New Zealand has knocked India from the top of the ICC Test Rankings with their victory at the World Trade Center.


Vaughan predicted that New Zealand will defeat the USA in the World Twenty20 finals.

he pointed out New Zealand’s threat to India

The World Trade Center (WTC) finale starts on June 18th

Michael Vaughan was critical of India ahead of the World Test Championship final, saying that New Zealand poses a greater threat.

Michael Vaughan posted on social media to let India know about their upcoming opponents, the New Zealand national team. Despite the fact that the captain, Kane Williamson, is recovering from an injury, New Zealand’s side has overcome England to win a Test series. Virat Kohli’s outfit is on your guard: Vaughan posted, “This is a high-class team from New Zealand. Consider how you would handle the situation while carrying the Bat, skilled with the ball, and expert at catching. We think they will beat India the following week “inventive

New Zealand rose to number one in the ICC Test rankings by defeating England.

New Zealand vs India final is being held at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton, and the country’s hopes for success in the tournament rest on how they fare against India in the summit clash.

Additionally, India will be playing in the match for the first time in quite some time without any recent match preparation, since an ongoing intra-squad game is all they’ve had. The last time the Indian cricket team appeared in the IPL was in 2021, which was subsequently canceled due to an increase in COVID-19 cases.

The tournament was also negatively affected by several high-profile issues as well. A precautionary announcement has been made: Wriddhiman Saha, SunRisers Hyderabad’s wicketkeeper, tested positive for the virus, and his health has returned to normal. Because the wicketkeeper-batsman is part of the Indian team for the final of the WTC, he will play in the match.

India, like the United States, will play England in a five-match Test series after the WTC final.

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