WTC Final 2023 could be RECORD-BREAKING, Virat Kohli, Mitchell Starc eye BIG MILESTONES
WTC Final 2023: Team India is set to take on Australia in the final clash of the World Test Championship set to be played from June 7 onwards.
WTC Final 2023: Team India is set to take on Australia in the final clash of the World Test Championship set to be played from June 7 onwards. The contest will be played at the Kennington Oval, London. In this article, we will take a look at the approaching milestones of both Indian and Australian players.
Team India will be eyeing their first-ever ICC World Test Championship title as they take on mighty Australia from June 7 onwards at The Oval. To note, this will be India’s successive entry at the WTC finals as they lost the inaugural edition to New Zealand. Starting fresh, India played some excellent red-ball cricket and ensured they yet again book the final berth for the Test championship.
On the other hand, Australia also displayed some excellent cricket in the longest format of the game as they remained on top in the points table. The likes of Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, and Pat Cummins have been impressive for the Aussies and they will be looking to emulate their performance in the all important final clash.
Here are some approaching milestones in IND vs AUS WTC 2023 Finals:
1 – Pat Cummins (49) is one game away from appearing in 50 Test matches.
2 – Mitchell Starc (598) requires two scalps to get to 600 wickets in international cricket.
3 – Mohammed Siraj (47) needs three scalps to complete 50 wickets in Test cricket.
4 – Cummins (396) is four scalps away from completing the milestone of 400 wickets in international cricket.
69 – Ajinkya Rahane (4931) needs 69 runs to reach 5000 runs in Test matches.
21 – Virat Kohli (1979) needs 21 runs to reach the landmark of 2000 runs against Australia in Tests.
1 – David Warner (199) is one grab away from reaching 200 catches across formats.
3 – R Ashwin (697) requires three wickets to reach the milestone of 700 wickets across formats.
1 – Rahane (99) is one grab away from completing 100 catches in Tests.
9 – Virat Kohli (941) needs nine fours to get to 950 fours in the longest format of the game.
1 – Rohit Sharma (49) is one match away from appearing in his 50th Test.
110 – Shubman Gill (890) requires 110 runs to get to 1000 runs in Tests.
4 – Cummins (46) is four scalps away from completing 50 wickets against India in Test cricket.
6 – Starc (44) needs six wickets to get to 50 wickets against India in Test matches.
3 – Green (97) requires three fours to complete 100 fours in Test cricket.