New Delhi: Indian Cricket team captain Virat Kohli will hold a press conference in Mumbai today before going on a tour of the West Indies. Virat Kohli will answer questions from journalists at the BCCI's Mumbai cricket center, where he can also speak about the discord between his fellow Indian teammate and vice-captain Rohit Sharma.
Yesterday, it was rumored that Virat Kohli would not talk to the media before the West Indies tour to avoid these questions, but by the evening the BCCI started refuting and informing the media that Virat Kohli will talk to media before going on a foreign tour.
According to the BCCI, the media briefing will take place around 6 p.m. at the board's headquarter, with questions on Virat Kohli. The Indian team will leave for Florida tonight for the first two T20 matches. The press conference was held earlier. The Indian team, led by Virat Kohli in Florida, is scheduled to play two T20 matches in the three-match series on August 3 and 4.
The team will then play the third T20, the three-match ODI series and the 2-match Test series at West Indices. Virat Kohli will be the captain in all three formats on this tour. The two-Test series on the West Indies tour will be part of the ICC World Test Championship. Test number one Team India would like to win the Test series 2-0 to make a spectacular start to this world-class Test championship.
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