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New Delhi: Indian head coach Rahul Dravid will address the media at a virtual press conference ahead of the second test in Johannesburg. Dravid may have to face some tough questions about whether to play XI for the second test. There is speculation that Cheteshwar Pujara who has not been in great shape could be dropped to make way for fit Hanuma Vihari.Read also – Will Cheteshwar Pujara be released in Johannesburg? Things coach Rahul Dravid might answer at a press conference

On the other hand, there could be questions about the roster of four fast bowlers for the second test, as Johannesburg is the lane that is heaven for hostile fast bowling. Ravichandran Ashwin may be absent for the next test, but it will be a tough call given the spinner’s form off in 2021. Ishant Sharma or Umesh Yadav may be drafted in the game XI given the pace and scope. from the Johannesburg counter. Also read – India set to play XI for 2nd test against South Africa at Wanderers, Johannesburg: Rahul Dravid-Virat Kohli can’t tinker with winning combo

Here are all the details on when and where to watch Dravid’s press conference. All the details to come: Also Read – WATCH: Virat Kohli & Rahul Dravid hit the dance floor after landmark Centurion win, video goes viral

At what time will the press conference start?

The press conference is scheduled to start at 3:30 p.m. IST.

Where will the press conference take place?

The press conference will take place in a virtual environment and Dravid will address it from Johannesburg.

Where will the live broadcast of the press conference take place?

The press conference can be watched live only on BCCI.tv

The Johannesburg test will be a test for Indian and South African hitters as cloudy conditions are expected during the day. This could add to the misery of South Africa which is already down 1-0 at the Freedom Trophy. Former players Hashim Amla and Alviro Petersen have suggested Proteas can bounce back, however, it won’t be an easy task.

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