Virat Kohli can achieve an average of 50 again in Tests, read how many innings needed

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Virat Kohli’s Test Average: Indian batsman Virat Kohli appeared in action through the final of the recently played World Test Championship. Now Kohli will be seen playing again in the 2 Test series to be played against West Indies from 12th July. Through this series, Virat Kohli can once again achieve a batting average of 50 in Test cricket. At present, Kohli’s test batting average is 48.72.

Till some time ago, Virat Kohli’s batting average was above 50 in all the three formats, but due to his declining form in Test cricket, his average has come down to 50. At the same time, through the 2-match Test series against the West Indies, Kohli can once again achieve an average of 50 in Test cricket. He will have to score 421 runs in the next four Test innings to bring his Test batting average up to 50.

That is, if Kohli scores 421 runs while batting in all innings of both the Test matches against the West Indies, his Test average will once again reach 50. Kohli has been looking like a test cricket flop for some time now. In the recently played WTC final against Australia, he scored 14 and 49 runs in both the innings respectively.

Scored only one Test century from 2020 to 2023

Virat Kohli has scored 28 centuries in his Test career. Out of this, he had scored 27 centuries till 2019. After this, from 2020 till now, only 1 Test century has come out of his bat. He scored this century in the Border Gavaskar Trophy played in February-March this year.

Kohli has so far played 109 Test matches in his career. Batting in 185 innings of these matches, he has scored 8479 runs. In Tests, Kohli has also scored 28 half-centuries along with 28 centuries.

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