1st Test starts from 5:30 AM, Indian team announced, Kohli can break Sachin's big record - CricketGalore

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Thursday, 6 December 2018

1st Test starts from 5:30 AM, Indian team announced, Kohli can break Sachin's big record

The first test match of Border Gavaskar Trophy will be played between India and Australia from Thursday, 6th December at Adelaide Oval at 5:30 in the early morning.
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The 'Men in blue' in whites has a golden opportunity to change the history of 71 years in Australian soil. Before the match, The BCCI has announced the 12 member squad for the Adelaide test on its official Twitter handle.

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However, the Indian team has never won a red ball series in the Australian soil, but this time the Virat & Co. has the best chance to create history by defeating the Kangaroo team.

Virat Kohli can break 4 big records along with Sachin Tendulkar's:

In the first match of the series, Indian skipper king Kohli can demolish many big records, including Sachin's record.
1. Virat Kohli needs 8 runs to complete 1,000-run in Test cricket against Australia in Australia. So far Virat Kohli has scored 992 runs in 8 Test matches, with he will become the fastest to score 1000 runs against Australia.

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2. Virat Kohli has scored 24 test centuries so far, In the case of the most century in the Test cricket, Virat Kohli can equal Pakistan's Inzamam-ul-Haq (25 centuries).
3. With the century in the first match, Virat Kohli (62) can leave Jacques Kallis (62), in the case most centuries in all the formats. And also can become the fastest to score 63 Internationals centuries by leaving Sangakkara behind (63 centuries).

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4. Sachin has scored 6 Test hundreds on Australian soil while Virat has scored 5 centuries. With century he can level the record of Sachin Tendulkar.
5. Virat has scored 4 test centuries this year and in the case of scoring most test hundreds in 2018, he can leave Mominul Haque of Bangladesh who also has scored 4 test centuries in 2018.

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