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WTC Final: If the final between India and Australia is a draw, then who will become the champion, know rules

The World Test Championship between India and Australia is starting from 7th June. Both the teams will play at the London Oval Cricket Ground for this match. Team India has reached the final of this tournament for the second time in a row. The last time the title clash was with New Zealand in which India had to face defeat. In such a situation, Team India will try not to miss this opportunity for the second time. However, in the meantime, many questions will be going on in the minds of the fans that if the Test match ends in a draw then who will become the champion.

Along with the result of win-loss in the Test match, the number of draws has also been very high. In such a situation, if the final match of the World Test Championship ends in a draw for any reason, then according to the ICC rules, India and Australia will be declared joint winners. However, none of the teams from India and Australia would like to share the trophy. In such a situation, the effort of both will be that they win in any case and become the champion.

After the end of the Indian Premier League 2023, all the players of Team India have reached London. After reaching here, the players of Team India have also started practice. However, a big challenge in front of Rohit Sharma and coach Rahul Dravid will be what kind of combination she comes up with against Australia. The last time Team India came on the field with two spin bowlers, but this plan failed miserably.

In such a situation, Rohit Sharma would not like to miss out on becoming the champion by repeating the same mistake that happened in the final match against New Zealand. In such a situation, Team India will have to present a challenge in front of Australia with a strong strategy.

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