WTC Final: Not Virat Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara or Rohit Sharma, this Indian batsman will be targeted by Kiwi bowlers

The final of the ICC World Test Championship will be played between India and New Zealand in Southampton from 18 to 22 June. New Zealand cricket bowling coach Shane Jಗ್rgensen has said which Indian batsman will remain a target for Kiwi bowlers. Funnyly, Jorgensen does not name Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane or Cheteshwar Pujara. He said Rishabh Pant was the target of the Kiwi bowlers. Rishabh Pant played brilliantly on the tour of Australia and was instrumental in winning the Team India 2–1 Test series.

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During a conversation with The Telegraph, Jಗ್rgensen said, “Rishabh Pant is a very dangerous player. He can turn the game around at any time. We have seen how he performed in Australia and England. He said, “Our bowlers have to focus on their strategy, it’s difficult for the punter to run. He plays fast and it’s hard to stop him. We have to take care of it.”

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India recently finished in the final of the World Test Championship with a 3–1 win over England. The Kiwi team will play a two-match Test series against England before this historic match, which will give them a little extra time to adapt themselves to the conditions here. Speaking of India, the team will travel to England on June 2.

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