The third Test of the four-Test series between India and England will be played on February 24 at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. This is the first time India and England will play against the pink ball against each other for the day-night test. In the second Test, Team India humiliated England by 317 runs. With the victory at Chennai Ground, India have kept their hopes of reaching the final of the World Test Championship. Meanwhile, opener Rohit Sharma has said what the team needs to do to reach the WTC final.
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Speaking at an online press conference, Rohit said, “Yes, we want to qualify. We want to deliver it to the WTC final but we have to get a lot of things right to do it. As we play, our focus should be on what we have to do to win. We need to take some small steps before reaching the final. Much more needs to be done for this. It is important that we stay current and focus on our work. “The vice-captain of India’s limited overs team emphasized the importance of dialogue, which is essential to the success of the team.
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Rohit talks about the day-night Test match, batting hard at sunset and there is a lot of attention and caution this time around. He said, ‘I have heard so far from my teammates that it will remain in mind. I played just one pink ball test against Bangladesh, but didn’t get a chance to bat (Godhuli) when the sun was rolling. Of course this can be a bit of a challenge, as the weather and the lights suddenly change. You need to be extra cautious and focused, speak for yourself. All batsmen are aware of this kind of challenge.