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Dhoni may captain India in the 1st Test says Shikhar Dhawan

Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has attended a training session at the Adelaide Oval and He didn't show any sign of discomfort about his right thumb injury. Dhoni was suffering from a thumb injury and was suggested to take over from the second Test onwards which was originally scheduled to start from December 12. But due to the rescheduling of the start of the series from December 4 to December 9 at Adelaide after the death of Hughes, regular captain could make into the final playing XI. Shikhar Dhawan also hinted that stand-in skipper Virat Kohli will have to wait a little more to lead the side given that Dhoni has arrived in time for the opening Test. "Both are aggressive captains. But there is a certain difference. Kohli is a lot more charged up on the field than Dhoni. It is enjoyable playing under both of them. It might be a longer wait for Kohli to lead India in Test cricket since Dhoni is here now," Dhawan said.


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