Virat Kohli
A photo from Virat Kohli's career

Virat Kohli has scored 1,979 runs against Australia in 24 Tests, at an average of 48.26. This includes eight hundred and five fifty-plus scores. He had a high of 186.

India and Australia will soon face off in the final of the World Test Championship, and both teams are prepared for the showdown. Since Virat Kohli has lately surged back to form after a lean stretch, the Rohit Sharma-led side will be counting heavily on him for a strong inning. In the fourth Test for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia in March, the 34-year-old Virat, who had been struggling to amass runs, hammered his long-awaited 28th Test century.

During the 2014 and 2021 Test series against England, Kohli battled against the likes of James Anderson and Stuart Broad, according to former Australia captain Greg Chappell, who commented on the playing conditions at The Oval.

“Anderson, Broad, and the rest of the English bowlers asked a lot of questions of Virat Kohli in England in 2014 and 2021. In favorable conditions for bowling, they hit him with several terrific lines and lengths. They played with more confidence while bowling to him since they knew he was the best. It would be a mistake to assume or state that the Australians can do the same from the first ball. Chappell claimed on the show “Backstage with Boria Majumdar” that the English are the world experts on their own conditions.

The Australians are a team that Virat enjoys batting against. We saw this firsthand in Oz. His track record shows just how competent he is. He’s always up for a challenge and never backs down from a fight. From what I’ve seen, Virat will thrive on the Oval’s bounce. You assured me the weather has been fine and dry thus far. If it stays dry for a while, the Oval will be as near as England gets to an Australian wicket. This is just what Virat needs. If he is intellectually engaged, as I suggested earlier, I believe he can help India score runs. He’s a great player and he can make a big difference,” he said.

Virat has scored 1,979 runs in 24 Tests against Australia, with an average of 48.26, including eight centuries and five fifties. He had a high of 186.

Virat has played 92 matches across all formats against Australia, scoring 4,945 runs at a 50.97 run average. He had a high of 186. Against Australians, he has batted 16 hundred and 24 fifties.

Given his current form, he will undoubtedly play a significant role for India in the WTC final.

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