WTC Final 2023: Key Players to Watch Out for in the Upcoming Match Between India and Australia

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The World Test Championship 2023 final clock has started ticking. India and Australia will take on each other in the WTC final at the Oval beginning on June 7. The players from respective teams have started their preparations for the mega contest. Both teams are super strong in red-ball cricket with the presence of world-class players. India defeated Australia in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy by 2-1. Following are the top 5 players from both teams who are in good form as well as rise and shine in the final.

  1. Usman Khawaja

Usman Khawaja has been in excellent form in Test cricket in recent months, gathering gigantic innings in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against India. He is a left-handed batter who excels in all types of situations and is renowned for his graceful strokeplay. Khawaja is expected to perform brilliantly in the WTC 2023.

  1. Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli showcased brilliant form in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy and amassed gigantic innings against Australia. He bats right-handed and is known for his aggressive hitting approach. He specialises in scoring big runs. Kohli is one of the most highly expected players from the Indian side to excel in the WTC final in 2023.

  1. Travis Head

Travis Head is a young Australian batsman who has been in excellent form in recent months. He bats right-handed and is renowned for his aggressive style of play and speedy run-scoring abilities. Travis Head has excelled in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy and is likely to score the most runs for Australia.

  1. Cheteshwar Pujara

Indian hitter Cheteshwar Pujara has extensive experience and is renowned for both his strong defence and his capacity to bat for extended periods of time. Pujara can come out as one of the batting giants for India against Australia.

  1. Cameron Green

The Australian all-rounder Cameron Green has been in outstanding form lately. He is a right-handed batter who excels at hitting for power and bowling lengthy stretches of rapid bowling. Green has given brilliant performances with his bat in the recent Border-Gavaskar Trophy against India. Green is likely to come out as the most valuable asset for the Australian team in the WTC final.