London: Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee has said that swing and seam bowlers have always been helpful in Southampton and in such a situation, New Zealand can benefit in the World Test Championship (WTC) final with India. Lee said that the team which will bowl better. He will win the title of Test Championship.
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In an interview given to the ICC, Brett Lee said, ‘I think if batting is taken, then it will be a level match. After both, there are many capable batsmen who can play swing bowling well but bowling will make the real difference in this match. The Kiwi team can get an advantage, because the conditions in Southampton are like their home.
the pitch won’t be super fast
The 44-year-old Lee has taken 310 wickets in 76 Test matches for Australia. Lee said that the pitch of this neutral venue will not be super fast, but it will have a lot for fast bowlers. Lee further said, ‘I think the batsmen should not be in trouble on this pitch, but if there is good bowling and the team that bowls well, it will be able to make the difference.’
Duke Ball will be a big challenge
According to Lee, handling the Duke ball will be a big challenge as it swings a lot. Lee said, ‘The Duke ball swings a lot in England. In such a situation, those bowlers who have the experience of bowling with the Duke ball and who can swing it. New Zealand bowlers may like the Duke ball.
fun in the final
Lee supported the WTC final, saying it encouraged the longest format of cricket. Lee said, ‘Winning a 50-over World Cup or T20 World Cup brings a big reward, but there was nothing for a Test match. You may get the No.1 Test ranking, which has its own meaning but it is now through the WTC final that it will be known which is the best Test team in the world.