Twitterati Erupts as ICC Begins One-month Countdown For WTC Final

Twitterati Erupts as ICC Begins One-month Countdown For WTC Final
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Twitterati erupts as ICC Begins One-month Countdown For WTC Final

The prestigious inaugural ICC World Test Championship Final is all set to begin from June 18 between the top two sides – Team India vs New Zealand. Every cricketing fan is excited and waiting to witness this mega event.Twitterati Erupts as ICC Begins One-month Countdown For WTC Final

Recently, ICC has tweeted a picture on their Twitter handle stating –The countdown is ON, We’re exactly one month out from the start of the #WTC21 

This event is probably going to be one of the biggest ones in the red ball history. And adding to that ICC has begun a month count down to the mega cricketing event.

And right after the ICC tweet – Fans have clearly stated how excited they are for this clash.

Here are the Reactions:

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NZ’s Squad:

Kane Williamson (captain), Tom Blundell, Trent Boult, Tim Southee, Doug Bracewell, Devon Conway, Colin de Grandhomme, Jacob Duffy, Matt Henry, Kyle Jamieson, Tom Latham, Daryl Mitchell, Henry Nicholls, Ajaz Patel, Rachin Ravindra, Mitchell Santner, Ross Taylor, Neil Wagner, BJ Watling, and Will Young.


India Squad:

Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (Captain), Ajinkya Rahane (vice-captain), Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (wicket-keeper), R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, Washington Sundar, Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma, Mohd. Shami, Md. Ssouiraj, Shardul Thakur, Umesh Yadav, KL Rahul (subject to fitness clearance), Wriddhiman Saha (wicket-keeper; subject to fitness clearance).

Standby players:

Abhimanyu Easwaran, Prasidh Krishna, Avesh Khan, Arzan Nagwaswalla

Both the teams look solid on paper but when it comes to conditions, Kiwis have an upper hand over India because the conditions at England are pretty much similar to New Zealand where the pitches are slow and low and the conditions are often windy, overcast. It would an added advantage for New Zealand.



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