Team India captain Virat Kohli has been advised to rein in his readiness to make a cover drive against this bowler in the World Test Championship final.
The Indian team has to face New Zealand in the final from June 18.
The Indian team has to play the final of the World Test Championship in Southampton, England from June 18. The team has to face New Zealand to win the championship title. Before the final match, Virat Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma is worrying about his disciple and Team India. In such a situation, he warned Virat Kohli against a particular bowler as well as advice.
Rajkumar believes that Virat Kohli needs to be cautious with Kiwi bowler Tim Southee to win the final match. It is known to all that Virat Kohli is not very comfortable playing against Saudi. This is not a matter of today, it has been going on since the days of Under 19. In such a situation, coach Rajkumar has given important advice to his desired disciple.
Kohli knows where he is going wrong
Rajkumar Sharma told India News that Kohli knows where he goes wrong against Saudi, he needs to improve now. He said, ‘It is not that Virat Kohli does not know where he is making a mistake, but despite this, Saudi got him out 10 times, so it is a matter of concern. Virat Kohli will have to work on leaving the ball outside the off-stump. He said, ‘The Saudis consistently bowl at such lengths where the batsman has to decide whether to play or leave the ball. Tim Southee swings the ball well. It becomes impossible to play them if the wicket is helpful at all.
Will get a break after WTC
The World Test Championship started in 2019. Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane have proved to be the most important for the team from India. Both have played more than 100 balls in 9-9 innings. Captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma also could not do the same.
India also has to play a Test series against hosts England after the World Test Championship. After the final match, the Indian players will get a break of about three weeks (20 days) and will regroup on 14 July to prepare for the five-match Test series against England starting 4 August in Nottingham.
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