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Virat Kohli to bat at No. 4 in World Cup??Chief selector MSK?Prasad gives his opinion on crucial middle order slot

DNA Monday, 18 February 2019
With the return of Virat Kohli, the question doing the rounds is, on which position will the Indian skipper be sent in for batting at the upcoming 2019 World Cup? With head coach Ravi Shastri commenting that Kohli can play at No. 4 position, MSK Prasad has also agreed with the decision and called the idea a 'wonderful thought'.
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