In the first two matches of the 5-match Test series being played between India and England, in one, England won the match and in the other, Team India won the match. There are still three matches left to be played in this series, for which the Indian team is yet to be announced. Virat Kohli had taken a break from the first 2 matches, after which everyone expected that he would be seen playing in the last 3 matches of the series, however, now there is a situation of suspense on this too. Regarding this, former England captain Nasir Hussain has called it a blow for Team India.
personal life comes first
According to the news of Cricinfo regarding Virat Kohli, he may also miss the third and fourth Test of this Test series against England. Regarding this, former English captain Nasir Hussain said in his statement on Sky Sports that the personal life of Kohli and his family comes first. This is definitely a setback for the Indian team. But as we have seen that they have many very good young batsmen. But there is also KL Rahul who was injured before the last match. He has been playing brilliantly for India in the last few months in all formats. So I think he will come back and join the batting of the Indian team. Kohli has been playing brilliant cricket for the Indian team for the last 15 years and in the absence of a player of his stature, the team always feels his absence.
There is full hope of KL Rahul’s return after getting fit.
Before the second Test match of the series against England, KL Rahul could not be a part of Team India due to being unfit. Now there is full hope that Rahul will return fully fit in the third test. Apart from this, Ravindra Jadeja, who was out due to hamstring problem, can also make a comeback. The third test match of the series between India and England will be played at Rajkot ground from 15th February.
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