Australian star batsman Steve Smith has said that the experience of playing more test with pink ball than India, Australia in the day-night Test match between the two countries in December ' A little profit '. But the team led by Virat Kohli has batsmen who can face this challenge.
Cricket Australia confirmed last week that India would come to Australia for a full tour of four Tests, three ODIs and three T20 Internationals. The second Test will be played in the floodlight, which will begin on 11 December in Adelaide. In the Facebook session of Sony Sports India, Australia's star batsman Smith said, “We have played more day-night Tests than India which might be a win-win situation.”
He said, 'India played very well in the day and night Test in Kolkata. It was a different match but definitely they have batsmen who can face tough situations with pink ball and their bowlers are level. The star batsman said, “They are world-class batsmen, who are capable of adjusting to any situation, so I expect a very exciting match.”
India will play the T20 International series against Australia from 11 October and will then field to defend the Border-Gavaskar trophy. The Test series will begin in Gaba, where Australia's record is impressive. Smith said, 'Our record in Gaba (Brisbane) is good against anyone. He is like a stronghold for us. We want to play the first Test there for a long time.