India vs Australia–ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Final: Who Will Win the Match?

India vs. Australia—ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Final: Who Will Win the Match?

Can Rohit Sharma and his teammates end India’s longstanding ICC trophy drought by emerging victorious against Australia in the World Cup final scheduled for Sunday?

Skippers Rohit Sharma and Pat Cummins pose with the World Cup trophy on Saturday, ahead of the final on Sunday(HT)

All roads lead to the Narendra Modi Stadium as Rohit Sharma’s Team India prepares to face Pat Cummins’ Australia in the final of the ICC World Cup 2023 on Sunday. With their sights set on claiming their third title in the One Day International (ODI) format, Rohit and his team will strive to end India’s long-standing trophy drought in ICC events. The last time India emerged victorious in the 50-over World Cup was in 2011, when they hosted the ODI spectacle.

What are India’s chances against Australia?

According to a poll conducted by Hindustan Times for the World Cup, there is a 70 percent likelihood that India will defeat Australia and clinch the ICC World Cup 2023 title at the largest cricket stadium. It will be a showdown between hosts India and record-time winners Australia, who last contested the ODI World Cup final in 2003. During that time, under the leadership of Sourav Ganguly, India was outplayed by Australia in the summit clash. Australia has triumphed over India on 83 occasions in ODIs, while India has emerged victorious 57 times.

What are the chances of India winning the World Cup in 2023?

India vs Australia, HT World Cup Poll: At least 70 per cent think Rohit Sharma and Co. will win WC 2023 title at Ahmedabad(HT)

Kohli has solidified his position as the leading run-scorer in the 2023 edition of the ICC World Cup. The 35-year-old batsman shattered Sachin Tendulkar’s world record of 49 centuries by scoring his 50th century in India’s previous match. Kohli’s record-breaking century, coupled with a remarkable bowling performance by Mohammed Shami, secured India’s commanding 70-run victory over New Zealand. Former India captain Kohli has amassed an outstanding 711 runs, the highest by any batsman in a single World Cup edition. Additionally, he holds the record for the most 50-plus scores (8) in a World Cup.

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