Indore: Australia defeated India by nine wickets in the third match of the four-Test series. After the victory in the Indore Test, the Kangaroo team has now reached the final of the World Test Championship. She has become the first team to reach the title match. If the Indian team wins this match, it would have reached the finals, but now it would have to wait. The final of the World Test Championship will be played from June 7 to 11 at the Oval, England.
Australia has been a strong team during this World Test Championship period (2021-23). Pat Cummins’ team has won 11 out of 18 Tests. On the other hand, the Indian team has played 18 Test matches. He has won 10. Five matches were defeated and two matches were drawn.
What is the position of the points table after the Indore Test
After the victory in Indore, Australia’s points table in the points table have been 68.52 percent. If he loses in the last Test against India, he will not make a difference. On the other hand, Team India has 60.29 percent marks after the defeat. He still stands second.
What are the equations for India?
A win in the fourth Test against Australia in Ahmedabad will ensure India’s location in the final.
If Team India loses in Ahmedabad Test or the match is drawn then you will have to face difficulties.
In the event of losing, he will have to depend on the results of the Test match against Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
In such a situation, India would like New Zealand to defeat Sri Lanka in at least one match in the two-Test series.
World Test Championship remained a match
Date Teams Place
8-12 March South Africa vs West Indies Second Test Johannesburg
9-13 March India vs Australia fourth Test Ahmedabad
9-13 March New Zealand vs Sri Lanka first Test Christchurch
17-21 March New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Second Test Wellington
What happened in Indore Test?
India scored 109 runs in the first innings. At the same time, Australia scored 197 runs. He got a lead of 88 runs. After this, the Indian team was all out for 163 runs in the second innings. He took a 75-run lead. In this way, Australia had a target of 76 runs. In response, the Kangaroo team won the match by scoring 78 runs for one wicket in 18.5 overs.