Virat Kohli could play Zimbabwe ODIs to regain form BCCI


Virat Kohli is currently going through the worst form of his career. During the recent tour of England, Kohli did not score more than 20 runs in an innings of any format. In such a situation, now the BCCI wants the run machine to regain its rhythm before the Asian Cup and return to its old style. For this, the board is planning to send Kohli on a tour of Zimbabwe. Indian team is currently on West Indies tour. After the Windies, the team will reach Zimbabwe to play a three-match ODI series.

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According to Hindustan Times, a BCCI source said, “There is still some time for the selectors’ meeting. But the plan is that Virat can use the Zimbabwe series to regain the batting touch in the format he is very good at.

Indian team is going to tour Zimbabwe after 6 years. The last time India toured the country under the leadership of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was in 2016. For information, let us tell you that Virat Kohli was rested on that tour.

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The last time Kohli toured Zimbabwe was in 2013. Kohli has played a total of 9 matches in this country so far. Including 7 ODIs and 2 T20Is, Kohli has scored 241 runs against Zimbabwe on the same soil, in which he also has a century to his name. Kohli’s average during this period has been more than 60.

Kohli had sought rest for West Indies tour

According to reports, Virat Kohli had sought rest for the West Indies tour for the last time before the T20 World Cup 2022. The board wanted to send its best team for the T20 series on this tour, but still they fulfilled this demand of Kohli. In such a situation, before the Asia Cup, now BCCI can send Kohli on a tour of Zimbabwe.

 

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