Virat Kohli will eye his maiden ICC trophy as the captain of Team India when they take on New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship in Southampton, from June 18. The Chetan Sharma-led selection committee named as many as 10 bowling options for the UK tour, which will see Kohli facing the problem of plenty.In the pace department, India have as many as 6 options. For now, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami look automatic selection as they have ample experience and they have shone in the previous England tour in 2018.The conditions in England could also see India playing 4 frontline pacers. While Mohammed Siraj has an edge over others, former selector Sandeep Singh wants India to play Sharul Thakur ahead of him.Speaking to PTI, Sarandeep reasoned that Shardul can also be handy with the bat in the lower order. Shardul, who played the 4th Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2020/21 against Australia, had scored 67 off 115. He walked in to bat with India reeling at 186/6 and stitched a crucial 123-run partnership with Washington Sundar. If India look for all-round option, then Shardul might have a lead over Siraj.“If conditions are overcast, then you can play an extra fast bowler after Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami. My pick would be Shardul though Siraj has also done very well,” Sarandeep told PTI.“You will need batting options in the lower order and Shardul gives you that. The ball will do a bit at Southampton and Shardul is good at swinging the ball. He has years of experience in domestic cricket and has a very sharp cricketing mind. If a fourth pacer is picked, then Jadeja unfortunately will have to sit out. Ashwin should play as there are quite a few left-handers in the New Zealand side.”India will also have to face the problem of plenty in the spin department as all 4 spinners, - R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel and Washington Sundar, can also contribute with the bat. Ashwin played 4 Tests on the previous England tour while Jadeja only got one chance after the former was ruled out.Following the WTC final, India will also play 5 Test matches against England, from August 4 to September 14.