The final match of the World Test Championship will be played between India and New Zealand (Photo-AFP)
India and New Zealand will be playing a historic title match of the first World Test Championship in England from 18 to 22 June next month.
New Delhi. The historic World Cup Championship (WTC Final 2021) will be played next month between India and New Zealand in Southampton, England. The match between the two will be played from 18 to 22 June. The whole world is eagerly waiting for the first World Cup of Test cricket. However, the ICC had also given some relief news to both the team and the fans on Friday. In fact, if the final draw or tie occurs, then the two teams will jointly become the winner of the historic final.
In such a situation, the pressure on both the teams and the fans must have been a little less. The names of two commentators have also been confirmed by India for this match. In the commentary panel of the final of the World Test Championship, Sunil Gavaskar and Dinesh Karthik are the only two Indians.
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It is not at all easy to commentate the commentators in this historical contest. In fact, due to the strict protocol and 10-day quarantine rules for foreigners, many Indian and New Zealand cricket specialists have refused to visit England. The corona virus has made the path difficult for everyone. Be it the cricketers or the commentators. According to media reports, Gavaskar and Karthik are the only two Indians who have agreed to join the commentary panel.Read also:
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The panel also includes Simon Dool of New Zealand, Mike Atherton of England and Nasir Hussain. A veteran and a budding commentator from India will be seen in the final. While Gavaskar is quite experienced in this field, Karthik is still active in cricket and is going to step into commentary. Karthik will also be seen commenting on The Hundred League in England in August.