In preparation for the forthcoming two-match Test series beginning on July 12, Team India arrived in the West Indies on Friday. It’s interesting to note that the players went in groups because the Indian Board of Control for Cricket was unable to locate tickets for the same aircraft.Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, and Virat Kohli will depart from Paris and London, respectively. When the two elite hitters will join the team is still unknown. Currently spending time with their families are Rohit and Kohli. The Indian Express reports that they will arrive there the following week.
India will also compete in one exhibition match. West Indies and the subcontinental team have faced off 98 times, with India coming out on top 22 times. However, the hosts have prevailed 30 times.