"Can't wait to get back onto the field now. Almost there. 14th April," Kohli posted on his Instagram account.
The 28-year-old batsman was sidelined due to a injury on his right shoulder, which he suffered during the third Test of the India-Australia series.
Having lost two of their three games, RCB will now be looking up to Kohli to provide some boost ahead of an important fixture.
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