The third Test of the four-Test series between India and England will be played at Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad from February 24. It is the first international match to be held in the world’s largest cricket ground. This is the first time India and England will play a day-night Test match with Pink Ball. India’s record with the pink ball so far is not very special and the match is considered very important from the outcome of the series. Meanwhile, Ishant Sharma has responded to the challenges bowlers face in daytime testing.
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Asked at a virtual press conference whether Indian bowlers use short ball techniques at sunset, he said, “Once we get on the field, we will know about it because it has been updated and I cannot say anything now. We don’t know how we deal with these things, there is dew. Heavy, fast bowlers or spinners. ‘
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During the day and night testing, Ishant said the match could be changed within the session. He said, ‘The game can change during the session and every bowler has to play the session responsibly, do you know that the ball starts to rotate from scratch? It is not known that spinners only assist in the first two sessions, but when there is dew in the milky light, the ball does not swing, it comes fast and comes off the bat easily. Spinners are no longer in the game, they are fast bowlers, so it depends on the situation and how the ball and wicket behave at the moment.