The WTC final that is scheduled to start from June 7 between India and Australia will not only crown a new king of test cricket but also will impart a huge monetary prize to the winner. As per a new development by the ICC, the winner of the all-decisive final will get a monetary impetus of $3.8 million. The WTC final will take place at The Oval, England.
With just over a fortnight left before the start of the World Test Championship Final, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has revealed the prize money that the new winner will get. So, with a whopping 3.8 million, which if we convert it into INR will form a huge sum of 31,39,56,000.00 Indian Rupees, the WTC final is for much more than the title. However, the mace remains to be equally valuable. Thus, one of the teams will sow the affluent prize, but as for, the fans who will be praying for their teams from miles victory is all that matters and seemingly nothing could beat the elateness of a win.
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