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‘Where is Rohit?’- Netizens enquire about Rohit Sharma as he was missing from the images shared by Indian Cricket Board

By BetBarter Staff

June 16, 2022

The Indian players bound for the all-format series in England have landed in London at the time of writing. During the travel, the Board For Control Of Cricket In India (BCCI) uploaded quite a few images of players on Twitter. Also, they uploaded an image of players after landing in the capital of England, i.e London. However, much to the surprise of the fans, skipper Rohit Sharma was missing.

Apparently, in the images uploaded by the BCCI, players such as former skipper Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, Shuhhman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, and many more who are part of the Test squad were clicked. Also, Pujara uploaded a picture of players after landing in the European country. However, Sharma was missing in the pictures. This has left the fans worried on social media.

There have been a few fans who have been asking about the whereabouts of the 35-year-old. “Where is the main man @ImRo45?” one user tweeted. “Where is the captain?” another asked. Meanwhile, it will be interesting to see where the skipper of the Indian team is. Currently, he has been rested for the ongoing five-match T20I series against South Africa and two matches against Ireland, to be played later this month.

As per reports, Rohit Sharma will be boarding the flight to England later with the support staff and the remaining of the squad.

The team will be playing the four-day Warm-up against Leicestershire from June 24 to 27. The game will be played to acclimatize according to the English conditions. The tour will start with the postponed fifth Test match at Edgbaston in Birmingham from July 2 to 6. During the game, the white-ball players will play two T20 warm-up games before the three-match T20I series starts on July 7 in Southampton.

The remaining two games of the series will be played on July 9 and 10 in Birmingham and Nottingham. The team will be looking to see the team combination for the 20-20 World Cup to be played later this year. The tour will conclude with three-match ODI series. The matches will be played on July 12, 14, and 17 at The Oval, Lord’s, and Manchester respectively.

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