The Indian team is currently playing an ODI series against Australia. Both the teams have won one each in the first two matches of the series. The third and deciding match will be played on Wednesday (March 22). Ahead of the third and final ODI between the two teams, Australian legend Brett Lee had a big reaction to the Indian team. According to him, the Indian team is a strong contender for the title in this year’s ODI World Cup.
India won the recently played Border Gavaskar Test series (BGT 2023) 2-1 against Australia. The series also saw both teams reach the finals of the World Test Championship. First Australia followed by India secured their place for the WTC final. Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee will also name the team that is the strongest contender for the WTC title.
Brett Lee in a media interview Who will win the ODI World Cup and World Test Championship? A question was asked. Brett Lee believes that the WTC final will be played in June, which will be won by the Australian team. “Australia will win,” he said with a smile. India is a good team, but the match is at England’s Oval Stadium. I think the Australian team will get more runs in that situation. So I claim Australia.”
The Indian team will hold the title in this year’s ODI World Cup. Therefore, Brett Lee feels that the Indian team will benefit from the conditions at home to win the World Cup. He said, “It is difficult to beat India in the World Cup in India. India knows the situation best here. I think India is the strongest contender to win the World Cup.” Meanwhile, the WTC final between India and Australia will be played at The Oval Stadium in England from June 7 to 11. On the other hand, ICC ODI World Cup 2023 has been organized in India in the month of October and November this year.
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