The historic match between India and New Zealand to be played from June 18 (PIC: AFP)
Brett Lee has said that the Kiwis are more accustomed to playing in conditions conducive to swing bowling.
Dubai. Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee believes that New Zealand may have an upper hand over India in the World Test Championship final to be held in Southampton, as the Kiwis are expected to play in conditions conducive to swing bowling. more accustomed. This historic match is to be played between India and New Zealand from June 18. The Indian team reached England on Thursday while the New Zealand team is currently playing a two-Test series against the hosts. Lee told the ICC’s official website, “I think both the teams are similar. However, I am thinking of playing in similar conditions in New Zealand’s home country.
He said, “Conditions can be favorable for fast bowlers, swing bowlers. So here I think the Kiwi team can benefit.” Brett Lee said, “As far as batting is concerned, both the teams have such batsmen who can play swing bowling. But I think the role of bowlers will be important and whichever team bowls well will be the winner in the final.
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The final will also see a contest between the different captaincy styles of Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson, which Lee described as interesting. The veteran fast bowler said, “Kane is a more conservative captain. He has a good understanding of cricket. I am impressed by his calmness. He is a conservative captain but also attacks when needed. He has patience and it works for him and his team.” Brett Lee said, “If you look at Kohli, he is an aggressive captain. There is no right or wrong answer in both these cases as I have played with both conservative and aggressive captains. .”
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Let us tell you that the final match of the World Test Championship will be played between India and New Zealand from 18 to 22 June at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. After this, the Indian cricket team will play a five-Test series against England in England itself.