Indian captain Virat Kohli wants to rest the fast bowlers in the IPL before next year's World Cup. However, this proposal, which was recently held in the Administrators' Committee (COA), is not expected to get the support of franchise teams. During a recent meeting with COA in Hyderabad, Kohli suggested that the fast bowlers, especially Jaspreet Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, rest from the entire IPL so that they can be up for the World Cup.
Not agreed on 'Virat' proposal
Although this proposal of the Indian captain did not support anyone, the board officials said that the franchisees probably would not agree on this. A senior official of the board present at the meeting said, "The IPL ends on March 29 and ends on May 19th. India will play their first match in the World Cup on June 5 from South Africa and it will have a 15-day gap. Therefore, the possibility of fast bowlers resting the entire IPL is very less. "Even the limited overs captain Rohit Sharma who was present in the meeting did not agree with Kohli.
Rohit's opinion on Virat's proposal
The official said, "When Kohli kept his mind, then COA chief Vinod Rai asked Rohit for his opinion. Rohit clarified that if the team of Mumbai Indians is in the playoffs and if the batsmen fit, then they can not rest them. "Another official present at the meeting said that it is" strange "that the Indian captain did not bowl fast bowlers Told to rest from the entire IPL.