'Best bowling line-up to travel to all conditions': McCullum hails Ind's bowling
The final chapter of the ICC World Test Championship is about to unveil in which two heavyweights – Virat Kohli’s India and Kane Williamson's New Zealand – will square off against each other. The much-awaited finale begins on June 18 in Southampton and fans are eagerly waiting to witness an epic battle for the ultimate title. While the Indian players are about to begin their training for the summit clash following their quarantine in Hilton Hotel, New Zealand is preparing for the second and the final Test against the hosts after the first game ended in a draw at Lord's. Both teams would pit their strongest playing XI against each other. Since the encounter will take place in England, the focus will highly be on the pacers. India boasts a strong pace battery which, according to former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, makes them one of the strongest Test teams.
While speaking with Sports Today, McCullum said the current bowling attack is India’s most-rounded in Test cricket, given the firepower in the pace battery and the brilliance of the spinners.