Rajkumar Sharma, Virat Kohli's former coach, is hoping for a strong comeback performance against England.

The fifth Test of the series against England has been rescheduled after a COVID-19 outbreak in 2021 . The fifth Test of the series was postponed at the last minute .

INDIA — Former India captain Virat Kohlis' childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma said that the former India captain will have a great inning in the last and final Test match against England.The fifth Test of India's 2021 series has been rescheduled in England, with the visitors leading by 2-1.Following a COVID-19 outbreak in 2021, the fifth Test was postponed at the last minute.Before the Test series was rescheduled, Virat Kohli was in good shape against England.

Rajkumar Sharma told ANI that he wants to break a century and bring an end to everyone's apprehension.Virat Kohli will return to action this time in the Test match against England, according to Sharma, and I am hoping he will return with a bang.There is no health warning for Indian players playing in England's fifth and final Test of the series currently, which warns them to practice with minimal intensity due to fears of COVID-19.There is no such thing as medical advice to play with the low intensity.

Sharma continued, We left the captaincy on his own because he wanted to enjoy his cricket.He hopes to concentrate more on his batting by relaxing a bit.I'm certain that his technique would pay off in the future.Sharma said about the upcoming Test match against England, Look, this test match is going to be a bit difficult.

Our squad is also strong, and the Indian teams' morale is also high right now because we are leading the series.I am hopeful that India will do better and win this series.After arriving in London for the tour, Team India began preparations for the match on Friday.Starting on July 1, India will lock horns with England in the rescheduled fifth Test at Old Trafford.