New Zealand vice-captain Tom Latham said Friday that his team’s selection will not make much difference as the rain cancels the opening day of the World Test final against India. The first day of the World Test Championship (WTC) was stopped without rain due to rain on Friday. An additional day is set for this match, with the first day of play starting Saturday.
When Latham was asked what would change the team’s selection due to the cancellation of the first day’s game, he said in a virtual press conference, “Probably not. “Obviously with the extra day, we will be playing five full days,” he said. Whatever the circumstances, I think it is a matter of waiting and watching that we have to adapt to it and be ready whenever we call.
India’s fielding coach Sridhar says there will be no change in the XV final
“We have not yet confirmed the playing XI. I’m sure Ken (Williamson) and (Gary) Steed will have some plans. We have to wait for the cover to rise so we get a chance to play.
New Zealand have not yet announced the playing XI due to the toss, but India have selected the XI for the final. Both teams can make changes before tossing, so both are in the same position. India has chosen the playing XI, which may change before tossing, so we have to wait.
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