India denies playing Day-Night Test, Cricket Australia has done already

India denies playing Day-Night Test, Cricket Australia has done already


India denies playing Day-Night Test, Cricket Australia has done already

India denies playing Day-Night Test, Cricket Australia has done already
BCCI's acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary wrote to the CA and said that India is not ready to play a match with a pink ball.


Melbourne, PTI Cricket Australia (CA) on Tuesday confirmed that the Test match will not be day-night in Adelaide against India at the end of this year, because the BCCI is not ready to play with a pink ball.

India denies playing Day-Night Test, Cricket Australia has done already


According to the ICC, it is necessary to have 'Guest board's consent' in the event of a Day-Night Test match. BCCI's acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary wrote to the CA and said that India is not ready to play the pink ball yet and will give priority to playing the Adelaide Test with a traditional red ball.

A CA spokesman said, "We confirm that we have told the Indian Board that he is not ready to play in the proposed Day-Night Test match in Adelaide this summer. We know that some fans of Adelaide may be disappointed by this. We know how popular the Adelaide Test is and we are ready to host India in December.


Adelaide Test against India will now be played in the day: Cricket Australia


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India denies playing Day-Night Test, Cricket Australia has done already



We are committed to hosting at least one day-night test in the summer to advance Test cricket and we are excited about the De-Knight Test match in Sri Lanka against Grenada in January. " He has played four Day-Night Test matches on his own and has won all of them. It also includes the historic first day-night test match which he played against New Zealand in Adelaide in 2015.
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