WTC final: Conditions are more favorable for New Zealand than for India, says Pat Cummins

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Three weeks before the final of the World High-Voltage Test Championship between India and New Zealand in Southampton, fans of both nations are enjoying their chances to win the trophy for the first time.

The final match could not be more appropriate that country number 1 (India) and number 2 will face each other in the biggest final in a neutral place in the Rose Bowl on June 18.

While many cricket experts have already chosen their favorites for the draw. Australian peacock Pat Cumminswhile chatting with fans on his YouTube channel, he felt that it was raining a lot in England and that would make New Zealand closer to home than India.

“It’s going to be a good game. There’s been a lot of rain in England and in terms of conditions it’s closer to New Zealand. It’s going to be interesting because both teams haven’t played a test game in a few months. It’s a one-off, so anything can happen. But the conditions would suit New Zealand better than India, “he said.

It is also worth noting that New Zealand has already reached the place a week ago and will have more time to adapt to the situation than the team India, which is due to reach England on June 2 and will again be quarantined upon reaching.



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