Day-Night Test Match is Permitted by BCCI President Sourav Ganguly

BCCI, under new president Sourav Ganguly, made a proposition for the second Test of the up and coming two-Test series to be a pink-ball and expressed that India skipper Virat Kohli. The BCB holding back to get an affirmation from the players and the group the board.

BCCI President said “This is the beginning of something special in Indian cricket”. “It is a need for the recently chosen Office Bearers and individuals from Apex Council to take Indian cricket forward. For me, as previous Captain of India and as the present President of BCCI, Test cricket is of most extreme need and we at BCCI will investigate every possibility to take this arrangement back to its feet.

He included “In this effort of ours, Day-Night Test cricket is a huge step forward and we believe it will bring back the crowd into stadiums and a whole lot of young children to the sport. I am extremely honoured that the Eden Gardens will host the inaugural Day-Night Test match and the Cricket Association of Bengal will create a spectacle for everyone to watch. I thank the Bangladesh Cricket Board President Mr. Nazmul Hassan and his team for accepting our request on such a short notice. I also thank India Captain Mr. Virat Kohli for his co-operation”.

The two India and Bangladesh will have only two days of arrangement between the Indore and the Kolkata Tests to adapt against the pink ball.

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