With a 2-0 lead in the four-match Border-Gavaskar Trophy, India will be looking for a series-clinching victory in the third Test match against Australia, which will begin on March 1 in Indore. Meanwhile, Australia will stage a comeback and hope to win the remaining two games if the series is to end in a 2-2 tie.
Rohit Sharma will be ready to lead India in the third Test of the Border-Gavaskar series, which begins March 1 at the Holkar Cricket Association Stadium in Indore. He hit a record-breaking century in the first game of the series and followed it up with scores of 32 and 31 in Delhi. Rohit might be eyeing on to complete 2,000 Test runs at home in Indore.
In international cricket, Rohit has been India’s classic opener. His Test career took off after Virat Kohli promoted him to opener in 2019. Rohit has only played 46 Tests in his ten-year career. He has 3,257 runs at a 46.76 average. And now, Rohit is on track to score 2,000 runs in domestic Tests (at home).
So far, Rohit has 1,943 runs from 22 Tests at home. His average of 71.96 in home Tests is second only to Sir Donald Bradman’s 98.22. Rohit has 8 hundreds and 6 half-centuries at home. In addition, he has a Test double-century at home.