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How the IND vs ENG Dharamshala Test Could Make or Break Team India’s WTC Dreams

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India’s task in the World Test Championship (WTC) is far from done, even though the series may be secured. India needs to win the IND versus ENG Dharamshala Test in order to keep their advantage at the top of the WTC Points Table. Even in the case of favorable circumstances, an adverse result might have a major effect on India’s reputation.

Not only is the result of the IND vs ENG 5th Test important, but so are the outcomes of the NZ vs AUS 2nd Test. This is because, at the moment, Australia and New Zealand are ranked second and third in the WTC Standings, respectively. If India wants to maintain their top ranking against England, they must at least draw.

if India loses the fifth test between IND and ENG.

In the event that India loses, they might still be able to take the top spot if the second Test between Australia and New Zealand is drawn. With this result, Australia would move up to second place, and India would remain in top place.

Should India Win the Dharamshala Test:

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It’s not ideal to draw in Dharamshala either. In this scenario, despite the efforts of Rohit Sharma and his team, the victor of the NZ vs. AUS 2nd Test could vault to the top of the standings, demoting India to second position.

Should India triumph in Dharamshala in the fifth test:

The best result for India is a victory at Dharamshala. If India wins the series 4-1, the result of the NZ versus AUS game would not matter for India’s top ranking. In these conditions, neither Australia nor New Zealand could overtake India for the top slot.

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Daniel Müller
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Daniel Müller writing is characterized by his ability to weave together the technical nuances of cricket with the emotional rollercoaster experienced by players and fans. readers a blend of match analyses, player profiles, and stories that highlight the cultural impact of cricket in India.

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