Our fast bowlers will be raring to play Pink ball Test in Australia: Cheteshwar Pujara: India Check specialist Cheteshwar Pujara feels that Indian pacers can be raring to have a go along with the pink ball through the Day-night Check scheduled on Australia tour later this 12 months.

Our fast bowlers will be raring to play Pink ball Test in Australia: Cheteshwar Pujara

India are slated to tour Australia for a gruelling 4 Check match collection, set to be start on the Gabba in Brisbane from December 3. The second Check can be a Day and Night time affair, to be hosted by the Adelaide Oval.

“(Jasprit) Bumrah, (Mohammed) Shami and Ishant (Sharma) have already got expertise of enjoying with the pink ball. I’m certain all of them are desperate to play with it, they will need to have loved rather a lot within the Eden Gardens Check. Bowling with the pink ball in Australian circumstances I’m certain can be an excellent feeling for all our quick bowlers,” stated Pujara on Sony Ten Pit Cease which was aired on the community’s Fb web page.

Pujara additionally admitted that enjoying Day and Night time Checks is an altogether completely different problem for the batsman because the tempo and visibility of the pink ball may be very completely different from conventional crimson ball.

“To start with, to discuss the Day and Night time Check or (to play) with the pink ball, I feel it’s completely different from what we’re used to with the crimson ball,” Pujara stated on the ‘Sony Ten Pit Cease’ present.

“Though it’s nonetheless the identical format, however the (pink) ball’s tempo and visibility may be very completely different. As a batsman it’s worthwhile to get used to it,” he stated. Pujara, who has performed 77 Checks, stated that for any youthful participant, who’s used to enjoying with the SG crimson ball, enjoying with the Pink Ball, can be a problem.

“It will not be very straightforward, as a result of it’s worthwhile to have such internet periods. To try this on the home degree, it’s not straightforward. If any upcoming participant is coming, he’s used to enjoying with the SG crimson ball in Ranji Trophy, so while you play him for India, he’s prepared for this format.

“As a result of be it the Kokaburra crimson ball or pink ball… and if you’re enjoying in Australia, it is among the greatest pitches to bat on,” added Pujara, who had performed a key function in India’s win in Australia in 2018.


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