Wtc final ind vs aus team india record at england oval ground is very disappointing


The final of the World Test Championship will be between India and Australia
The great match will start from June 7 at the Oval ground in England

New Delhi. Amidst all the odds, India finally reached the final of the World Test Championship. Team India will face Australia in the biggest match of Test format. The final of the World Test Championship will be played at the Oval Ground in England from June 7 to 11. India has defeated Australia 2-1 in the Border-Gavaskar series, but it will not be easy to overcome the Kangaroos in England. Seeing India’s record in the Oval ground, the fear increases further.

India’s record so far on the oval pitch, which is helpful for fast and swing bowlers, can increase the concern of Rohit Sharma. From 1936 to 2021, Team India has played a total of 14 matches on this ground in England. In this, he had to face defeat in 5 matches. India has been able to win only 2 matches in 85 years at the Oval, the remaining 7 matches have been drawn. India has played a total of 24 innings on this ground, where the highest score is 664 and the lowest score is 94 runs.

Won the last match
It is a matter of relief that Team India was destined to win their last Test match at the Oval. In this match played in September 2021, India defeated host England by 157 runs. The current captain of the team, Rohit Sharma became the ‘Man of the Match’ by scoring a century in the match. At that time Virat Kohli was leading the team.

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New Zealand had defeated in England itself
The final of the World Test Championship 2021 was also played in England. India was facing New Zealand on the ground of Southampton. In the match that lasted for 6 days, the Kiwi team won the title by defeating India by 8 wickets. Team India’s batsmen were able to score 217 runs in the first innings and 170 runs in the second innings in front of the pace trio of Tim Southee, Kyle Jamison and Trent Boult. Kyle Jamison, who took a total of 7 wickets in the match, was the player of the match.

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