Mumbai. Top Indian cricketers are relied upon to play with the pink ball in Duleep Trophy, as India has joined the detachment of the Test-playing countries that want to play day-night matches. To set themselves up well, BCCI President Anurag Thakur affirmed that top Indian cricketers will play in the Duleep Trophy which will be played with a pink ball. This puts a conclusion to the theories around a smaller than usual IPL being facilitated later in the year arrived at an end as of late. The activity will choose the eventual fate of pink ball cricket in India, remembering the India's Test match against New Zealand in the month of October. Not just that it will likewise give Indian players some significant practice with the pink ball. Thakur educated about the accessibility of players, as well as focused on the criticism viewpoint that will help the board see better about what players feel when playing with a pink ball.
Thakur said, "All players will play Duleep Trophy; that is the reason we have gone for day-night household cricket for first time. We need to know how the player feels, how the dew conditions will be. With top players playing we will get a decent criticism."
The Duleep Trophy with the activity of pink ball cricket may very well recover its lost quality as it was likewise crossed out last season because of a bustling timetable and some inner clashes inside the BCCI. The BCCI had in spite of the fact that guaranteed then that the competition will be back, the first-ever Day-Night Test amongst Australia and New Zealand and the accomplishment of it, maybe, was the sparkle that BCCI was searching for.
The BCCI, will watch out for how things go when the Duleep Trophy gets in progress as a dress practice for India before the Test against New Zealand. Thakur said, "We will come to realize what focal points and impediments are of playing with pink ball. Before bouncing straight away in Tests cricket these top Indian players will play it in Duleep Trophy. We will ensure that top cricketers partake in Duleep Trophy," Thakur said.