With the T20I World Cup fast approaching, Skipper Rohit Sharma rolling on fitness to join the team. India on their road to the T20I World Cup will play three T20I against dominant England. India has currently played South Africa and Ireland and has won 4 of their 7 T20I games under the leadership of Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant.
When India landed in the United Kingdom for the limited-over series and the one-off Test match, captain Rohit Sharma was expected to be a part of the final playing eleven in all seven matches, but unfortunately, the Indian skipper went down with COVID-19 and missed the important Test match. The entire Indian team came under the scanner when they were found flouting the COVID protocols. Sources close to the BCCI now say that Rohit has recovered and now is accelerating towards full fitness and will be a part of India’s white-ball matches.