How Can India Qualify for The World Test Championship Final Despite Losing the Third Test Against Australia?

Australia's nine-wicket victory in Indore was India's first Test defeat on home soil since 2021, and it came after India suffered its first loss on home soil since 2021.

The Men in Blue might have qualified for the World Test Championship (WTC) with a victory in the third Test, but they will have to wait a little longer.

Following only their second Test victory in India since 2004, Australia clinched a spot in the 2023 finals, which will be held at The Oval in June.

The top-ranked squad has only lost three times in the whole season and has a 68.52 percent victory record. 

 Even if they lose the fourth Test, their percentage of 65 will be sufficient to place them in the top two.

The runner-up of the initial WTC cycle is presently ranked second with a winning percentage of 60.29,

 just ahead of third-place Sri Lanka, who will play New Zealand on the road in the last series of their cycle.

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