After a long wait, the Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI) hoped that perhaps in the last few months of this Indian team can host a Day-Night Test match for the first time. Let us tell you that the discussion of organizing de-night cricket in India was being discussed for a long time. After this, a big statement came from the BCCI side today.
Day-night test match may happen in October
Briefing about the incident, General Manager of Cricket Proposal Syed Saba Kareem said that the board is in favor of organizing a day-night test match in India. He said this while giving examples of Australia and South Africa, who previously organized the day-night test.
The former wicketkeeper batsman said that,
“In the October of this year, when the West Indies team comes to India to play 3 Test matches, 5 ODIs and one T20 matches, then perhaps the first day-night test match can be seen.”
Speaking to the Times of India. Saba Karim said that there is a strong reason behind organizing the Day-Night Test in India.
he said that,
“If you look globally. The rest of the world have organized the Day-Night Test matches very well and they have also seen very good results. There they have also seen a lot of audience. ”
Former cricketer Saba Karim said that,
“I am confident that ICC will also meet with all the cricket boards of the world very soon and will work on new systems to save Test cricket. Of them, the Day-Night Test match will be a great advice.”
We have seen in other countries as examples that the De-Knight Test has been successful. To see the day-night test, the number of viewers on the field has been high.
Saba Karim, who is serving as BCCI General Manager, said,
“Pink Ball will be used to play Day-Night Test. Because the red ball looks a bit brown in the night, which seems to be similar to the color of the pitch at night. At the same time white ball is used in one-day matches then it can not be a choice. So Pink is the option to use pink ball in the Day-Night Test. ”
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