Team India ODI and T20 captain Rohit Sharma, who missed the tour of South Africa due to an injury, has reportedly regained fitness. It looks like Rohit will be available for three ODIs and three T20I series with the West Indies.
Rohit is likely to take the reins for the first time since being selected as a full-fledged captain for the white ball. Meanwhile, the selection committee will announce the Indian squad for the series against the West Indies later this week.
We know that Virat Kohli has relinquished his captaincy after the Test series against South Africa. In this context, Rohit will be selected for the long format. He will lead India in the ODIs, starting February 6 and the T20i series, starting February 16.
Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya, who struggled to bowl in the T20 World Cup along with the last IPL season, has been working hard in the nets. However, it is still unclear whether he will be able to bowl in the match.