How will Team India reach the finals of WTC now? Pakistan ready to spoil the game

India now has 6 matches to play in the World Test Championship

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WTC Points Table: After the Edgbaston Test, the Indian team remains in the third place in the World Test Championship 2021-23, but the way to the final is not easy for Team India.

India lost the Edgbaston Test by 7 wickets on Tuesday. However, despite this defeat, Team India remains in third place in the World Test Championship. After the defeat in the 5th and last Test World Test Championship (World Test Championship) There was no significant impact on India’s place in the tournament, but after the defeat, one chance of making it to the final of the championship has been reduced. Australia is at number one in the points table and South Africa is at number two. Australia’s percentage of points won (PCT) is 77.78 and that of South Africa is 71.43, while that of India is 53.47. The journey till the final looks very difficult for India, but the hope is not completely over yet.

India now has 6 matches to play

India now has 6 matches to play in the World Test Championship. Four against Australia at home and 2 against Bangladesh. If Team India wins all its remaining 6 matches, then it will reach maximum 68. 98 PCT, but for the final, it will have to depend on the matches of other teams as well. Pakistan can also spoil the game of India. Pakistan is at number four with 52.38 points. Pakistan has to play 7 matches, in which 3 against England and 2 matches against New Zealand will play at home and 2 Tests against Sri Lanka will play outside. In such a situation, Pakistan’s team can create trouble for India.

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Both Australia and South Africa have a chance to strengthen their claim in the final. Australia still has 10 matches to play. 1 against Sri Lanka, 4 against India, 2 against West Indies and 3 against South Africa. While South Africa is yet to play 3- 3 Tests against England and Australia and 2 Test matches against West Indies. The England team, which won the Edgbaston Test, is at 7th position.