Gavaskar said that Indian batsmen will not face swing problem as long as the weather is humid. Gavaskar said, ‘India had to face trouble in New Zealand.’
New Delhi: Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar has said that India should win the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand from Friday as they have more impressive players. Gavaskar told the Times of India, ‘In my view it is an equal contest. Some believe that New Zealand have played the first two Test matches (won the two-match Test series 1-0 with England) and it will benefit them.
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Gavaskar said, ‘But on the other hand India will be eager to play the match and at the same time they will be completely fresh after being away from the game for a month. India has more players to make an impact with bat and ball, so I think India should win the match.
weather will be a big challenge
Gavaskar said that Indian batsmen will not face swing problem as long as the weather is humid. Gavaskar said, ‘India had to face trouble in New Zealand, but when the weather is not damp and cold, the Indian team can cope with the swing in England very well.’
Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja’s role will be big
Gavaskar also said that Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja can play an important role in this match with the ball as well as with the bat. The former captain said, ‘Both will have to play an important role in this match. It is also a matter of great pleasure to see the big improvement in the batting of both. With this, Rishabh Pant can bat at number six, which can give opportunities to two all-rounders and fast bowlers.