It is believed that the team for the last three Tests will be announced within one to two days. Before that, the biggest question is whether legendary batsman Virat Kohli will play?
The second match of the five-Test series between India and England will be played in Visakhapatnam from February 2. There have been some changes in Team India for this match. Experienced players KL Rahul and Ravindra Jadeja will not play in this match due to injury. Batsman Sarfaraz Khan, all-rounder Washington Sundar and spinner Saurabh Kumar have been included in the team. All these players have come to the team only for the second test. BCCI selectors will soon select the team for the last three matches of the series.
Will Virat Kohli play the last three test matches?: It is being said that there will be a meeting of selectors on Tuesday (January 30). During this time the team will be selected for the last three test matches. However, information about when it will be announced has not been revealed. It is believed that the team for the last three Tests will be announced within one to two days. Before that, the biggest question is whether legendary batsman Virat Kohli will play?
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Virat Kohli will not play in the second test match against England. Virat did not play in the first two test matches due to family reasons. Till now, no information has been revealed whether he is available for the next 3 tests or not. The BCCI stands in support of the former captain, but refused to disclose the matter that led to Virat withdrawing his name. It seems like the charismatic batsman is going through a tough personal phase which has kept him away from social media as well. It will be interesting to see whether he returns in the last three matches of the series or not.
The five-match Test series between India and England has started from January 25 and even before this series, Team India has suffered a big blow. The former captain and senior batsman of the team has been out of the first two test matches. BCCI issued a statement saying that Virat Kohli will not be able to play the first two test matches due to personal reasons. BCCI argued that Virat's privacy should be respected on this occasion.