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India tour of Australia 2018; Virat Kohli poses with fans

India tour of Australia 2018; Virat Kohli poses with fans
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Just a few days are remaining for the biggest clash of 2018 cricket league between India and Australia. In such a way, Team India has reached Australia and has started practicing. Meanwhile, Captain Virat Kohli, who reached Brisbane, clicked his photographs with some Indian fans. BCCI shares some pictures with its official Twitter page. Along with Kohli, KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma have also shared some pictures from their official Twitter account. Indian team has to play 3 T-20, 4 Tests and 3 matches one-day series in Australia, the first T20 match will be played on November 21 in Brisbane.

Before leaving for Australia, captain Virat Kohli had said at the press conference that the batsmen would have to perform better in Australian pitches. At the same time, Indian coach Ravi Shastri said that there will not be much change in the ODI team so there are only 13 matches to play before the World Cup.

India has the golden opportunity to beat Australia in the Test series. Australia’s two leading batsmen Steve Smith and David Warner are facing a one-year ban for tampering the ball. Last time India visited Australia in 2014-15, at that time India won the T-20 series by 3-0. India would like to once again repeat the same performance. Before the tour of Australia, sharing the photos of captain Virat Kohli with fans, the BCCI has given captions – Virat Kohli has always time for his fans.

Team India has started practicing in Gabba in Australia. BCCI has shared some pictures on social media of players’ who are practicing on the field.

Steve Smith and David Warner are holding a ban on allegations of bowl tampering in Cape Town. Now, Team India will have to perform well under the leadership of Kohli. Virat Kohli has played 8 Test matches in Australia so far and has scored 992 runs at an average of 62. His maximum score is 169. In the 2014-15 series, Virat Kohli scored 692 runs in 4 matches at an average of 86.50.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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