On Thursday, the special stand named after Team India captain Virat Kohli will be unveiled at the historic Feroz Shah Kotla ground in Delhi, during which the entire team will be present there. Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) will unveil the stand named after Kohli on Thursday itself.
The Indian team will gather here for the T20 series against South Africa. A senior board official said that the team would gather in the national capital on Thursday and then go to Dharamshala for the T20 match against South Africa. The official said, ‘The team’s break is ending on Wednesday and the players of the team are gathering in Delhi on Thursday. From here he will go to Dharamshala the next day.
Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) will unveil the stand named after Kohli on Thursday itself.
The team’s new batting coach Vikram Rathore will also join the team on the occasion. He has been included in the coaching staff in place of Sanjay Bangar. The Indian team has to play the first match against South Africa at Dharamshala Stadium. The team will then go to Mohali for the second T20, where the match will be played on 18 September. The final T20 international match will be played in Bengaluru on 22 September.