‘Don’t think Sri Lanka is capable of…’ Sanjay Manjrekar believes India has already reached WTC final

While India still haven’t officially sealed a spot for themselves in the World Test Championship final, former India cricketer-turned-commentator Sanjay Manjrekar believes the Men in Blue will be in contention for the final regardless of the outcome of the ongoing Test. Will be able to reach. The Border-Gavaskar Trophy at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

While India need to win the Test match to set up a clash with Australia in the summit clash, even a loss or a tie could be enough to play the final but in that case the fate depends on Sri Lanka’s result. Will do New Zealand Series.

If Sri Lanka manage to win both Test matches against the Kiwis, they will overtake India on the WTC points table to qualify for the final, however, if the series ends in a 1–1 draw, or they go 1–0. win or lose by. 0-1 or 0-2 then in all those situations, the Rohit Sharma-led side will enter the finale.

In this context, Manjrekar feels that India will reach the final.

I think India will reach WTC final: Manjrekar

“It’s a great setting when people are there, every seat is taken. The World Test Championship is on the verge of getting there for India. I think India will get there. I don’t think Sri Lanka will beat New Zealand. able to disturb.” Manjrekar told Star Sports.

“So I believe, India is already in the final. But, you still have to actually, you know, officially get there. So there was tension. Also the way the series hangs, Australia Making a great comeback in Indore as well as having a personality like Narendra Modi in the field. That was the buzz. Every box was ticked before the start of this Test,” he said.

Talking about the match, the visitors ended the first day of the Test match at 255/4 with Usman Khawaja scoring his maiden century against India and against India. Mohammed Shami was the pick of the bowlers for the home side as he finished the first day with figures of 2 for 65 while R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja were the other wicket-takers on the day.

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