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Exciting Final Clash Expected in ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 between South Africa and India

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The final showdown of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024 is set to take place between South Africa and India on Saturday, 29th June at the iconic Kensington Oval in Barbados. South Africa secured their spot in the final by defeating Afghanistan, while India emerged victorious against England in the semi-finals.

This final will mark a historic occasion as two teams that have won back-to-back matches will face each other for the championship title. South Africa has triumphed in all 8 matches so far in the tournament, whereas India has claimed victories in all 7 matches played, with one match being washed out due to rain.

The pitch at Kensington Oval in Barbados is known to offer an equal challenge for both bowlers and batsmen, providing opportunities for fast bowlers to generate swing and spinners to thrive during the middle overs. The average first innings score on this pitch stands at 153 runs, hinting at a potentially high-scoring and thrilling contest.

Matches played at Oval stadiums have seen 19 instances where the team batting first emerged victorious, while the chasing team has won 11 times. There have been no results in two matches hosted at this venue. The highest recorded score is 172 runs, indicating that both teams may aim to set a formidable total.

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