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.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Virat Kohli remains the leading-run scorer in T20s. (Photo Credit: Instagram/ViratKohli)

  • In 2017, India's first T20 bilateral series win came under Kohli's captaincy
  • The team is yet to win an ICC trophy under Kohli
  • In 2018, India defeated a formidable England team in its own backyard

.Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
India played 45 matches under Virat Kohli's captaincy. (Photo Credit: Instagram/ViratKohli)

  • Kohli took up India's Test captaincy after MS Dhoni's retirement
  • The Indian captain took to social media to confirm the developments
  • The workload management in Indian cricket is not a new concept

Krunal Pandya was excluded from the Indian squad for the upcoming T20 world cup. (Photo Credit: PTI Photo/Kunal Patil)

  • Hardik and Krunal played together against England earlier this year
  • Krunal vouched for his own form prior to the squad announcent
  • Shikhar Dhawan and Yuzvendra Chahal have also been excluded from the team

.Delhi, India
R Ashwin will make a return to the Indian squad in 2021 T20 World Cup. (Photo credit: Twitter/Ashwin)

  • R Ashwin makes a return to white-ball cricket after a long time
  • The last time he played a T20I for India was in 2017
  • Fans and experts were much surprised on his inclusion

.Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
A total of 18 players will be picked for ICC T20 World Cup 2021. (Photo Credit: PTI)

  • The T20 World Cup 2021 will take place in Oman and the UAE from October 17
  • Krunal Pandya said that he hopes to find a place in the T20 World Cup squad
  • He said he believes he is "a proper batsman"

.Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
The final will played in Dubai on November 14. (Photo Credit: PTI)

  • BCCI is likely to announce team India's squad for T20 World Cup 2021 at 9pm today
  • The World Cup will take place in Oman and the UAE from October 17
  • A total of 18 players will be picked for the event, including three reserves

Former India captain MS Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket in 2020. (Photo credit: AFP)

  • T20 WC 2021 will be the first edition for India without MS Dhoni
  • MS DHoni announced his retirement in August, 2020
  • The last major international tournament he played was the 2019 Cricket World Cup