Before the India vs. Australia ICC World Test Championship final at The Oval, Virat Kohli has issued a fresh caution to Rohit Sharma and company.

The pressure is on run-machine Virat Kohli to make up for being outdone by the Black Caps in the ICC World Test Championship’s maiden edition and perform admirably with the bat in India’s second consecutive championship final. India, who finished second last year under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, will square up against Pat Cummins’ Australia in the ICC World Test Championship final on Wednesday at The Oval.

One of the best captains in the longest format, Kohli led India to the World Test Championship’s inaugural final in 2021. The Asian giants were defeated by Kane Williamson’s New Zealand in the rain-shortened final at Southampton, meaning Kohli and company were unable to break India’s trophy drought in ICC competitions. Kohli has recaptured his best form in the second Test Championship after switching to the position of a pure batsman after giving up the Test captaincy.

Don Bradman’s lifetime record is something that Virat Kohli can surpass in the summit match, and the former India captain is also aiming for Rahul Dravid’s incredible accomplishment against Australia at The Oval. In the second World Test Championship, run-machine Kohli has scored 869 runs for Team India. “Therefore, you need to have the experience to play according to the circumstances, and we cannot enter the game expecting that The Oval pitch will behave in the same manner as it always has. Since we only have one match in a neutral location, we must change and adapt. The match will be won by the one who adapts their play the best. It will be fascinating to observe how these two neutral sides perform since that is the beauty of the World Test Championship.

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