“Might Even See Virat…”: A Big Prediction from an Ex-India Cricketer. Former India batsman Parthiv Patel believes Virat Kohli will bat alongside Rohit Sharma in the upcoming Asia Cup.
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 is quickly approaching. Team India is doing everything possible to make the most of the prestigious event. India will compete in the Asia Cup 2022 before the World Cup. Where they will face arch-rivals Pakistan in a Group A match on August 28 in Dubai. Team India will be looking forward to giving Virat Kohli a chance to redeem himself in the Asia Cup, and former India cricketer Parthiv Patel believes the star batter may open alongside Rohit Sharma.
“There is no doubt about Virat Kohli’s abilities. It’s all about form and which position you want him to play. That is why the Asia Cup is so important, not only for him, but also for India, in terms of determining whether they have the right combination. I’ll keep talking about the combination because it’s crucial “Parthiv state on Cricbuzz.
A Big Prediction from Parthiv Patel on Virat Kohli
“Because KL Rahul is out, Virat Kohli could start in the Asia Cup. He is expect to be available following the Asia Cup, and India has tried numerous other openers. Virat Kohli has been at ease starting for RCB. He has all those big seasons where he came in as a starter “He continued.
The debate over Virat Kohli’s form raged on after he failed to score big in the T20Is or ODIs against England. He was rested for the subsequent ODIs against the West Indies and is also not in the squad for the T20Is.
Previously, it announce that Sri Lanka will host the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates. Due to the ongoing economic crisis in Sri Lanka, the tournament was relocated.
The match against Pakistan would be India’s first match in the upcoming Asia Cup, and the team led by Rohit Sharma would then face a qualifier. Following the group stage matches, there will be a Super 4 phase, with the top two teams advancing to the finals.
Earlier, Asian Cricket Council President Jay Shah said, “Considering the prevailing situation in Sri Lanka, the ACC after extensive deliberation has unanimously concluded that it would be appropriate to relocate the tournament from Sri Lanka to the UAE,” according to a statement from the ACC.
“Every effort was made to host the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka, and the decision to move the venue to the UAE was made after careful consideration.” “The UAE will be the new host country, while Sri Lanka will retain hosting rights,” he added.