Kohli praises day-night test experiment

2015-11-24 17:13
Virat Kohli (Gallo Images)

Nagpur -  India captain Virat Kohli says the first day-night test between Australia and New Zealand to be played at the Adelaide Oval from Friday is a "landmark".

Kohli said on Tuesday ahead of the third test against South Africa that it might be a step that "we will all remember a few years down the line".

He said that cricketers should be willing to accept changes to increase attendances in test cricket although limited overs games are popular under lights.

The opening test of the four-match series at Mohali saw only a few thousand spectators and crowds are not expected to be high for the Nagpur test.

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