Oz players want to limit day-night Tests

2016-04-29 11:22
Cricket Australia

Sydney - Cricket Australia's plan to stage two day-night Tests next season hit another hitch on Friday when the players' association sought a limit of one.

The initial schedule proposed the third Test between Australia and South Africa in November at Adelaide - the venue for the only previous pink-ball Test - and the series-opener against Pakistan in Brisbane in December be day-night matches.

South African players and officials have so far resisted the idea, although Pakistan has committed to playing its day-night match.

Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive Alistair Nicholson says "The feedback we are receiving from our playing group is that there still remain concerns over day-night Tests."

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