India and Australia will play in the second final of the ICC World Test Championship. It will be a huge match that starts on June 7 at the Oval in London. New Zealand beat India in the final match of the WTC 2021 at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. The Kiwis won by eight wickets and became the first-ever winner. Australia had the most points in the 2021–23 cycle, with 66.67 points percent (PCT) from 19 Test matches. India, on the other hand, qualified for the title match with 58.8 PCT after beating Australia 2-1 at home in the Border–Gavaskar Trophy series, which just ended.
Some of India’s biggest stars, like Virat Kohli, Pujara, Shardul Thakur, and Mohammed Siraj, went to England before the IPL 2023 playoffs and got there early. Players like Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Shubman Gill, and Mohammed Shami also joined the team after playing in the T20 event playoffs.
Cheteshwar Pujara, a senior bowler for India, said on Monday that he thinks the team has a good chance of winning the World Test Championship final, which starts on June 7. He talked about all the things the guys have been doing to get ready for the game. Indian batters are used to playing in English conditions, which Pujara said gave him confidence.
Australia and us have played a lot of cricket: Pujara
“We’ve done a lot of work to get ready, so this time we hope to make it. Most of the guys here have played enough cricket, and some of them have even played at the County level. And you need that knowledge. “We know each other’s strengths, and we’ve played a lot of cricket against Australia, so we know what to expect from the other team,” Pujara told the ICC.
At the Oval, India will count on their senior hitter to score big runs against Australia’s top-notch pace attack. India would want to remember that they beat England here in their last Test match, which took place in 2021. Pujara is the Indian star who is best prepared for the WTC final. After India’s last Test series, the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, he worked on his red-ball game.