The experience of the Indian team regarding the Pink Ball Test match is mixed. The Indian team played their first day-night Test against Bangladesh in Kolkata in which they won. After this, the team played Test in Adelaide on the tour of Australia last year, where the result was against them.
The third Test match of the Test series between India and England will be played at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad from Wednesday. The match will be day-night and will be played with pink ball. The Indian team’s last day-night Test match was on tour to Australia. In that match played in Adelaide, the Indian team was all out for just 36 runs in the second innings. England captain Joe Root has reminded the Indian team of this. However, Wasim Jafar has given a befitting reply to this matter of the root.
ESPA Cricinfo tweeted what he said from Joe Root’s press conference in which he was saying that our focus would be on the fact that the Indian team was all out at 36. He said that this thing was going on somewhere in the mind of the Indian team. To this, Jaffer responded and tweeted, “The last time England played in a day-night Test match, their score was 27 for 9 wickets and the entire team was all out for 58 against New Zealand. I’m just telling.
The first two matches of the series between India and England were played in Chennai. England won the first match of the series, but India equalized by winning by 317 runs in the second match. New Zealand have already reached the final and this series is very important for the ICC Test Championship.