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Team India to become rich if they win the WTC final, the losing team will also win the lottery

The teams of India and Australia are going to face each other in the final of the World Test Championship to be played from 7th June. This match will be played at The Oval Stadium in London. Last time Team India had to face defeat in this match against New Zealand. But this time Captain Rohit Sharma’s army seems fully prepared. The team that wins the WTC final is going to get prize money worth crores of rupees from the ICC. At the same time, the losing team is also going to get a lottery.

The prize for the team that wins the WTC final has been kept the same as last season. This time the team that becomes the champion will get around Rs 13.22 crore as prize money from the ICC. On the other hand, the ICC is going to give around Rs 6.61 crore to the runners-up, that is the team that lost in the final. Last time New Zealand won the title of this tournament and they got more than 13 crore rupees as prize money. And the Indian team was given Rs 6.61 crore.

The WTC final match between India and Australia will start at 11:00 AM IST. That is, you will be able to watch this match in India from 3 o’clock. The match will be broadcast live on Star Sports Network. A day of June 12 has also been kept as a reserve for this match. But even if the match ends in a draw or a tie, both teams will be declared joint winners.

Team India has to face Australia in the WTC final on Wednesday. Last time too, Team India had made it to the finals of this tournament. But in the end, the New Zealand team won the trophy by defeating India by 8 wickets. Captain Rohit Sharma, who made Mumbai Indians IPL champion 5 times, is still waiting for an ICC trophy and Team India would like to write this history by winning the WTC final.

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