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ICC WTC Final 2021: Indian bowlers ready to put their full force in the WTC final

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Southampton, June 11: India’s bowlers believe that reaching the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) is the result of two years of hard work and never giving up and the team is looking forward to the match against New Zealand from June 18 to 22 here. Will put all his might. Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin told bcci.tv (official website of the Indian Cricket Board) that the New Zealand team will benefit from playing two Test matches against England before this match, but the Indian team will have to adjust to the conditions to deal with this challenge. Will have to sit Fast bowlers Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma compared it to the ODI World Cup and said that the team will have to give 110 percent.

Ashwin said on New Zealand’s tour of England, “I hope that the New Zealand team will come to us with a well-planned and brilliant preparation. He has definitely benefited after playing two Tests, so we have to adapt to him.” Ishant, the only player in the team to have experience of 100 Test matches, described the journey of the last two years for WTC as emotional saying that Kovid- Due to 19, the team reaching here in the changed circumstances is the result of great effort.

“It has been a very emotional journey, this is an ICC tournament that is as big as the 50-over World Cup final,” he said.

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He said, “Virat has said earlier also that this is not the result of one month but two years of continuous hard work. We were under pressure after the change in rules due to Kovid-19, we had to work very hard. Was to win 3–1 (or 2–0) against England. Shami said that the performance of the team in the absence of experienced bowlers after the Adelaide Test in Australia is commendable. “Now it is about giving my 110 per cent. It is like our last attempt after two years of hard work. It is necessary that we make a double effort in this.

He said, “The best moment for us came in Australia, in the absence of senior bowlers, the youngsters did a great job. It is also a learning process and it gives confidence. He set a standard.” Ishant also agreed with Shami. He said, “After that tour, there was a belief in the team that we can come back from any situation. It was a moment to take Indian cricket to the next level. I was not a part of that series but it gave a lot of confidence.” Ashwin said the concept of WTC has increased the importance of Test cricket and he would like to play more Tests at neutral venues.

He said, “In all these years we have never played a Test at a neutral venue. The conditions will be almost the same for both the teams. Shami supported Ashwin’s views, saying that the role of weather in England will be very important. He said, “Both teams will play on foreign soil, it will be a good match and neither team will get the advantage of the home environment.” Ashwin said, “When you talk about the conditions in England, it is said That ‘circumstances (weather) are the most important’. It is sometimes jokingly said that in England you should think about covering the clouds instead of covering the ground.

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Ishant said that one has to bowl differently here. He said, “In India, the ball gets old quickly and reverse swing is available but here the ball has to be tapped forward to swing.” He said, “Someone has to take the responsibility of maintaining the shine of the ball. If it is done properly then it will help the fast bowlers.

(This is an unedited and auto-generated story from a syndicated news feed, likely not modified or edited by the latest staff)

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UEFA Euro Cup 2020: Today will be a great match in Euro Cup, Croatia has not lost the first match in Euro Cup yet

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New Delhi: Every day competition is being seen in the Euro Cup. The first match on the third day of the Euro Cup is England (England) and Croatia (Croatia) will be played between England’s team has reached this tournament with 6 consecutive wins. It has not been easy for England to face Croatia in the big tournament. In the semi-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup (FIFA WC 2018), Croatia defeated England. England then avenged this defeat in the Nations Cup. In big tournaments, Croatia has often been performing better than its potential. UEFA Euro Cup 2020: Italy beat Turkey 3-0 in the first match of the tournament

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England Vs Croatia

This will be the third encounter between England and Croatia in a major tournament. England won 4-2 at Euro 2004. Croatia won the 2018 World Cup. Let us tell you that England is playing in its Euro Cup for the 10th time. England holds the record for playing most Euro Cup matches without reaching the final. The team has played 31 matches so far.

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Austria Vs North Macedonia

Group C teams Austria and North Macedonia will meet in the second match. For the first time in a big tournament, these teams are facing each other. Macedonian team is participating in Euro Cup for the first time. Austria has come to play in the Euro Cup for the third time. In the Euro Cup, Austria has scored only two goals in 6 matches.

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Netherlands Vs Ukraine

The second match in Group C will be between Netherlands and Ukraine. The Netherlands is playing in the Euro Cup for the 10th time. She could not qualify in 2016. The team was the champion in 1988. Ukraine’s team is participating in the Euro Cup for the third time. The hold of the Netherlands in this match looks very strong.

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ICC WTC Final 2021: Who will open the innings for India in the WTC final? Competition increased after KL Rahul’s superb six, watch video

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A scene from the intra-squad match (Photo Credits: BCCI)

London, 13 June: Indian players are playing an intra-squad match among themselves in Southampton, ahead of the final match of the ICC World Test Championship 2021. In this match, where Indian captain Virat Kohli is leading one team, the other team is commanded by 29-year-old veteran Karnataka player KL Rahul. Rishabh Pant and Shubman Gill batted brilliantly for Kohli’s team, where he scored a century and a half-century respectively. While bowling, Ishant Sharma got three successes while bowling well.

After this, when the other team came to bat in the field, the captain of the team KL Rahul also appeared in good touch. In a video shared by the BCCI, it can be seen that Rahul is hitting a brilliant six off the country’s experienced spinner Ravindra Jadeja. Apart from this, Umesh Yadav was also seen bowling brilliantly. At the same time, Rohit Sharma also practiced batting. On behalf of Virat Kohli’s team, Rishabh Pant took over the responsibility of wicketkeeping.

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Talking about Team India’s schedule on the England tour, the team will start the tour with the final of the ICC World Test Championship. The final match of the WTC will be played in Southampton from 18 to 22 June. After this, the team will start the Test series against England from August 4. First Test match in Nottingham from 4 to 8 August, Second Test at Lord’s from 12 to 16 August, Third Test in Leeds from 25 to 29 August, Fourth Test at Kennington Oval from 2 to 6 September and Fifth Test from 10 to 14 September Will be played in Manchester.

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WWE Superstar John Cena shared Virat Kohli’s picture on social media, fans gave their reaction in this way

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John Cena and Virat Kohli (Photo Credits: FB/ Wikimedia Commons)

New Delhi: Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is all set to lead Team India in the final of the World Test Championship (WTC). Under his leadership, he is desperate to win India the biggest award in red-ball cricket. Meanwhile, WWE Superstar John Cena (John Cena) shared the picture of Virat Kohli with his social media account. In this photo, Virat is standing holding the bat. More than 4 lakh people have liked this photo within a few hours. Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan gave a big reaction to captain Virat Kohli’s batting, said these things

Let us tell you why John Cena shared this picture, it could not be known. Because he has not written any caption with the picture as usual. It is believed that this photo was taken during the 2019 match. Cena often does not write captions with the picture and leaves the responsibility of understanding it to the followers.

John Cena may not have given the reason for sharing Virat Kohli’s picture, but the fans are very happy and are starting to speculate. Most of the comments were made regarding that Cena would support Team India in the final of the World Test Championship against New Zealand from June 18. Fans believe that John Cena has also shared this picture to support Virat Kohli.

Having followed the 16-time world champion John Cena for more than a decade, he will be well aware of the famous catchphrase “You can’t see me” from the Doctor of Thuganomics.

John Cena shared a picture of Virat Kohli on social media even before the semi-final between India and New Zealand in the 2019 ODI World Cup. Team India had lost the semi-final match. But in the final of the World Test Championship, Team India has a good chance to avenge the defeat that it got two years ago.

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