Kohli's 100th Test  to welcome spectators in Mohali with 50% capacity

The first Test between India and Sri Lanka scheduled to be played in Mohali from March 4 will not be held behind closed doors as initially planned, BCCI secretary Jay Shah confirmed

The match will be former India captain Virat Kohli's 100th Test for India. He will become just the 12th Indian to the landmark, having made his debut back in 2011

The decision to allow spectators into the ground is one taken by the State Cricketing Associations and in the present circumstances, is based on various factors.

Vice-Captain Jasprit Bumrah in a pre-match press conference said, Team India wants to give Kohli fitting present with victory

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To strengthen Indian batting line-up Rishabh Pant and Virat Kohli will return to the Test setup after being rested for the T20I series

KL Rahul and Washington Sundar are yet to fully recover and were not available for selection for the Sri Lanka series.

India will play the second and final Test of the series in Bangalore from March 12 where 50 per cent of crowds are being permitted