Monday, April 22

Report: Virat Kohli may lose three Test matches of four match series against Australia

Virat Kohli. (Photo by Hagen Hopkins / Getty Image)

Team India is set to fly from Dubai to Australia soon after the conclusion of the Indian Premier League (IPL) on November 10. They are about to face the team for three ODIs, as the tour is accompanied by several T20Is and four The Test match pulled to the end of January. India is already struggling with many injuries Rohit Sharma And Ishant Sharma was not part of the touring party till now.

Meanwhile, it has been reported that captain Virat Kohli may also make a big dent in the four-match Test series due to personal reasons. He and his wife Anushka Sharma are expecting the birth of their first child in early January and the Indian captain wants to be with his family.

The couple revealed the news in an Instagram post before the IPL this year as Anushka traveled to the UAE with Virat Kohli for the T20 and was in a bio-bubble with the RCB team. According to the news published in the Times of India, Kohli has written BCCI Stating that he may not be available from the second Test of the four-match series.

“Virat has written to the board that he may miss three Tests for personal reasons in January,” the source said about the BCCI developments.

AUS vs IND Test Series starting from 17 December

As far as India’s tour of Australia tour is concerned, the three-match ODI series is scheduled to begin on 27 November. Audiences will be welcomed in Sydney and are also allowed to train at the same time. The T20Is will be played from December 4. A limited overs tour will be played in Sydney and Canberra.

After a couple of warm-up matches, India And Australia will play Horn in the much awaited four-match Test series. The Virat Kohli-led team will start their first day-night Test match at home in Adelaide from 17 December, while the traditional Boxing Day Test will take place in Melbourne. The last two Tests will be played in Sydney and Brisbane on 7 January and 15 January respectively.