What will be the strategy of team India against England in pink ball test match, Cheteshwar Pujara told this

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2021-02-21 13:18:53 IST

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Talking about the pitch, Pujara said that this pitch looks good to him but this may change as there are few days left for the Test match to begin and it is not easy to say anything about the pink ball.

After winning the second Test match against England by 317 runs, the Indian team is now preparing for the third Test match to be held in Ahmedabad. The third Test will be Day-Night which will be played with Pink Ball and Team India will take the field with a different strategy. For India, this match is going to be very important from the point of view of winning the Test series and reaching the final of the World Test Championship. At the same time, the England team will be desperate to retaliate under the leadership of Joe Root. 

Now before the Pink Ball Test match, Team India batsman Cheteshwar Pujara said, "It is a little difficult to guess or say in advance how much SG ball will swing in this test match played in milky light. Team India has played only two day-night matches so far and this team does not have much experience of playing with pink ball. Pujara said, I'm not sure how much the ball will swing in the third Test match. It may be that the ball swings more in the beginning, but as the match progresses they do not swing much. However, we cannot say anything about the pink ball and it is difficult to predict. "

Talking about the pitch for the third Test match, he said, "This pitch looks good to him, but this may change as there are days left for the Test to start. It will be a different match with the red ball, but it is not easy to say anything about the pink ball because you think something and it leads to something else. At the same time, he said that, as a batsman, I will try to keep my things easy while not worrying about the pitch. I too do not have much experience of playing with pink ball and as such only one match is played day-night in the middle of the Test series, then the experience hardly matters."

Let us tell you that the third Test match between India and England will be played from February 14 at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. 

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