Mahendra Singh Dhoni will return from injury to lead India in Wednesday’s second Test against Australia in Brisbane, the visiting team said on Tuesday. (New-Look Australia Pace Attack Awaits India)
Dhoni, who arrived late for the Australian tour to allow him time to fully recover from a fractured thumb, will take over from Virat Kohli. (Don’t Expect Kohli to be a Perfect Captain, Says Gavaskar)
Kohli scored back-to-back centuries and skippered a bold India run-chase in the opening Adelaide Test before the tourists went down by 48 runs last Saturday.
Dhoni has a poor record asc in away Tests winning just six out of 28 outside India. (Steve Smith is Australia’s New Skipper)
If Dhoni loses the three remaining Tests of the series in Australia he will become the most defeated captain away from home in the history of the game.