Kohli-led Indian side beat Bangladesh in the historic Pink match to become the only team to record four successive wins by an inning marg...Read More
Kolkata: Visibility may have been one of the talking points in the run-up to the first Day/Night Test in India but BCCI president Sourav ...Read More
Kolkata: Ishant Sharma on Friday said the India pacers had to figure out the right length to bowl with pink ball after not getting any sw...Read More
Actress Rani Mukerji, who was in attendance at the iconic Eden Gardens on the first day of the historic pink ball Test match between Indi...Read More
"All I am hoping is that it will be an exciting game. We have the first four days sold out so that's an encouraging start indeed for the ...Read More
Pink Cherry Feast in the City of Joy: Smooth build-up to the Test has ensured a sellout crowd for first four days, something that has bee...Read More
Kolkata: Security concerns meant the Cricket Association of Bengal cancelled its plan to have Army paratroopers flying into the Eden Gard...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
Wasiullah Khan of SG is an authority on cricket balls, and he knows best how the pink ball will impact the second Test.
Ashwin was asked about the 'Pink Test' and if he is ready to accept the change with open arms.
By FPJ News Service
Indore: As India's first-ever day-night Test edges closer, the excitement is increasing day by day. However, skipper Virat Kohli is aware...Read More
The pink ball swings more than the red one but how it would behave after getting old, especially when dew will be a factor, is keeping In...Read More
Red cherry to start with, focus firmly on pink ball
Indore: The pink ball is going to be a very "different ball game", India vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane asserted on Tuesday, saying its extr...Read More
"It will be really interesting to see how the pink ball behaves under lights. It will be really challenging for us as well because we wil...Read More
By Nikhil Bapat
"It (the Day-Night Test) is a great initiative. The dew factor is a concern, there is no doubt about that.
By FPJ Bureau
Pak ready to take on struggling WI in day-night Test
New Delhi: Pink ball will not be used in Test cricket this home season, said BCCI president Anurag Thakur today. With this statement, Tha...Read More
Greater Noida : An all-round effort from India Red players helped the side thrash India Green by 219 runs in the opening match of the Dul...Read More
Floodlight malfunction grabs attention
Greater Noida : Indian cricket will be taking its first steps into an unknown territory as Yuvraj Singh’s ‘Red’ team take on Suresh Raina...Read More