The Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) Stadium in Mohali will host Virat Kohli’s 100th Test, rather than Bangalore, as was previously scheduled. Because of Kohli’s 14-year affiliation with the local IPL club, Royal Challengers Bangalore, the Chinnaswamy Stadium has served as a virtual home ground for him, and it may have been an appropriate venue for the milestone match.

The series, which will consist of two Tests and three Twenty20 Internationals, will be played in reverse order, with the visitors beginning their trip in Lucknow with the T20Is, contrary to the originally stated itinerary. The first T20I will be played on February 24 at the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA), with the second and third T20Is taking place on February 26 and 27. The venue for this is confirmed and they will take place in HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala. The timetable has been confirmed by both the UPCA and the HPCA.

“We have no idea whether it’s a day-night test. All we know is that it will take place from March 12 to March 16, “The KSCA is waiting for a formal message from the BCCI, according to a KSCA official and reported by cricbuzz.

The series would have opened with a Test in Bangalore, followed by another Test and a T20I in Mohali, and the last two T20Is in Dharamsala and Lucknow, according to the original schedule. Chetan Sharma-led committee will hold a meeting whose date is not decided yet. Rohit Sharma is expected to be named the Test captain, making him India’s leader across both formats.