India and Australia are gearing up for an exciting World Test Championship (WTC) Final at the Oval. If the match ends in a draw, both teams will be declared joint winners and share the trophy. India, who lost to New Zealand in the previous cycle, will be competing in their second consecutive WTC Final.

The Indian team is currently in the UK, preparing for this significant match. Australia is also making preparations for the final.

The WTC Final will take place at the Oval in London from June 7-11, starting at 3:30 PM IST.

Australian batsman Steve Smith predicts that the pitch at the Oval will favor the batsmen. As the match progresses, he believes it may turn into a subcontinent-like wicket, assisting the spinners.

According to the AccuWeather report, the weather conditions for the first four days of the Test are expected to be ideal, with clear skies. However, there is a 56% chance of rain on the final day, which could potentially impact the outcome of the match.

In case of rain delays, there is a reserve day available to make up for lost time. If the match ends in a draw or no result is possible, India and Australia will be declared joint winners, sharing the WTC trophy.