Will Australia beat Team India in the WTC final? Why is Smith so confident

WTC 2023 Finale: The final match of the ICC World Test Championship will be played between India and Australia from June 7. Cricket fans around the world are watching for the biggest match in Test history. However, the victory has already been taken by the vice-captain of the Australian team, Steve Smith. Steve Smith has said two days before the match that he is confident of defeating India in the WTC final.

Actually, the real reason for Steve Smith’s victory is that the final match will take place in England. England bowling proves useful for fast bowlers. Indian batsmen have often been seen struggling on bowls that are useful to fast bowlers. Therefore, this match is also seen as a battle between Indian batsmen and Australian bowlers.

With this, Australia’s main order looks much better than India’s. Except for Warner, Australian batsmen have scored a lot during the WTC Championship. Khawaja has made a great comeback in the team as a starter. Labushen and Smith continually score runs on big occasions for the team. Travis Head and Green also hit dangerously. Carey has also played many top innings for the Australian team over the past two years.

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On the other hand, the middle order of Team India does not seem so strong. Pujara has been unable to play big innings in Test cricket for the last five years. Rahane was dropped from the squad due to poor performance. Due to Iyer’s injury, he returns to the team after two years. Bharat hasn’t impressed with his hitting.

Australia have such a bowling attack that they may prove Smith’s point correct. Cummins has proven to be the number one bowler in Test cricket in the last 5 years. Bowlers have that bowling ability that may worry Indian batsmen. Indian batsmen have a poor record against the left arm fast bowler. That is why Starc’s role will also be very important. Playing 11

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