Big threat to WTC Final, India-New Zealand may have to share the title!

London, 15/6 (AO Bureau):Now just three days are left for the final of the much awaited World Test Championship. This great match of the tournament will be played between India and New Zealand in Southampton from June 18. Players, fans, experts and cricket legends are all very excited about this match. Everyone is making their own predictions about the win and the players, but there is a big threat to the World Test Championship. Due to this threat, India and New Zealand may also have to share this title. Actually, rain in England between June 18 and 22 can spoil the fun of the final of the World Test Championship.
According to the update of the Meteorological Department, there may be rain during the entire five days between the India and New Zealand Tests starting from June 18 at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. In such a situation, it could force two India captain Virat Kohli and New Zealand’s Kane Williamson to share the inaugural ICC WTC trophy. The ICC has set aside 23 June as a reserve day for Tests. If the final match (WTC Final) is a draw or a tie, then both India and New Zealand will be declared jointly winners.
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Former England spinner Monty Panesar posted a weather forecast for Southampton on Monday, showing a 70-80% chance of rain during the days in which the match is to be played, including Reserve Day on 23 June.

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