Wriddhiman Saha has been recovered; Indian wicket-keeper flies back home after not travelling with Team India
Virat Kohli and his men who have departed to the United Kingdom for the inaugural tournament of the ICC World Test Championship finals have reached their destination. The two top contenders of the inaugural edition of the ICC World Test Championship India and New Zealand will clash with each other in the showdown which is just three weeks away from us.
The mega event is scheduled to take place at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton in England in June18-22. Interestingly, both Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson are yet to clinch the ICC title as captain and it is a great opportunity for both the skippers to achieve the feat in the WTC final.
Moreover, we can expect a nail-biting encounter between these two giants as they have what they need in their arsenal. Both of them are strong enough to dominate each other whether it batting or bowling department. On the other hand, there is a famous rivalry between these two sides way back in the ICC World Cup 2019 where Kane Williamson and his men defeated Virat Kohli's army in the semi-final of the mega event.
KS Bharat flies back to India:
The wicket-keeper batsman KS Bharat is a talented cricketer who had been selected as a reserve player in the Indian squad. It has the likes of the other three wicket-keepers with the name of Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul and Wriddhiman Saha. KL Rahul and Wriddhiman Saha had been affected by the deadly virus and managed to get back well in time.
However, considering the reports from Samayam.com, it has stated that "Wriddhiman Saha has fully recovered. KS Bharat has been dropped from the team because doctors have assured Saha that he is not likely to have any health problems due to corona."
But all of us know that Rishabh Pant will be the first on the cards for Virat Kohli as he is in red-hot form with the bat. Moreover, they have to undergo the mandatory quarantine of 14 days. Virat Kohli and his men won't get much practice and might have troubles against New Zealand. So, let us wait and see that who's going to conquer the title which is just three weeks away from us.