The BCCI will announce the captain of the Test team before the Sri Lanka series. Indian cricket team star opener Rohit Sharma will be the new Test captain. BCCI selectors in December.
The BCCI will announce the captain of the Test team before the Sri Lanka series. Indian cricket team star opener Rohit Sharma will be the new Test captain. It is learned that the BCCI selectors announced Rohit Sharma as the regular captain of the limited overs Indian team in December. But now senior batsman Rohit Sharma will also be selected as the captain of the Test team ahead of the home series. Rohit Sharma is already the captain for ODIs and T20s. Limited overs captain and Test vice-captain Rohit Sharma is rumored to be handing over the reins. But first the names of KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant are coming on the screen. There are opinions that the BCCI may not be leaning towards the hitman in terms of age and fitness. The BCCI, however, has full clarity on the matter. It is learned that Rohit Sharma has also decided to hand over the Test captaincy
But, now he will also become the captain of the Test team. This means that Rohit will be the Indian captain in all three formats of cricket. Meanwhile, Team India will be selected for the series against Sri Lanka. The Indian selectors will meet to select the Sri Lankan team. There is also a chance that they will announce the appointment of Rohit Sharma as Test captain.
Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) has been vacant since he resigned as Test captain in Team India. The selectors have ruled out the possibility of a Test series at the moment. But, now India have to play 2 Tests in the series against Sri Lanka. This necessitated the appointment of a captain.
The BCCI is reportedly opting to select KL Rahul, who captained South Africa for the second Test, as vice-captain. Pant on the other hand also seems to be in the race.
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