Vinay Kumar The final match of the second edition of the ICC World Test Championship 2021-23 is to be played at The Oval ground in London from June 7 to June 11. The teams of Australia and India (AUS vs IND WTC Final Match 2023) will clash in the field. Just before this World War, former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has advised his team to be careful with India’s two batsmen in particular. Ricky Ponting has described Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara as the most dangerous batsmen of the Indian batting team. Ponting said that if Australia has to win the ICC WTC 2023, then it will have to rein in these two players. This experienced pair will need to be careful. Pujara will have to be dismissed early – Ponting Former Australia captain and one of the great batsmen Ricky Ponting said that Cheteshwar Pujara is a very strong pillar of Team India’s batting lineup. He has made it clear from his tremendous performance in the recent County Cricket played in England that he will be the biggest challenge for Australia in the WTC 2023 Final Match AUS vs IND. He further said that Australia’s bowlers will have to play with such a strategy, so that Pujara can be dismissed early. Otherwise, Pujara has the ability to change the course of the match. Virat Kohli is also in killer form these days Ricky Ponting, taking the name of Indian team’s angry young man batsman Virat Kohli (Run Machine Virat Kohli), has also called him a big threat to the Australian team. It is noteworthy that for the past almost a year, Virat Kohli has once again returned to his signature form of batting. Many matches in the meantime are witnesses to this. Excellent performance in IPL 2023 with 2 centuries. Earlier in the Border Gavaskar Trophy Test Series 2023, he also played a memorable inning of 186 runs. Also read Ricky Ponting has seen the fire of a hungry lion in Kohli’s eyes. Perhaps this is the reason why he has also described Virat Kohli as a big threat to Australia. Ricky Ponting said in his statement that Virat Kohli is in his best form at the moment. The history of international cricket confirms that the performance of Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli against Australia in Test cricket has been excellent. Cheteshwar Pujara, batting at number 3 for the Indian team, has scored 2033 runs in 43 innings of 24 Tests against Australia at an average of 50.82. Which includes 5 centuries and a double century. Significantly, in India’s latest Test team, Pujara is the highest run-scorer against Australia. Runmachine Virat Kohli has scored 1979 runs in 42 innings of 24 Tests against Australia at an average of 48.26, including 8 centuries. Kohli’s best score against Australia has been 186 runs.