Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and many others may rested in South Africa series ocn news

News Daily Digital Desk: If all goes well, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is set to send a handful of senior cricketers, including Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, to rest in the five-match T20 series against South Africa on home soil. The news is that Virat, Rohit, KL Rahul, Rishav Panth, Jashpreet Bumrah – all of them will be sent to rest for three consecutive weeks. So that they can get strong in the very important England series.

The IPL will end on the 29th of this month. After that, the South Africa series will start on June 9 in the country. It is rumored that senior Indian batsman Shikhar Dhawan or Hardik Pandya may take over the reins. If Rohit and Virat didn’t play, Shikhar has taken over the captaincy of India in the past. Hardik is again giving great leadership in the current IPL. The Indian all-rounder has taken Gujarat to the playoffs as captain. That being said, the best invention of this IPL (IPL 2022) is Captain Hardik. So the national selectors can rely on him in small format.

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Neither Dhawan nor Hardik will lead in five T20s against South Africa and two T20s against Ireland. Senior cricketers are being rested for the next seven T20 matches due to workload management. So that Rohit-Virat-Bumrah will not have any fatigue when they play in the important series against England next July.

However, neither Suryakumar Yadav, Rabindra Jadeja nor Deepak Chahar will be able to play in the series against South Africa. KKR captain Shreyas Iyer, Ishan Kisan and Rituraj Gaikwad will play. Sanju Samson can also be in the team. In bowling, there is a possibility of Bhubaneswar Kumar, the famous Krishna.

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