Virat Kohli will have another challenge apart from winning at Sydney Cricket Ground

Sydney: After the first ODI loss to Australia (Australia) at the Sydney Cricket Ground, on the one hand, where Team India will get to level the series in the second match to be held on this ground on November 29, in front of captain Virat Kohli. It will be a challenge to improve your personal record on this ground.

Virat Kohli has scored 59.14 in his ODI career so far, but his average in ODI cricket on SCG has been low. He has scored only 57 runs in 6 ODIs at this ground so far at an average of only 11.40. His strike rate on the same ground is also 64.04, while in his career so far he has scored at an average of 93.26.

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Kohli’s limited-overs rival Australian batsman Steve Smith played a century of 105 off 66 balls at the SCG ground in the first ODI played on Friday. The Indian captain will lead the Indian team only in the first Test after limited overs and then he will return home due to the birth of his first child. He will not play the last 3 matches of the Test series and one of these matches is to be played in Sydney.

Kohli has a good average in Sydney in Tests. He has scored at an average of 49.60 in five innings at the SCG ground, which is just a little less than his Test career average of 53.62. In T20 Kohli has played only 2 matches so far at the Sydney Cricket Ground, where his average is 111 and in this he has scored half a century in both innings.
(Input-IANS)

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