WTC Final: These Team India players will go to England

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World Trade Center End: Six IPL teams are now out i.e. these teams are out of the title race but the competition between the four teams will still go on. Any of the four teams can win the trophy. Meanwhile, the players from the six now-vacant teams selected in the Indian squad for the World Test Championship final will be leaving soon. The Indian team will soon leave for England for the 2023 WTC Finals, where India and Australia will meet on The Oval course.

Players who have played IPL will go to England for the WTC final

Virat Kohli, former captain of the India team and who plays for RCB in IPL, is reported to be leaving for England soon. Akshar Patel playing for Delhi Capitals with him, Ravichandran Ashwin playing for Rajasthan Royals, Shardul Thakur playing for KKR, Mohammad Siraj playing for RCB, Umesh Yadav and Jaydev Unadkat playing for KKR will leave for England on Tuesday. Along with this team, there will also be the head coach of the Indian team, Rahul Dravid, who will lead the team. On the other hand, if we talk about the rest of the players, then the remaining players, they will go to England after the end of the IPL with the captain Rohit Sharma, there will be players like Ravindra Jadeja, whose teams will meet. playing in IPL now. The second Indian team is believed to depart on May 29 i.e. after the IPL final on May 28. There is also news that Aniket Chowdhary, Akash Deep, Yara Prithviraj are going to England as net bowlers, so that Indian batsmen can practice properly.

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Cheteshwar Pujara is already playing county cricket in England

The World Test Championship final will be played between India and Australia from June 7. For this, Cheteshwar Pujara is already in England and is playing county cricket there. Now a few more players will get there. Although the final match will end on June 11, if there is an interruption due to rain, the match can also be held on June 12. Team India will try to end the ICC trophy drought that has been going on for almost ten years and once again bring home the title. However, this journey is not going to be easy for the Indian team. The Indian team will have to push Andy Choti.

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