As India and Australia gear up for the grand finale of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on November 19, astrologer Sumit Bajaj has shared his prediction, stating that India, led by Rohit Sharma, will emerge victorious in the World Cup.
Bajaj, known for his accurate forecasts throughout the tournament, expressed confidence in India’s success in what he deems the toughest match of the World Cup. He added a speculative note, suggesting that Australian cricketer Pat Cummins might regret a decision taken during the game.
Sumit Bajaj’s predictions have extended beyond match outcomes to individual player performances. Notably, he accurately predicted Rohit Sharma‘s impactful innings, foreseeing a score of more than 75.
Bajaj’s insights also covered Indian captain Virat Kohli, predicting a less-than-stellar performance with the bat. This prediction came true as Kohli was dismissed after scoring 16 runs. The astrologer’s consistent accuracy has garnered a global following.
He further details about crucial phases for team India ahead of the all important final. As previously emphasized, specific segments of the match might witness a partial collapse, potentially altering the game’s course. This information is brought to attention and should be assessed in conjunction with crucial timings and significant overs, ensuring a synchronized analysis.
Important phase wise Favour of Luck— Sumit Bajaj (Astrologer) (@astrosumitbajaj) November 19, 2023
As earlier highlighted, some part of match may invite some partial collapse etc & turn the game around
Just highlighting & should be analysed along with in sync with imp timings & Imp overs#INDvsAUSfinal #Worldcupfinal2023 #INDvsAUS… pic.twitter.com/lzAJaRxPZ7
Interestingly, Bajaj correctly predicted various match outcomes during the World Cup, including the semifinal clash between India and New Zealand.
In an earlier prediction, Sumit Bajaj foresaw Kohli breaking Sachin Tendulkar’s record for the most ODI centuries in the 2023 World Cup. This prediction materialized as Kohli scored his 51st century against New Zealand in the semifinal.
Sumit Bajaj’s dedication and precision in predicting World Cup matches, particularly India vs. Pakistan, have earned him the title of the “Nostradamus of India.”