Six potential players in the upcoming match, including Kohli, Warner, Smith, Maxwell, Starc, and Hazlewood, have all participated in a World Cup final and emerged victorious.

Despite being the fifth-highest wicket-taker in the current World Cup with 18 dismissals, Jasprit Bumrah stands out with an impressive economy rate of 3.98.

Notably, R Ashwin holds the best economy rate among wicket-takers, positioned at 78th, with a single wicket and 3.4 runs per over in his one match.

Mitchell Starc, with 62 wickets, ranks third on the all-time World Cup wicket-takers' list, aiming to surpass Muttiah Muralitharan's second position with six more wickets.

Mohammed Shami, alongside Lasith Malinga, is India's top World Cup wicket-taker, surpassing Wasim Akram (55) and Malinga (56), securing a higher ranking.

The experienced players bring a wealth of World Cup final experience, setting the stage for an intense and competitive match.

Jasprit Bumrah's economical bowling adds a valuable dimension to India's bowling lineup, making him a key player in the upcoming game.

Mitchell Starc's quest for six more wickets to match Muttiah Muralitharan adds an intriguing subplot to the individual records in the World Cup.

Mohammed Shami's potential ascent on the wicket-takers' list highlights his consistency and effectiveness in the World Cup tournaments.

The statistics underscore the significance of individual performances and milestones that could shape the outcome of the upcoming match.