Virat Kohli is worried that New landland անդland will have more time to adjust to England World Test Championship Final The Indian captain feels that as the team resolves the situation, they will be more mentally fit before the ICC demo event.
India He will get a little over two weeks in England before the WTC final on June 18 in Southampton. On the other hand, New Zealand: It would be a little over a month before the final date in England, and the Blackcaps were currently playing two test series against England.
Many people think that the schedule works in favor of New Zealand, but Virat Cole spoke to the media about how he is very worried about the situation.
“Look at the past, we fell into place three days ago, even with a proper schedule, և we had a hellish series և competition. So I think that’s in my head. “This is how you look at the situation right now.”
Whether it will be ICC events such as the 2019 World Cup or bilateral series such as the 2018 matches, the current harvest of Indian cricketers has been played many times in England over the years.
On Wednesday, Virat Cole expressed such an opinion, suggesting that the Indian team is confident in their chances of reaching the final. The Indian captain also exacerbated the apparent disadvantage, claiming that the team was already aware of the conditions for the meeting with England.
“This is not the first time we have played in England. We all know what the conditions are like. Even if you are used to the conditions, if you do not enter the field with the right intention, you are going to score that first ball, or you find it difficult to choose a winner. I think the hunger and the desire to be there և play the final round. “We do not have a problem even during the four training games, because we are absolutely sure of what we can do as a team,” said Virat Cole. ,
We have all played in England before. Virat Colin
The 32-year-old specialist mentioned how most of the 20-member team had a preliminary experience of playing in English conditions with the Indian “A” or captain.
“We have all played in England before, be it for the Indian national team or for boys like India A with Mohamed Siraj. They all had experience with conditions. “It does not bother us at all. We just want to get there, to make the most of it.”
The Indian team will leave for Great Britain on June 3 together with the support staff of their families. The mobile unit will arrive in London before moving to Southampton to request a quarantine period.