Virat Kohli to step down from ODI captaincy after T20, final decision to be taken this week

New Delhi: The decision on Virat Kohli's ODI remaining captain will be taken this week. The National Selection Committee led by Chetan Sharma is scheduled to select the team for the tour of South Africa. The attack may start a week behind the pre-scheduled schedule due to the new version of the corona virus in South Africa. However, the board and government of both countries are closely monitoring the status of the Corona virus.

Due to the T20 World Cup and Test Championship, the teams have paid more attention to the T20 format and test format. Team India has played only 6 ODI matches this year, including the tour of Sri Lanka. Many senior players were not involved in this tour. More than ODI T20 Internationals will be played in 2022, including the T20 World Cup in Australia. The T20 World Cup will be held in the months of October and November.

After the T20 World Cup, the ODI World Cup is to be played in 2023. According to the current schedule, India will have only nine ODI to play in the next seven months, three of which will be played in South Africa and three in England. While one faction in the BCCI is in favour of retaining Kohli as the ODI captain, the other group is talking about handing over the captaincy of both T20 and ODI to the same player to give Rohit Sharma an opportunity to prepare well for the 2023 ODI World Cup.

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