WTC Final: India Is Prepared To Face The Kiwis In All Aspects- Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Singh About WTC Final 2021
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It was well-known that India has done an outstanding job at home and overcame the top ranks for Test Cricket teams such as Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, and most recently England. But every cricket fan and analyst has in mind how well they do elsewhere. Twice in their backyard, Australia was defeated and West Indies silenced opponents. let’s discuss Yuvraj Singh About WTC Final 2021.

With the exception of a Test series victory in South Africa, India has now defeated the remaining SENA countries at their home. Millions of people now have hope ahead of the much-anticipated ICC World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand. The high-profile match will take place in Southampton.

Former India allrounder Yuvraj Singh, along with other experts, believes India can defeat New Zealand in the summit battle, which begins on June 18. Yuvraj’s confidence derives from the fact that India has covered all bases and can handle any situation with pace and swing.

Yuvraj Singh About WTC Final 2021

“I think it’s a very good idea to take Test cricket to the next level, I feel India is very strong because India has performed brilliantly on overseas tours, won twice in Australia. I think India has a belief that they can win anywhere, but the conditions in England are different, I am sure India should beat New Zealand,” Yuvraj Singh told Aaj Tak.

In the early part of the 2020 WTC season, India only lost a series to New Zealand. With the exception of a little setback, India has easily defeated other best teams and ended first with 520 points. The Blackcaps, on the other side, have dominated teams at home and won five series. The two teams are now competing in Southampton’s Ageas Bowl.

While Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Kyle Jamieson, and Matt Henry lead New Zealand’s bowling attack, India also has Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Shami, and Mohammed Siraj. While the pitch has attracted everyone’s interest in what will be on play, India is prepared to face the Kiwis in all aspects.

Also read: “I Realise What Works For Me, But The Fire Inside Is Burning All The Time”: Jasprit Bumrah


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