ICC World Cup T20 Final: Aussies Face The Black Caps

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It will be a Trans-Tasman final when the Black Caps face the Kangaroos in the 2021 T20 ICC World Cup finals. Both Aussies and New Zealand are yet to win the ICC T20 Trophy. And hence the tournament will get a new champion.

The fierce Australian cricket team will be up against the cool head New Zealand team led by captain Kane Williamson. Both the teams look equal on paper, and there is not much to separate both sides. Additionally, both teams did not have it easy and had their luck on the way, especially in the semis. The Australian team overcame the challenge from Pakistan. New Zealand will remember their victory over the English team after the scars from the 2019 50-overs World Cup finals.

We all expect the Australian side to win trophies after having five one-day international World Cups. However, even the team Down Under does not have this trophy to their name. So, would like to win this time. On the other side, their neighbour country, New Zealand, will want to win another ICC trophy after winning the ICC World Test Championship. The team has never won either a 50-overs World Cup or a 20-overs. Hence, the Kane Williamson-led team will like to end this drought and add a trophy to their cabinet.

New Zealand batters have proved themselves against England in the previous match. The team will look forward to ending the tournament on a high. The case is the same with the Aussies. As the team, especially Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis, who were the heroes of the Men in Yellow against Pakistan. Even bowlers look equal in performance in the previous games. The fans can expect a thriller when both the teams come up against each other for one final time in the T20 2021 World Cup.

The match will happen tomorrow evening from 7:30 pm IST. The final game is here, and all the fans want to know who will take the ICC World Cup trophy home.

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