New Zealand became the first team to reach the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) on Tuesday after Australia’s Test series against South Africa was canceled due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. No team will be able to cross 70 per cent of New Zealand points after Australia’s Test series has been postponed indefinitely. The team, facing New Zealand in the final, will be judged from the four-match series between India and England starting in Chennai on Friday. However, the chances of India reaching the final of the Test Championship are high, as it would not be big for them to win two Test matches against England, given the form. Apart from this, in a situation, India can also get out after winning the Test series against England.
Explain that India will have to win 2–1, 2–0, 3–1, 3–0 or 4–0 in a four-Test series against England to make it to the finals of this championship. At the same time, England will have to win 3–1, 3–0 or 4–0 in the four-Test series against India to do so. If India wins 1-0 in the Test series, then they will surely win the series, but they will lose the chance to reach the final of the World Test Championship. It is necessary for India to win two matches in a series to reach the final.
The Indian team currently tops the table with 71.7 per cent points, while New Zealand 70 and Australia are second and third respectively after 69.2 per cent points. England finished fourth with 65.2 per cent points. The final match of the World Test Championship will be played from 18 June at the historic Lord’s ground. If Team India manages to win this match, it will be the first ICC title of the team led by Virat Kohli.