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WTC Final: Team that wins World Test Championship will get so many crores, ICC announced

The final match of the ICC World Test Championship will be played between India and New Zealand in Southampton from June 18 to 22.

WTC Final Team that wins World Test Championship will get

The winning team that won the title of the World Test Championship (WTC Final) between India and New Zealand to be held from June 18 will be heavily rained. The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday announced the prize money for the finalists. The ICC has announced that the team that wins the World Test Championship title will get around Rs 12 crore, while the runner-up team will get around Rs 6 crore.

Let us inform that the final match of WTC between India and New Zealand is to be played in Southampton from 18 to 22 June. Both the teams have reached England and are busy in strengthening their preparations.

According to the ICC, if the WTC final ends in a draw, then the total amount will be divided equally between the two teams. The third-ranked team in the points table of the World Test Championship will get around Rs four crore. At the same time, about Rs 2.5 crore will be given to the team at number four.

The first World Test Championship began on August 1, 2019, with India topping the points table and qualifying for the final, while New Zealand claimed the second spot.

India made their place in the final after defeating England 3-1 in the home Test series, while New Zealand’s team got a direct final entry after the Test series between South Africa and Australia was canceled.

Ahead of his flight to England, skipper Virat Kohli said that he is not worried about his team’s limited preparation for the WTC final against New Zealand, as he believes the experience of playing in England in the past gives him an essential understanding of the situation. is. India will take on New Zealand in Southampton from June 18 in this prestigious final.

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