New Zealand star all-rounder Colin De Grandhomme revealed the biggest headache of Virat Kohli in World Test Championship

With the 14th version of the Indian Premier League postponed due to the second wave of COVID-19 in India, all eyes are now on its way to the closing of the World Test Championship to be played between India and New Zealand in Southampton in June. Kiwi all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme believes that with the form of arsenal in which Virat Kohli is at his disposal, deciding on the right XI will be a headache.

With the 14th version of the Indian Premier League postponed due to the second wave of COVID-19 in India, all eyes are now on its way to the closing of the World Test Championship to be played between India and New Zealand in Southampton in June.

While India has a strong unit on paper, the Kiwi is no pushover. But Kiwi all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme believes that with the form of arsenal in which Virat Kohli is at his disposal, deciding on the right XI will be a headache.

The ICC wrote on Twitter to put its own quote, stating: “As many gamers as they have got, they can cowl all the bases due to the fact they have got actual properly seam bowlers and gun spinners these days, so I think their The most tough thing to do is going to choose XI.

In a release, the ICC had said that in selecting The Hampshire Bowl, the ICC drew on ECB’s experience of delivering a full summer of bio-safe international cricket in 2020. The venue provides world-class playing and training facilities, giving both teams the simplest possible environment during which to organize . Whilst the on-site accommodation will significantly reduce the danger around COVID-19 transmission and better protect the health and safety of everyone involved in delivering the ultimate .

Commenting on the shift to Southampton, Geoff Allardice, ICC head , Cricket had said: “We are confident that in selecting the Hampshire Bowl, we’ve given ourselves the simplest possible chance to successfully deliver the last word whilst keeping everyone involved safe and healthy and giving fans the prospect to watch the two best Test teams within the planet go head-to-head for the right to call themselves the ICC World Test Champions.

“I would really like to thank the ECB for his or her guidance and advice to enable us to form this decision, which provides us the simplest possible opportunity to deliver a secure and successful World Test Championship Final.”

Subscribe to our newsletter
Get your daily dose of Cricket, Football, Tennis & other favorite sports with handpicked stories delivered directly to your inbox.
You can unsubscribe at any time

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More