WTC final: The absence of ‘this’ player is a big loss for India, reaction of the former BCCI coach

The final match of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand will begin on June 18 in England. Both teams have announced their final roster of players.

The Indian cricket team has made great strides to reach the final of the ICC World Trials Championship. India will face New Zealand in the final, which is at the top of the ICC rankings. Both teams are working out their strategies for this crucial match. Meanwhile, former BCCI coach Venkatapathy Raju has said that the absence of all-rounder Hardik Pandya could lead to a big loss for the Indian team. (Team India will miss rider Hardik Pandya in the final of the ICC World Trials Championship, says Venkatapathy Raju)

Hardik was left out of the squad for the final between India and New Zealand. The Ravindra Jadeja off-road has had the opportunity to replace it. Jadeja excels at batting and bowling. However, Jadeja is a spinner and India will need a fast all-rounder like Hardik, Raju said.

Hardik’s performance matters

“New Zealand has a lot of offroads,” Raju told SportKirda. His hitting is strong. His all-rounder Kyle Jamieson throws a red ball. He has done well against India, the West Indies and Pakistan. So New Zealand has a good off-roader, but India has an off-roader. Hardik will definitely miss him, as he is doing well in foreign lands. ”

India’s mission against Kiwi is 72 hours

The strategy of cricket matches is probably drawn while practicing on the field. However, the India team (Inidan Cricket Team) will prepare for the final match of the World Trials Championship in a closed room. To do this, the team has prepared a ‘secret plan’. According to the plan, the entire team will remain in a closed room for 72 hours to learn about all the strategies of the New Zealand players. At this time the method of play of each player will be studied.

If the WTC final is tied or tied…?

The ICC has announced the playing conditions for the final. In the event of a tie or tie, both teams will receive the trophy as joint winners, the ICC said. In addition, June 23 has been kept as a reserved day. If it is not possible to play 30 hours in the first five days, a reserve day will be used.

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