The Rohit Sharma-drove Indian cricket crew will take on the Pat Cummins-drove Australian cricket crew with an eye on its most memorable ICC title in 10 years
The beginning day of the World Test Title is at long last here. The Rohit Sharma-drove Indian cricket crew will take on the Pat Cummins-drove Australian cricket crew with an eye on its most memorable ICC title in 10 years.
The venue for the match is The Oval. Team India has participated in 14 Test matches at the venue, winning two, losing three, and drawing seven.
Just before the game, India star Dinesh Karthik, who will commentate for the game, shared a picture of the Oval pitch, the idea of which will eventually choose the playing XI of the groups.
“For the #WTCFinal, the pitch is ready! The grass is 6mm today, as opposed to 9mm yesterday, making it slightly browner.
If you won the toss, what would you pick? In a tweet, Karthik wrote.
Sachin Tendulkar is of the opinion that the Indian team would be quite content to play in the World Test Championship 2023 final at the Oval, London, following their impressive performance at the stadium.
The Indian squad would not have forgotten the last time they played there since experiences like these linger with you for a very long time.
Good memories linger a long time, and they played well and won the game.
The “Master Blaster” clarified the most contentious discussion on the use of two spinners on the internet and among former cricketers. He claims that including spinners will finally pay off.
So spinners will play a small role; it doesn’t have to be a turning track all the time because spinners sometimes rely heavily on bounce and sometimes off the pitch and the little bit of zip they get in overhead conditions.
Everything relies upon the sparkling side of the ball, assuming they can get that float, they can make the ball talk in the air without the pitch becoming possibly the most important factor.
As a result, India will have a good time at the Oval,” Tendulkar added.