History is set to be witnessed in Kolkata as India will play their first-ever Day-Night Test against Bangladesh in the 2nd and final match of the series. The clash will commence on November 22 and is scheduled to start at 1:00 pm (Indian Standard Time). The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) led by BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, is trying its best to gather a full house in Eden Gardens by offering the match tickets ranging from Rs 50 to Rs 150. Eden Gardens is the largest cricket stadium in India and has the capacity to gather almost 68,000 people at once. Bangladesh vs India Day-Night Test 2019: After 11 Matches Across 6 Countries, Sourav Ganguly Finally Turns India to Pink.
Several Indian cricket fans are excited to witness the historic Test match and with this sort of offer, one can expect a big crowd in the Test match. The dew factor is expected to play a huge part in the match as the Kolkata ground tends to get moist in the evening which can a great impact on the match. It will also be interesting to see how the pink ball will behave in the Indian conditions. Overall, this clash will be the seventh Day-Night Test match and both the side will leave no stones unturned to register a victory. IND vs BAN Day-Night Test: Sourav Ganguly Says 'D/N Tests a Huge Step Forward to Develop the Game'.
The first D/N Test match was played between New Zealand and New Zealand in Adelaide in 2015. After that, England, South Africa, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and West Indies also made their pink-ball debut. With the climate conditions getting worsened by each passing day, many cricket experts and pundits also regard this new version of the game as the future of Test matches. Nevertheless, both India and Bangladesh will h seek to register a thumping victory in their debut Day/Night Test. The Virat Kohli-led side are at the pinnacle of the Test match rankings and are also the firm favourites to win the encounter. On the other hand, the Bangla Tigers have shown great improvement in recent times and will eye to cause an upset.