WTC Final 2023: Batting, Bowling, Team Record; All You Need To Know About The Kennington Oval Before India vs Australia Mega Clash

The final of the ICC World Test Championship will be played between India and Australia from June 7. The epic clash will happen on Kennington Oval situated in London. India is playing in the final of the WTC final for the second time, while Australia has entered the final in their second attempt.

In this special report by Cricinformer, we will see all the important stats regarding this venue related to batting and bowling.

Boundary Dimension:

Head To Head Record Of Oval(By Innings):

Talking about the dimension of the ground, there are two ends known as the Vauxhall end and Pavillion end. The approximate distance from the center of the pitch to the boundary is about 67 meters onside and 70 meters offside. From the center, Vauxhall is at 68 meters and Pavillion end is at 66 meters.

A total of 104 matches have been played at Kennington Oval to date in which the team batting first has won 37 times and while 29 matches have been won by the team batting second.

43 matches have been won by the home side while 23 have been won by the touring side. Apart from it, 43 matches have been drawn. As India and Australia are facing each other in this WTC final, the fans will expect a hardcore entertaining match.

Batting Stats:

Talking about the highest individual score, L Hutton scored 364 runs against Australia in 1938.

Bowling Records:

DE Malcolm has the best bowling figure in an inning where has claimed 9 wickets spending 57 runs against South Africa in 1994.

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The best bowling figure in a match has been achieved by Muttiah Murlitharan who grabbed 16 wickets at the expense of 220 runs against England in 1998.

Team Record:

The highest total on this ground in an inning has been made by England which is 903 runs at the loss of seven wickets against the Aussies.

The lowest total at this ground is 44 runs for Australia when the whole team was bundled out against England.

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