Virat Kohli-led India is preparing hard for the ICC World Test Championship final (WTC) showdown versus Kane Williamson-led New Zealand. The top two ranked Test sides will lock horns with each other in the inaugural WTC summit clash at The Rose Bowl, Southampton on June 18, which is just a week away from commencement.While Kohli & Co. have had a memorable journey enroute to the final, they will be wary of the Black Caps' tendency to put their best foot forward in ICC knockouts, at least going by the last few big-ticket tournaments. Nonetheless, Team India will be confident taking on the Kiwis, with several match-winners in the form of captain Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Cheteshwar Pujara, R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, etc.However, it goes without saying that for India to succeed, Kohli's performance will be highly crucial. For the unversed, India's only series defeat in the ongoing 2019-21 WTC cycle came against New Zealand, in their own den in early 2020. Back then, Kohli returned with scores of 2, 19, 3 and 14.Hence ahead of the WTC final, here's decoding Kohli's numbers versus NZ's top three seamers in Trent Boult, Tim Southee and Neil Wagner:Kohli vs SoutheeKohli vs BoultKohli vs WagnerFrom the above table, it is clear that Kohli has struggled versus Wagner, who is often hailed for his short-ball tactics, pace and aggression. On the other hand, he has got runs versus Boult-Southee, but the trio have been fairly successful against the Indian captain. Hence, Kohli's Test average in New Zealand stands at only a modest 36.Thus, Kohli will be wary of the NZ seamers when India take on the field to play the Kiwis in the marquee finale. What goes in his favour is his immaculate run the last time India played a Test series in England, scoring 593 runs in 5 Tests at 59.30.