This is a significant moment for India as they are aiming for their first major ICC global tournament win in 12 years. The team has a strong home advantage, with the enthusiastic Indian crowd rallying behind them. On the other hand, Australia is the most successful nation in the history of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup and is looking to secure their sixth title.
Injury has forced Australia to make a late change to their World Cup squad, adding an element of uncertainty to the match. The tournament also features a reserve day in case of inclement weather. Furthermore, there is a US$10 million prize money for the tournament, with the winner taking home US$4 million.
Fans around the world can catch the action through various broadcasters such as Star Sports Network in India, Fox Sports and Kayo in Australia, and Sky Sports in the UK. Additionally, the match will be streamed live on platforms like ESPN+ and WillowTV.
All eyes are on the Narendra Modi Stadium as cricket enthusiasts eagerly await the outcome of this thrilling final match. Will India be able to secure victory on home soil, or will Australia continue their dominant run in the World Cup? The answer will soon be revealed, capturing the attention of cricket fans worldwide.