Virat Kohli feels it would have been “more logical” if Indian team was given a couple of more ODIs than two T20 Internationals in lead up to the ICC Cricket World Cup, which commences from May 30 in England and Wales. India will be playing two T20Is and five ODIs against Australia. It is going to be final international series for the Men in Blue ahead of the ICC megaevent.
On the eve of the opening T20I against the Kangaroos, Kohli said, “Probably, a couple of more ODIs would have been more beneficial for both the teams not just us. It would have been more ideal and logical.”
“But look we have to utilize what’s in front of us as best as possible. And as I said we’re going to look to get into the right kind of frame of mind as a team,” the 30 years old added.
India have more or less a settled team but given the enormity of a World Cup, Kohli didn’t rule out playing a stand-out performer.
“We’re more or less sorted. But through the course of the series, you might see something which might surprise you as a team and which you might want to change immediately. But those are things that are upon how circumstances come in front of you,” he said.