The final match of the World Cup is to be played between India and Australia. The Indian team has secured its place in the finals by remaining invincible. India confirmed its place in the final by defeating New Zealand by 70 runs in the semi-final match. Everyone’s excitement about the final match is clearly visible. Like the first semi-final, many big faces will be seen enjoying the cricket match in the final match too. Let us tell you that in this match, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Home Minister Amit Shah will be present in the stadium to watch this final match. Along with him, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Deputy PM Richard Marles have also been invited. It is expected that the Prime Minister and Deputy PM of Australia will also watch this great match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. However, confirmation from both is still awaited. Australia will play the final for the 8th time. Whereas this will be the fourth title match of the Indian team in the World Cup.
Tight security in Ahmedabad on Prime Minister’s arrival
The Prime Minister of the country is reaching Ahmedabad to watch the World Cup final. At present, PM Modi’s Gujarat tour is being decided. Elaborate security arrangements are being made. The Prime Minister will reach Ahmedabad after noon on 19th November. After watching the match, PM will rest for the night at Gandhinagar Raj Bhavan. From here the very next day on the morning of 20th November, the Prime Minister will leave for the election tour of Rajasthan.
The final will be played between India and Australia after 20 years
This match is also going to be exciting because India and Australia will once again face each other in the final of the ODI World Cup after 20 years. Before this, the final match of 2003 World Cup was played between India and Australia. This title match was played in Johannesburg, South Africa, in which the Indian team had to face defeat by 125 runs. Ricky Ponting played the captaincy innings in the match. He played an unbeaten inning of 140 runs in 121 balls. At that time, the command of the Indian team was in the hands of Sourav Ganguly, popularly known as Dada. Ricky Ponting was captaining the Kangaroo team. Former spin bowler Harbhajan Singh had taken two wickets for the Indian team.