After profitable the primary Pink Ball Test on the historic Eden Gardens in Kolkata in opposition to Bangladesh, the Indian crew is now able to make Day-Night format part of their annual calendar. BCCI President and former captain Sourav Ganguly himself has confirmed this.
After the assembly of the board's Apex Committee on Sunday, the previous cricketer mentioned in a press release to the Times of India, "The official announcement might be made quickly however now we have determined to play the day-night check in Australia. <! –
We will even play a day-night Test in opposition to England at house in February subsequent 12 months. The day-night check might be performed usually any more. "
Former captain Ganguly has an necessary position in selling the day-night check in India. It was solely after Ganguly took over as president that Team India captain Virat Kohli agreed to play the day-night check.
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Before that, Captain Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri rejected Cricket Australia's proposal to play a day-night check on the tour of Australia final 12 months. But now on the tour of Australia to be held on the finish of 2020, the Indian crew will play a pink ball check within the four-match sequence. Although CA had proposed two day-night Test matches to the BCCI, however in response to Ganguly, 'two matches in 4 might be extra'.
After taking part in his second Pink Ball Test on Australia tour, he’ll play the third Pink Ball Test in opposition to England at house. According to the report, the match will be held on the new Sardar Patel Stadium, which is ready in Ahmedabad.