Will Virat Kohli Play In T20 Series Against South Africa? Selector Reveals Details

Now only about 20 days are left for the end of this season. After this season of IPL, all the teams will once again return to the track of international cricket. In which Indian cricket team has to play South Africa after IPL.

After IPL, India has to play T20 series with South Africa

The Indian cricket team will host South Africa in a 5-match T20 series from June 9 to June 19 in their own country. The selection of the Indian team regarding this series has already started showing excitement.

In this T20 series against South Africa, most of the eyes will be on the selection of Virat Kohli. Will Virat Kohli get a chance in this series, or whether the selectors will consider resting him, it has to be seen.

Will Virat Kohli get a chance or a break?

Virat Kohli is going through a very bad form in this season of IPL. Virat Kohli continues to fail, having scored only 216 runs in 11 innings of 11 matches played this season. During this, he could only hit one fifty.

The most important thing about Virat Kohli’s form is that he has been a victim of Golden Duck 3 times this season. After this the selectors are also wondering whether to give rest or chance to Virat Kohli in the South Africa series?

Before team selection, selectors will talk to Virat Kohli

The selection of this T20 series against South Africa is believed to be possible during the IPL play-offs. Before which it is being told that the selection committee headed by Chetan Sharma will talk to Virat Kohli, where he will ask whether he needs a break in this bad phase or not?

According to the reports of Inside Sports, the selector has said, “This is a phase that every player goes through and Virat is also going through the same phase. He will surely overcome this. But as selectors, we have to think about the team first. We will discuss with him whether he wants a break from cricket or to continue the fight against his form.”

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