Indian Team to depart England for WTC final and England series today

Team India will leave for England on Wednesday evening. The Indian team will play the World Test Championship final against New Zealand and the series against England on the tour. The last Test will end on September 14, which means Team India will stay in England for 104 days. Former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar has already questioned the schedule of the tour.
Along with the Indian men’s team, the women’s team will also tour England.

No player will be able to leave the hotel upon arrival in England. They will also have daily tests. After the three reports come back negative, small groups of players will start training from June 6. Practice will begin on June 12 after the team’s quarantine period ends. The final of the World Test Championship will be against New Zealand from June 18.

The final of the World Test Championship will be held from June 18 to 22, while June 23 will be Reserve Day. If the overs are not completed even after five days of play, the match referees will decide. If the match is drawn or tied, both teams will be declared joint winners.

Virat Kohli has yet to win an ICC trophy under his leadership. If Virat wins the match, he will become the fourth Indian captain to win the ICC Trophy. So far, Kapil Dev, Sourav Ganguly, and MS Dhoni have won the ICC trophy. Kapil Dev won the 1983 World Cup, while Dhoni won the 2007 T20 World Cup, 2011 World Cup, and 2013 Champions Trophy. Under Ganguly’s leadership, India was declared joint winners of the 2002 Champions Trophy.

The five-match Test series between India and England starts on August 4. The World Test Championship final will run until June 23 at the latest. This means that after 41 days, the Indian team will play the second Test. The second test will start on August 12, the third test on August 25, the fourth test on September 2, and the fifth test on September 10.

The Indian women’s team will play one Test, three ODIs, and three T20I matches on England Tour. The last match will end on July 14, meaning the Indian women’s team will stay in England for 42 days. The Indian team will be out for 32 days after playing 10-day matches, but the tour is important for the team, as the women’s team will play Test matches after 7 years. Apart from this, a few days back the team has got Ramesh Powar as the new coach. Mithali Raj is the captain of the ODI and Test team while Harmanpreet Kaur is the captain of the T20 team. The tour is considered important in preparation for the ODI World Cup in New Zealand next year.

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