Virat will get a collision with this player, childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma told what will be the biggest challenge in England

Former Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli is going through his poor form. In the last two years, Kohli has not been able to score a century in any format. In such a situation, he will try to get back his lost rhythm on the tour of England. In England, the Indian team has to play a series of one Test, three ODIs and as many T20 matches. The Test match will start from July 1.

Meanwhile, Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has given him some important advice and what kind of challenges he might face on the tour of England.

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In a conversation with ‘India News’, Rajkumar Sharma said, ‘Virat Kohli will have to focus only on his game in England. They just need to focus on their basics. He has been going through a tough time in batting for a long time. However, one good thing for him is that he is spending time in the nets with great batsman Rahul Dravid which is a good sign.

“It’s not that there is any problem with Kohli’s basic game. Though sometimes you can’t even catch your small mistakes but when you have a coach like Rahul Dravid, it becomes easy to rectify them. Dravid had amazing technique, which will benefit the players of the team.

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On the challenges faced by Virat during the England tour, Rajkumar Sharma said, ‘The biggest challenge for Virat against England will be the rivalry with Joe Root. Kohli would like him to try to do better with the bat than Root. Every time Kohli is in his hotel room, he certainly thinks about his rivalry with Root. Although I believe that once the match starts, Virat Kohli will focus only on his game.

Let us tell you that former England captain Joe Root recently scored 305 in four innings of the three-match Test series against New Zealand at an average of 101.67.