who plays for Warwickshire County, England.
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He said, ‘I’m thrilled but don’t want to get carried away in the great light of the match. It is always a great experience to play for India as a player. Most New Zealanders have reached Britain, where they will play a two-Test series against the hosts from June 2. The Indian team will arrive here in the first week of June.