AUS vs NZ T20 World Cup Final: In the game of cricket, there is a fight between the bat and the ball, and the team that plays better manages to register a win. But, if we tell you that defeat and victory in a match can be almost decided with just a coin bouncing, you may not be sure. The final of the T20 World Cup 2021 may see a story where Australia and New Zealand will take on each other to clinch their first title. In this match, the toss in whose favor it falls will be confirmed by 90 percent. Now, let us tell you why we are saying this.
The final match of the World Cup between Australia and New Zealand is scheduled to be played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. 12 matches of the tournament have been played at the ground, out of which 10 have been won by the same team whose captain has won the toss. In Dubai, the chasing team has hit the field in 11 of the 12 matches. Because of the pressure in the final, if any Australia-new Zealand team wins the toss and decides to bat first, they will have to hang at least 180 runs on the scoreboard. As out of the last 20 T20Is played at Dubai since 2018, 19 have been sealed by the team that has crossed the 180 mark. The result of the remaining one match has not been achieved.
Now understand why winning the toss is important in the T20 World Cup final. Six versions of fast cricket have been played, five of which have been champions by the same team that has six in favor. In just 2009, Pakistan managed to clinch the title despite losing the toss against Sri Lanka. In 17 of the 25 World Cup matches played on UAE and Oman soil, 17 have been won by the same team that has captured the toss. That is, the picture is clear: Win the toss in Dubai means to win the match, and looking at the final, you have to say that winning the toss means winning the title.
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