Predicting India’s playing XI for ICC T20 World Cup 2021

3. Virat Kohli (c)

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There is no doubt that Virat Kohli is the best batsman across formats. He is also the only player to average in excess of 50 in all three formats. He is also best known for adapting to the situation and is someone who takes the game away from the visitors with his batting masterclass.

He may not have scored a century in T20s but is certain to score one in the times to come. The right-handed batsman scored 2928 runs in 85 T20Is with an incredible batting average of 50.5. He registered his personal best score of 94*.

Virat Kohli scored 25 fifties to his name. The 32-year-old athlete would be looking forward to unleashing his captaincy skills in the marquee event, which he has never won with Team India. The upcoming T20 World Cup will be quite a challenge for the Indian skipper to showcase his mettle.