India and South Africa series is going on where in 2nd Test match Indian Test captain Virat Kohli was ruled out of the against South Africa due to injury.
Now he is ready to return in the third and final Test of the series starting in Cape Town on January 11. The Cape Town Test will be Kohli’s 99th Test match.
Here Cricket fans are waiting for some good and big inning by Kohli bat, this match is going to start from 11 Jan, see which club Kohli can join.
In 2nd test match, KL Rahul lead the team India, and Kohli is not part of the team due to their back injury but now in 3rd match, he is going to lead the team.
If Kohli makes a score of 146 runs or more in both the innings of the Cape Town Test, then he will become the 31st batsman in the history of Test cricket to cross the 8,000-run mark.
He has 27 centuries and as many fifties to his name in this format.
If Kohli crosses the 8 thousand score, then he will also become the sixth Indian to do so.
In this list, Sachin Tendulkar tops the list with 51 centuries.
Before him, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sunil Gavaskar, VVS Laxman, and Virender Sehwag have achieved this feat.
If Kohli scores a century, he will leave behind Allan Border and Graeme Smith to score the most centuries. Steve Smith has also scored 27 centuries.
India and South Africa series get ties at 1-1. India won the first test and South Africa won the second.
Indian Test captain Virat Kohli was ruled out of the second Test due to injury and KL Rahul take their position.
The Cape Town Test will be Kohli’s 99th Test match. In this match, his eyes are on the big batting record.
Kohli currently has 7 thousand 854 Test runs to his name and he is in 32nd position in the list of highest run-scorers in Test cricket.
After November 2019, Indian Test captain Kohli has not made a century in any format and he is also trying to end this series with his best performance.