As the Indian team looks forward to their first tour after the World Cup, Virat Kohli is all set to join the team for their next assignment of West Indies tour schedule to begin on 3 August.
There were speculations that skipper Virat Kohli will not join the team for T20s and One-Day Internationals and will take some time off after the World Cup. However, there’s been some change of plans and we’ll be seeing him in all three formats.
The team is scheduled to play three T20s, three ODIs and two Test in the coming tour. Trying not to look back on their heart breaking exit from the ICC World Cup 2019, Team India looks forward to prepare for the T20 World Cup which is to be held next year in Australia.
Virat Kohli had been subject to criticisms after India’s unfortunate exit from the mega tournament and some of his decision people him responsible for. Many professionals from the cricketing world blamed him for sending Mahendra Singh Dhoni at number seven while Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik and Hardik Pandya batted ahead of him. The decision of experimenting with the middle order had raised alot of questions on captain’s credibility.
Leaving all behind, team is ready to make a fresh start and prepare for their next assignment.