Leading body Of Control for Cricket In India (BCCI) President Anurag Thakur on Wednesday said that the national cricket board is in no rush to have a day-night Test match in the nation. The BCCI has as of now began its investigation with the pink ball in the continuous Duleep Trophy competition which is as of now being played under lights at the Greater Noida sports complex ground in Greater Noida.
Thakur said that the board will take a choice on the pink ball's reasonableness to Indian conditions after the progressing residential competition gets over. "BCCI is not in a rush to take any choice and will keep completing trials amid the continuous Duleep Trophy," Thakur was cited as saying by espncricinfo. "This is one of the competitions where we are attempting the pink ball.
We'll take the input after the competition is finished. When it is finished, BCCI can accept a bring in future whether pink ball is feasible in Indian conditions or not, whether it will make Test cricket more prevalent," he included. Attesting that the possibility of four-day Tests and two-level Test framework are no answers for get more group for the longest configuration, the 41-year-old called for breaking down the inadequacies for which Test cricket is being disregarded by the crowd.
"On the off chance that you don't have a secure arrangement before you, where is it going to help the round of cricket? I think we ought not in any case (get) into that. It is four day versus five day, it is two-level also." "We ought to break down the deficiencies (of Test cricket). Is it the scarcity of time? The issue is the reason aren't you getting enough group for a Test match? That is the essential issue," Thakur said.