What can India’s bowling attack do in the WTC final? Discussion intensified in the Australian camp

Australia’s assistant coach Daniel Vettori has admitted that they are currently unsure about the nature of India’s bowling attack for the upcoming WTC final. Since then, the speculation is gaining strength that the Australian camp is currently discussing India’s bowling attack continuously. The final of the second edition of the World Test Championship (WTC) is set to begin on June 7 at The Oval in London.

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what will be the bowling attack

As far as India’s bowling attack is concerned, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Siraj and Mohammed Shami and Shardul Thakur are almost certain to play the final. But the situation regarding Ravichandran Ashwin is not clear to him. The big question before Team India is whether they will need an additional spinner in the form of Ashwin or a fourth fast bowler in the form of Umesh Yadav. The churning on this is going on continuously. India had fielded both Ashwin (25 wickets) and Jadeja (22) in the recent Border Gavaskar Trophy series and their stellar performances helped India win the series 2-1.

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circumstances will decide

Conditions will decide a lot in the final decision with Ashwin providing extra cushion to that order with the bat as well. Many may argue about Thakur’s place in the XI, but the last time India played at the venue, he scored two half-centuries. Ahead of Australia’s practice session, assistant coach Daniel Vettori said the team management has talked a lot about India’s potential bowling attack. He said that we are talking about it. I think Jadeja will play because he is also a useful batsman.

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