Virat Kohli
The World Test Championship final will be held on June 18 in Southampton, England, as India will play New Zealand.


Virat Kohli said ahead of the WTC final that India and New Zealand “are on equal terms”

Kohli noted that Southampton’s conditions do not help any team

India will face New Zealand in the final of the inaugural World Test Championship, which will be held from June 18.

As far as World Test Championship final conditions are concerned, Kohli said that India will be taking the flight to the UK on Thursday and expecting to be “on equal terms” with New Zealand.

Virat Kohli, on Wednesday, said that the conditions in Southampton for the World Test Championship (WTC) final are about equal between India and New Zealand. In the final match of the season, the final will be played at the Hampshire Bowl on June 18, and the Indians will depart for their five-Test series against England, which includes two Tests in the UK, on Wednesday. “England’s climate conditions are as good for us as those in New Zealand. Before boarding the flight, we’re going to believe that we’re on equal ground. In general, a better Test cricketer will triumph in Test cricket “Kohli was making the trip to the United States via virtual press conference.

The second Test of a two-Test series in England, at Lord’s, began on Wednesday. The Edgbaston test is planned to finish only four days ahead of the WTC final, on June 14th.

However, Kohli commented that even though New Zealand had recent game time in England just before the final, they didn’t hold an advantage over the Indians.

“We’ve played in England before. the desire and hunger to be present we have no concerns about practicing for just four days leading up to the finals “Kohli was quoted as saying

The Indians Ajinkya Rahane, Umesh Yadav, and Ishant Sharma all agreed that the stakes could not have been higher than a World Cup final.

“We have accumulated all the hard work we’ve done since the last five to six years,” Kohli stated.

“To sum up the entire debate, each team will be moving from one bubble to another, where bubble cricket has a direct impact on the mental health of players,” said Kohli.

Players find it difficult to remain motivated when they move from one bio-bubble to another.

“to be contained within a defined space (will be difficult). This will involve mental health issues. There is no such thing as a disconnected state of mind in a game.”

Following the World Trade Center final, the team will face England, who won their most recent four-Test series over India by a 4-1 margin. In Australia, England has now won Test series in back-to-back tours on foreign soil, a situation which could mean the end of their overseas dominance.

Kohli replied: “No, it’s not quite like that.” “Not by any means is this the final frontier for us in England. Our goal is to stay number one for years to come. For us, it’s about maintaining the standard and not letting ourselves down “he replied.

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