Former Indian team captain and BCCI President Sourav Ganguly decide Day-Night Test against India vs Sri Lanka in this city.
Test series of 2 matches and three 3-match T20I series will be played between India and Sri Lanka during February and March.
2 Test matches between India and Sri Lanka will be played in Mohali and Bengaluru while the venue of the T20I series is yet to be decided.
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has confirmed today that a Day-Night Test match will be played between India and Sri Lanka in Bengaluru.
Day-Night Test match will be played in Bangalore
For World Test Championship, the Test series between India and Sri Lanka is to be played in Mohali and Bangalore.
Team India has played 2 Pink Ball Test matches in India, one at Eden Gardens in Kolkata and the other at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
So far India will win both the pink ball test matches played at home.
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has said today that the third Pink Ball Test match in India will be played against Sri Lanka in Bengaluru.
Sourav Ganguly told Sportstar that
“Yes, the pink ball test will be held in Bengaluru. We haven’t decided on all the venues for the Sri Lanka series yet, but that will be announced soon.”
On Feb 20, India’s home white ball series with the West Indies will start.
On 25 Feb India will play Sri Lanka in the first Day-Night Test match in a span of only 5 days.
T20I series of 3 matches will be played between the two teams from March 13.
The President of BCCI says that soon all the venues of the series to be played against Sri Lanka will be announced.
Sri Lanka don’t want Day-Night test match
In the report of Times of India Sri Lanka cricket board want to change the schedule of the series they want the T20 series before the test series.
The Sri Lanka Cricket Board wants this because it will make it easier for players to move from one bio bubble to another.
Right now test captain of the team is not announced because now Virat Kohli is not the captain of the team.
In ODI and T20 format Rohit Sharma is captain of Men in blue, but till now no one is captain of Test cricket.