India and New Zealand will play the Final of the World Test Championship in Southampton on 18th June 2021. The winner of this final match will win this inaugural title of the Test championship, and it is expected to be a closed match between the two evenly matched teams.
The final match will be played with the Duke ball, not with the Kookaburra or SG ball. Bowling with the Duke Ball will be a different challenge, and the Kiwi pace bowler Kyle Jamieson is ready for it. Jamieson said that the duke ball is darker and harder.
And to get the best to it, Jamieson will use the experience of the senior bowlers of his team. For the WTC Final and the test series against England, New Zealand will have Trent Boult, Tim Southee, Neil Wagner, Henry Nicholls, and Doug Bracewell as their pace bowlers.
Jamieson will be on his first tour of England, so he will follow the footsteps of these senior bowlers of the Blackcaps teams to get the desired success in the United Kingdom.
He said that the experience of all the senior pro bowlers would come in handy for him. These bowlers have played a lot of cricket in England. They also know what the conditions are and what the duke ball might do in those English conditions.