Game changer?

After his hundred at Perth this year, Kohli improved his away Test average to 28 from 16. At this crucial stage of his career, he can do without the additional burden of shepherding an inadequate bowling unit and an uncertain batting lineup. Teams in transition go through long slumps and it is a no-brainer that Dhoni, with his past highs and his Zen-like calm, is more equipped to deal with reverses. Kohli's time will come but it isn't when India plays Australia early next year.

sandeep.dwivedi@expressindia.com

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