Virat Kohli will come back to action as he leads the 15-member Indian Team for the up and coming two Test series against the Windies. Virat Kohli was refreshed from the as of late finished up Asia Cup 2018 in the UAE. In front of the visit, Virat Kohli will hope to outperform previous Indian commander Mohammad Azharuddin in Test runs record against the West Indies. Virat Kohli (502 runs) is 37 runs shy of overwhelming previous India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin (539 runs) against the West Indies in the more drawn out organization. Virat Kohli had just overshadowed previous Indian captain MS Dhoni (476 runs). Dhoni resigned from Test cricket in 2014. Of the 10 Tests Kohli has played against the Windies, he has a batting avg of 38.61 with the highest score of 200.
Batting legend Sunil Gavaskar (2746 runs) drives the diagrams of most noteworthy Test keeps running against the Windies while previous cricketers Rahul Dravid (1978 runs) and VVS Laxman (1715 runs) take the second and third spot separately.
So far, the Windies have played 94 Tests since 1948 against India. In these matches, the Windies have won 30, lost 28 and drawn 46 matches.
The primary Test among India and the Windies will start on October 4 at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot. The second Test will begin on October 12 and will be played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad.
The 5-coordinate ODI will start from October 21 and will proceed till November 1. The 3 T20Is will be played on November 4, November 6 and November 11.