WTC finals: India challenges against New Zealand; Jamieson’s height, Boult’s swing, Duke Ball that list goes on!

The eagerly awaited match is planned in Southampton June 18-22. Speaking of which on Star sport show GAME PLAN, Agarkar raised die emerged challenges India could face against die Kiwi fruit.

“It (New Zealand pace attack) sure has a lot of Diversity. I mean, it’s because you’re looking at someone like (Kyle) Jamieson who is a big guy and will pose differently challenge”Said Agarkar.

Then he spoke up of New Zealand’s seasoned pace duo of Trent Boult and Tim Southee alongside Neil Wagner, who Has die ability to surprise with his speed.

“Boult and Southee will both be bowl, one Delivery comes to you, one Delivery away from you, as a right-handed. And then (Neil) Wagner, if nothing happens, and you know, everything seems flat, he comes and does something and has done it on a regular Base. So, die challenges are a little different. “

Agarkar is aware that die conditions in Ageas Bowl will be more family for die New Zealanders. “What works in her favor is die Condition because you are playing in England, it is fast like what you get in New Zealand. That does it also a little bit easier with this duke ball what vibrates. So, die challenges Are a lot.

“Even more so because India didn’t have a test cricket in recently, no test cricket away from home since the Australian tour. Australian conditions are completely different. This is also the biggest challenge. And that’s why I feel that die Preparations die (must) must be key,” he said.

Taking into account their performance in For the past few years, Agarkar has said India’s strength lies in you ability to win with different players. “I think a couple of Things, resilience or just Believe in Your ability or in your own team. Look at that England series at the home, we expected India win.

“Yes, die Conditions match your (India) wicket or yours spin bowling, but you have die lost first Test extensively. they came back and beat England really well in the next three tests, “said Agarkar.

“Look at Australia (series), they (India) have lost that first Test, bowling out for what 36 – lose the host of Your first team playerswhether it’s yours best Batsman in the team, Virat Kohli, yours best bowler in the team, Mohammad Shami, that kind of Losses.

“At the end of the series, you had a Shardul Thakur, T Natarajan, Mohammad Siraj bowling for You, against a full- Strength Australians team and you still managed to find one way to win in these situations. So die depth in The team – although it wasn’t much of experience — the guys that came in had enough faith that they could turn up. That was India’s strength. “

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