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KL Rahul Press Conference: Indian vice-captain set to address the media ahead of IND vs SA series – Team India will return to action this weekend when they take on South Africa in the Boxing Day Test match at Centurion. Virat Kohli and Co made the trip down to the Rainbow Nation last week and have been intensely preparing for the series, while off-field conflicts continue to dominate headlines. And KL Rahul, appointed vice-captain for the South Africa series, will face the brunt of those questions when he addresses the media on Friday in his press conference ahead of the IND vs SA 1st Test. Follow Insidesport.in for all KL Rahul Press Conference LIVE Updates. 

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KL Rahul Press Conference: Indian vice-captain set to address the media ahead of IND vs SA series – Follow LIVE Updates

KL Rahul will be addressing the media and taking their questions in his pre-match press conference ahead of the IND vs SA 1st Test. Having been promoted to vice captain in the absence of Rohit Sharma, Rahul is likely to give player fitness updates while field questions on the team’s form and atmosphere.

It’s been a whirlwind few months for the Karnataka opener, who returned to the scheme of things in England earlier this year in the longest format of the game, and now will be the deputy to Virat Kohli against South Africa.

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KL Rahul Press Conference: Indian vice-captain set to address the media ahead of IND vs SA series – Follow LIVE Updates

Along with Rohit Sharma, the Indian team will also be missing the services of all-rounders Ravindra Jadeja and Axar Patel, severely depleting the balance of the side. It remains to be seen how Virat Kohli and Co. counter that, especially on pacy tracks in South Africa.

India have never won a Test series in South Africa previously, failing to do so in seven previous attempts. Kohli however has led India to a win in Johannesburg back in 2018 and will hope to better that showing and clinch a record-breaking series

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