Kohli said - one place is still empty for the last 11 of the World Cup.

Kohli said - one place is still empty for the last 11 of the World Cup.
Virat Kohli
After losing the one-day series against Australia, Virat Kohli, India's captain, clarified that he has almost final -11 players for the World Cup. Australia defeated India by 35 runs in the fifth and final match to get their name from Series 3-2. Kohli said after the match, "Playing XI is almost certain for the World Cup and according to the circumstances, there can be one or two shifts in it."

Prior to the series against Australia, Kohli had said that the team that is going to the World Cup has to fill two places, but after the series, he said that now only one place has to be discussed. The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be on 30 May. This time it is the responsibility of hosting England and Wales.

The fourth position in batting and the second wicketkeeper in the team is confused, but the Indian captain said that it has been 'settled'.

Kohli said at the award distribution ceremony after the match, "We have almost designed the team outline. Now it is about the player to tell about their responsibility and expect them to perform well. We are not absolutely confused. Perhaps there is only one place which needs discussion. '

Kohli said, 'Honestly, none of us are disappointed with the players, nor have any kind of regrets. We have not taken any decisions right, we have to think about it. We are absolutely clear on where we have to go to the World Cup. Our focus is now only to make better decisions. Our team is balanced. '