Virat Kohli has captained India for a record-breaking 61st time after India took the field to face New Zealand in the World Test Championship final being played in Southampton.
Former skipper MS Dhoni captained India in a then-record 60 Test matches. Behind him are Sri Lanka's Arjuna Ranatunga and Pakistan's Misbah-ul-Haq with 56 Tests each as captain. Clive Llyod has the most appearance in Tests as a captain with 109 games.
Kohli also boasts the best win-rate (36/60) of any man to captain India on more than five occasions.
Kohli also became the first player in world cricket to feature in ICC tournament finals in all three formats.
He appeared in the 2011 50-over World Cup final where India had defeated Sri Lanka in Mumbai to claim their second trophy. Three years later, Sri Lanka had avenged their defeat to India with a victory in the World T20 final which featured Kohli in the Indian side. He completes the record with his appearance in the WTC final.
India have opted to play three pace bowlers and one specialist spinner against New Zealand as they bid to become the world champions in Test cricket.
Meanwhile, New Zealand have won the toss and opted to field first. Team India has opted for two spinners in the game, whereas looking at overcast conditions, New Zealand has not included any spinners it the all important final.
Tom Latham - Wicketkeeper batter
Devon Conway - Top order batter
Kane Williamson (c) - Top order batter
Ross Taylor - Middle order batter
Henry Nicholls - Top order batter
BJ Watling † - Wicketkeeper batter
Colin de Grandhomme - Allrounder
Tim Southee – Medium pace bowler
Kyle Jamieson – Fast Medium pace bowler
Neil Wagner – Fast bowler
Trent Boult – Fast bowler
Rohit Sharma - Top order batter
Shubman Gill - Opening batter
Cheteshwar Pujara - Top order batter
Virat Kohli (c) - Top order batter
Ajinkya Rahane - Top order batter
Rishabh Pant † Wicketkeeper batter
Ravindra Jadeja – Spin bowling allrounder
Ravichandran Ashwin – Spin bowling allrounder
Ishant Sharma - medium fast bowler
Mohammed Shami – Medium fast bowler
Jasprit Bumrah - Fast bowler