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Virat Kohli states, No Team to go as favourites in World Cup | Oneindia News

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Virat Kohli states, No Team to go as favourites in World Cup | Oneindia News

Virat Kohli states, No Team to go as favourites in World Cup | Oneindia News

India lost series against Australia by 3-2, India Skipper said : I don't think any one team starts as favourites in the World Cup.

Virat Kohli also states, Team India is almost decided and slight changes will be made if required.

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