Indian players have started to arrive in batches in West Indies for the multi-format series – starting with two Test matches from July 12.
After facing an embarrassing defeat in the WTC 2021-23 Final by Australia at The Oval, Team India will kick start fresh edition, WTC 2023-25, in West Indies with two Test matches followed by three ODIs and five T20Is.
Players like Md. Siraj and KS Bharat updated on their social media platform that they have arrived in London and likely to board a flight for West Indies from there. Check there post.
Meanwhile, reports have confirmed that Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli are likely to arrive in West Indies, next week from London and Paris, respectively. As reported by the Indian Express, the duo will arrive in Caribbean Island next week.
Ahead of the Test series, Team India is likely to play a warm-up match.
Speaking of head-to-head record, India and West Indies have faced each other on 98 occasion, with India winning 22 times while West Indies winning on 30 occasions.