The cricket world is waiting for the final of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand. Many predictions and assessments have been made in this regard. Australia’s opening batsman David Warner has added another assessment to the list. The Australian left-arm batsman has made an opinion that gives priority to the Indian team.
The star was talking about India’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. Warner said that Jadeja has a good record against left-handed batsmen in cricket and therefore Jadeja will water down New Zealand’s left-handed batsmen.
‘Ravindra Jadeja bowls well against left-handed batsmen. I think two Indian spinners will be a big challenge for the New Zealand batsmen, ”said Warner in an interview.
India, with a strong star squad, are confident of reaching the final of the recent series. India’s strength is the bowlers who can shine on any ground. The all-round performance of R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja will also be crucial for India. Ashwin has excelled in the recent Border Gavaskar Trophy in Australia and the India-England Test series in India.
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Despite the favorable pace in England, the two players may join the Indian team together. All the previous players had the same opinion. The fact that both of them can bat well will enhance the batting strength of the team. Like Jadeja, Ashwin has a good record against left-handers.
Considering the record of both, opener Devon Conway is the left-handed batsman in the New Zealand line-up. Another of their leading batsmen, Tom Latham, is also a left-hander. The duo will open the New Zealand innings together. So it should come as no surprise that Kohli will try to break the Kiwis’ opening partnership by bringing down the spinners earlier. We have seen that Kohli has been bowled by Ashwin many times before. In addition to their openers in the Kiwis line-up, their wicket-keeper Henry Nichols is also a left-handed batsman.
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India will not have the experience to compete in England, but it will not be easy for New Zealand to win. The Indian bowlers who come to bowl for India on pitch-assisted pitches in England are also in good form. The pace squad, which includes Ishant Sharma, Jaspreet Bumra, Umesh Yadav, Mohammad Shami, Mohammad Siraj and Shardul Thakur, is sure to pose a big challenge to New Zealand. India’s chances of winning the Test Championship are high if they understand the situation and shine in India’s batting line-up.
Ravindra Jadeja would give nightmares to Kiwi left handers, David Warner comes up with a warning to the Kiwi batters