Yuvraj Singh told, who has the upper hand between India and New Zealand in WTC Final

New Delhi. The World Test Championship final is to be played between India and New Zealand from June 18 to June 22. Earlier, many legendary cricketers have predicted the winner of WTC. Now the former all-rounder of Team India, Yuvraj Singh has told that in which case the Indian team is stronger than New Zealand.

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India’s batting is strong
Yuvraj Singh said that the Indian team’s batting is stronger than New Zealand, captained by Kane Williamson. He said that I believe that the Indian team is strong because in the last few years we have won outside the country. I think our batting is strong and we are on par with them in bowling.

Rohit Sharma very experienced
Yuvi said that Team India’s opener batsman Rohit Sharma is very experienced. He has also scored 7 Test centuries. Out of these, he has scored 4 centuries as an opener batsman. But Rohit and Shubman Gill have never opened an innings in England before, so they will have to figure out the conditions as soon as possible. Because the deux ball swings in the beginning.

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Shubman Gill has to bat hard
Yuvraj said that in England the ball swings according to the season. As a batsman if you adjust to these things then you can be successful. Shubman impressed in his first Test series in Australia. Now he will have to bat in the same way in England. India also has to play a five-Test series against England on this tour, which starts on August 4.

Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.

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