Kiwi captain Kane Williamson during the practice (photo credit: @BLACKCAPS twitter)
New Zealand will play a two-Test series against England before playing the final of the World Test Championship (WTC Final 2021) against India, where they will have the last chance to finalize the preparations for the Test Championship.
New Delhi. The historic title match of the World Test Championship (WTC Final 2021) will be played between India and New Zealand next month. The final will be played between the two from 18 to 22 June in Southampton, but before that New Zealand have a tough challenge for England. For which he has started preparations. The Kiwi team did the first training on the England tour. Actually, Team India will fly directly from Mumbai to Southampton and will be quarantined after arriving here on June 3.
The team, led by Virat Kohli, will directly take on the ground on 18 June. At the same time, New Zealand has a chance to finalize their preparations for the Test Championship final. The Kiwi team will play a series of two Test matches against the hosts. The first match will start on June 2. Earlier, the Kiwi team performed the first practice at Lord’s.
Kiwi players showed their strength in intra squad match A few days ago New Zealand played an intra-squad practice match. Devon Conway, Grandhom and Bracewell played unbeaten half-century innings in the match. While Wangner, Tim Southee and Rachin Ravindra all three showed a glimpse of their preparations with 6 wickets. In this match itself, everyone’s eyes went to the left-handed batsman Devon Conway, who can become difficult for India. He may have been selected in the test format for the first time, but before that he has also shown his strength in ODIs and T20s.
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Conway has experience of 108 first class matches in which he has scored 7130 runs at an average of 47.21. During this time, he has scored 18 centuries with his bat. Conway has scored 473 runs for New Zealand in 14 T20 matches at an average of 59.12. At the same time, he has scored 225 runs at an average of 75, including a century and a half-century. Conway is new in international cricket right now, but his batting style is like a determined batsman.