It has been one of the longest home seasons for Team India. They have played 12 Tests, 8 ODIs and 3 T20Is till now in the 2016/17 home season. And there is one Test still to go at Dharamsala. The home season started from the Kanpur Test against New Zealand in 2016 and will end at the Dharamsala Test against Australia.
Virat Kohli, the Indian skipper, has clocked 65 days of cricket in the current home season, the most by any player from Team India. It speaks volume of Kohli fitness, form and commitment. Kohli’s attendance during the current home season is 100 percent. He has not missed a single match yet.
The next Indian cricketer with most number of playing days is R Ashwin, who has played 57 days out of total 65. Ravindra Jadeja too has played 57 days of cricket. Fast bowler Umesh Yadav is the next bet with 56 days of cricket, speaking volume of his fitness.