WTC Final 2023: Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is fit for the World Test Championship. Josh Hazlewood was playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2023. During the middle of the IPL, Josh Hazlewood suffered a side soreness injury and had to leave the IPL tournament midway and return to Australia. Josh Hazlewood rested for a few days as a precaution. After this, when he got the scan done again, in which the injury has become normal. Now the Australian team has declared itself fit before leaving for England. Recovering from injury, Josh Hazlewood has started preparing for the WTC final after a few days of rest and he is now practicing continuous fast bowling.
Hazlewood is an important part of the Australian fast bowling attack
Josh Hazlewood is an important part of the Australian fast bowling attack. He has so far taken 222 wickets in 111 innings of 59 Test matches with a bowling average of 25.83. Hazlewood has taken 108 wickets in 69 ODIs at an economy rate of 4.58, strike rate of 33.57 and an average of 25.61. At the same time, he has taken 58 wickets in 41 T20 matches. During this, his economy rate has been 7.69.
When will be the world test championship
The World Test Championship will be played at the Oval ground in London between India and Australia in England. The World Test Championship final between India and Australia will be played from June 7 to June 11. The International Cricket Council has given one extra day as a reserve day for the World Test Championship in view of the possibility of rain in England in the month of June. If rain interrupts any day of a Test match and the match cannot be played on that day, then the match will be played on an additional day.