Virat Kohli "Should Be Worried," says Scotland's spinner to India's skipper in the T20 World Cup.

T20 World Cup: Before their Super 12 match, Scotland spinner Mark Watt revealed he has a few preparations for India captain Virat Kohli.
Virat Kohli was player of the tournament in the last T20 World Cup.
1. On November 5, Scotland will face India in a Super 12 match.
2. Mark Watt, a spinner, says he has a few ideas for Virat Kohli.
3. Scotland won Group B and qualified for the T20 World Cup Super 12 stages.

Scotland qualified for the T20 World Cup Super 12 stages after winning Group B in Round 1 of the tournament. They began their campaign with a resounding victory over Bangladesh, followed by victories over Papua New Guinea and Oman. Left-arm spinner Mark Watt, who has three wickets in three games at an economy rate of 5.41, claimed after their win over Oman in the last Group B game that he has some plans for Virat Kohli, adding that the Indian captain "should be frightened" ahead of their match on November 5.

"I've got a lot of ideas for Virat. I'm going to keep them under wraps for the time being, but I believe he should be concerned "According to the ICC, Watt said.

Scotland has been assigned to Group 2 in the Super 12 round, where they will face Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan, and Namibia in addition to India.

The 25-year-old Scotland spinner, speaking about the challenge of bowling against Kohli, Kane Williamson, and Babar Azam, said he wants to test himself against the greatest in the world.

"I mean, isn't that why you play the game in the first place, to play against big names? You want to test yourself against the greatest, and they are unquestionably the best in the world. All of the boys are ecstatic to be able to show off their abilities to the rest of the globe. That is why you want to qualify for the World Cup: to challenge yourself by playing against the finest teams and players in the world "Watt came to a conclusion.