WTC Final 2023: Some players of Team India, including Virat Kohli, have reached England to play the final match of the World Test Championship after being out of the IPL. The match is scheduled to run from June 7 to June 11 at The Oval in England. ICC This title win is going to be played for the second time. On the other hand, India has entered this tournament for the second time. However, last year this team could not win. In such a situation, this time Team India is going to make every effort to win the title. But, before this match, the Australian right-arm fast bowler, who is called the enemy of Virat Kohli, has become a fit and is ready to play in the match. Let us know what is the whole matter.
Virat Kohli’s enemy is fit
The trio of Australia team has always been seen troubling the batsmen of Team India. However, these three players were not seen playing together in the Border Gavaskar Trophy. It is not easy for any country’s batting unit to overcome the bowling of Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood. However, Josh Hazlewood has been injured for some time now. Because of which he could not play the series of 4 Test matches in India. However, this player is fit and ready to wreak havoc on Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. His joining the team has provided a strength to the team. In such a situation, Team India will have to make new plans from now to deal with this player.
Hazlewood was injured in the middle of IPL
Josh Hazlewood was retained by the RCB team. However, he was a late addition to the Bangalore camp due to an injury. However, he could manage only 3 matches this season and was injured again. He had returned to his home country to get his treatment done due to an acute injury. At the same time, in all the matches he has played this season, his performance has been very disappointing.
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