It looks like that Virat Kohli might have to wait to lead India in Tests. Reports suggests that regular skipper MS Dhoni is fit and might lead India in the first Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy beginning on December 9th at Adelaide. 

Dhoni, who arrived at Adelaide on December 5th, will train with the team on December 7th. 

Before the rescheduling of the Tests, MS Dhoni would have missed the first Test in Brisbane, slated to start on December 4th, because of fractured thumb. But with the new schedule, there is a possibility that Dhoni will lead the side. 

A final call on this would be taken most probably by Monday. 

More to Follow..


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